The experience that CES and surrounding events truly is cannot always be explained but there is a great deal of work done while attending these events. Such can be seen with Essentially Tech Media’s Kingpin (or rather Queenpin) Karen Tokar at her best networking with HP while at ShowStoppers Las Vegas this week.
Kingston was also at the event showing off their new wares, one of which is the Kingston Data Traveler HyperX Predator, a new USB 3.0 SSD based flash drive that will be available in capacities of 512GB and an incredible 1TB. This is an industry first and was also a total surprise at the event. Performance of the Kingston Data Traveler HyperX Predator is expected to be around 240MB/s read and 160MB/s write and the 512GB version is available right now, withthe 512GB available at around $880 at Amazon right now as shown in the link below:
If the 1TB version is a bit high in capacity and price for you, there are also 32 and 64GB versions capable of 150MB/s read and 70MB/s write performance that might suit your needs a bit more closely.
Yet another interesting release of the event was the Lenovo Horizon which is the worlds first table PC with an overall viewing area of 27″ and full touch screen capabilities. The Horizon uses an Intel Core i7 processor and has a 10 point multi-touch display for multi-player activities as shown here: