Kingston Enters Personal Media Player Market with Introduction of K-PEX

Kingston Enters Personal Media Player Market with Introduction of K-PEX news post from TweakTown's online news computing and technology content pages.

| Aug 9, 2006 at 5:32 pm CDT
Kingston have announced today that they've entered the personal media player market with their first model dubbed the "K-PEX". With its highly stylized design and ultra-slim form factor, K-PEX (Kingston Personal Entertainment experience) allows users to watch videos, listen to music, play video games and store/view photographs

It will be available with storage capacities of 1 or 2GB, as well as the addition of a miniSD slot.

For further details, check out Kingston's official PR here.



"K-PEX allows us to leverage our reputation in the memory business while maximizing established relationships with NAND suppliers which ultimately results in a high quality, multi-functional multimedia player for consumers," said Jean Wong, Flash product manager, Kingston. "By adding an expandable card slot to the K-PEX, we offer today's consumer a high quality product with the flexibility to expand media libraries at an affordable price," Wong added.


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