The HyperX Predator line from Kingston is fresh on the scene and is hoping to be the choice for many enthusiasts with its competitive pricing.
A team of high school students took first place in the Marine Advanced Technology Education (MATE) Center’s International Remotely Operated Vehicle Competition for the second year in a row. Jesuit High School from Sacramento, California beat university teams by putting in hundreds of hours and $7,300 to create their underwater robot which would have to complete missions based on actual situations from the ocean workplace. Jesuit’s robot, named Predator, painted bright yellow, looks nothing like a fish, nor like a submarine. Ben Byers was the pilot for the odd looking, remote controlled vehicle. All contestants had to collect samples from simulated shipwrecks, inventory invasive species,
At Computex 2014, Kingston had a lot of products to show attendees at their HyperX suite which also featured Kingston’s HOT (HyperX OC Takeover) where overclockers competed for a share of $10,000 in prize money. The rest of the floor was shared by Kingston’s various new products, some never seen before, and others updated since CES. The main stage was where Kingston would show off these products as well as host their League of Legends competition. We got a private tour of all of the products that Kingston currently has to offer, including the lowdown on how the company is rebranding their HyperX line of