Kingston XS2000 SSD offers 2000MB/s on the go

Posted on Tuesday, Sep 07 2021 @ 21:50 CEST by Thomas De Maesschalck
Kingston has a new high-speed portable storage disk. The XS2000 uses the USB 3.2 Gen 2x2 interface and has a compact 69.54mm x 32.58mm x 13.5mm form factor. It has a metal shell and ships in 500GB, 1TB, and 2TB capacities. The main attraction here are the 2000MB/s read speeds and 2000MB/s write speeds.
Kingston Digital, Inc., the flash memory affiliate of Kingston Technology Company, Inc., a world leader in memory products and technology solutions, today announced it is shipping XS2000, a pocket-sized portable SSD utilizing USB 3.2 Gen 2x2 speeds to deliver next-gen performance in a compact, external on-the-go drive.

XS2000 delivers lightning-fast transfer speeds up to 2,000MB/s1 giving users enhanced productivity with little interruption. XS2000 offers remarkable performance and capacities up to 2TB2 to offload and edit high-res images, 8K videos and large documents in a flash. The drive connects with USB Type-C®3 allowing content creators to easily store and access their files anywhere on a PC or mobile device. At nearly half the size of a typical portable SSD, XS2000 includes a removable ruggedized sleeve and IP55-rating4 to withstand water and dust, making it the perfect companion for on-location adventures whether you go from work to play to passion projects.

“XS2000 is purpose-built with the ultimate combination of high performance and high capacity to keep up with the content demands of consumers around the world,” said Keith Schimmenti, SSD Business Manager, Kingston. “Plus the compact size, similar to a key fob, and added durability make this the ideal drive to keep productivity flowing for the everyday content creator to prosumer and corporate professional.”
Kingston XS2000


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