Kingston announced the launch of its upcoming NVMe SSD roadmap along with Kingston’s Workflow Station and Readers at the all-digital CES 2021.
By the codename “Ghost Tree” is Kingston’s high performance Gen 4.0 drive. It targeting to speeds of 7000Mbps read and write, stretching PCIe Gen 4.0 x4 8-channel. It offers with capacities ranging from 1TB to 4TB.
The company also introduced a new entry-level NVMe drive by NV-series that uses PCIe Gen 3.0 x4 with capacities up to 2TB.
There’s also Kingston XS2000, a all-new USB 3.2 Gen 2 x 2 external drives with capacities ranging 500GB to 2TB. With the USB Type-C interface, it allows fast data transfers up to 2,000mbps.
Kingston’s Workflow Station and Readers give users the freedom to create and customize a file offload setup that fits their needs allowing them to transfer video, photos, and audio from multiple sources at once1. Whether on a 4K/8K multi-cam shoot with portable audio recorders or filming B-Roll with drones and GoPros, with the customizable Workflow Station Dock you can simultaneously connect the USB miniHub, SD or microSD readers that the shoot requires to transfer footage quickly. Workflow Readers can also be used standalone by connecting to a laptop via the included USB-C® cable giving users the flexibility to have their workflow on-the-go. Whether shooting on location or working back at your desk, Kingston Is With You.
“It’s not just the flexibility of the Workflow Station and its Readers that is sure to aid content creators, but also the speed,” said Kingston. “Workflow Station products support incredible USB 3.2 speeds, which together with Kingston’s high-performance memory cards and USB flash drives get users through the post-production process faster than ever.”