This week’s products come from Cooler Master, Razer, MSI and more.
Kingston has launched the HyperX Savage SSD, the fastest SATA-based SSD in the company’s HyperX portfolio.
It is powered by a quad-core, 8-channel Phison S10 and has read speeds of up to 560MB/s and write speeds of up to 530MB/s.
Back-to-school season is also fast approaching, and HP has revealed its lineup of new products.
The new devices include the HP Pavilion All-in-One PCs, the HP Pavilion Tower, the HP ENVY Tower and the HP ENVY Phoenix Tower.
Cooler Master has also bolstered its Swift-RX mouse pad series with the addition of the Extra Large Swift-RX. It has a size of 900x360mm, features textured microscopic mesh and is priced at £19.99.
Gaming vendor Razer has also unveiled its new digital microphone for streamers.
The Razer Seiren Pro includes a high-pass filter to help remove ambient noises, while its cable allows the microphone to be plugged directly into mixing boards and cameras.
MMD has added a 32-inch QHD model to its display portfolio. The Philips BDM3270QP comes with Flicker-Free technology and MultiView, which allows active dual connect and view.
In addition, MSI has introduced its new lineup of mobile computers. The Prestige series has been designed for business elites and professionals, and are based on quad-core Intel Core i7 processors, as well as Nvidia graphics.
In other products news, Altia Systems has revealed that it will unveil its panoramic video camera at the Microsoft Ignite event.
The camera will be able to deliver human visual perspective and the company says it will break new ground in size, resolution and ease of use.
TomTom has also launched a website and app designed to connect cars to smartphones and tablets. TomTom MyDrive allows users to review traffic information and send destinations to their TomTom Go before they get in the car.