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Friday, March 17, 2006
CeBIT 2006

27. Kingmax

This year, Kingmax presented their latest products, including microSD cards, MCC mobile 4.X engine cards, Super sticks, MMCmicro flash cards and of course, their DDR-DDR II modules.

The Kingmax microSD mobile phone memory comes in two capacities, 256 and 512MB modules. Main advantages of this product among others, are its small size and water and dust resistance.

Several DDR modules were showcased, including DDR modules for Notebooks...

More Micro-DIMM modules were available, like the Venus DDR2-667 module.

The total memory capacity reaches all the way up to 2GB per module even for notebook use...

Kingmax implemented a unique chipset design, providing protection against "cloning" from third party manufacturers...

All the memory modules came in various timings, including the 800MHz 1GB module and 1066 module...

The highlight of the Kingmax booth, was the Super Stick. Measuring only 39mm by 12.4mm by 2.2mm and weighing less than 5g, the Super Stick is by far the smallest and lightest storage product in the world. Suffice it to say, that the people at the Kingmax booth were actually wearing these storage devices, which reach all the way up to 2GB capacity, as earrings. Now, that's small...

With that, we concluded the Kingmax booth coverage where among other things, we saw the world's smallest storage product showcased...

 

 

 

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