KINGMAX at COMPUTEX 2016 showed us some pretty interesting stuffs, specifically the AirQ and the Alcohol checker which features built in sensors that could measure the alcohol intake of a person, or the air quality around you. The yet to be named Alcohol checker for example, has a built-in Breath Alcohol Content sensor, enabling this small micro-USB device to check your own alcohol content via breathing around the small drive like a breath analyzer. This is useful if you intend to drive after a night full of party, or if you think you’re not sober enough to drive safely. It is compatible with a smartphone, but you still have to download the app.
The Kingmax AirQ is an air quality checker, allowing you to check the Parts per billion (PPB) of a contaminant, specifically the PM2.5. It’s easy to use, and could be used anywhere provided that you’ve got a smartphone around.
KINGMAX also showed us their ZEUS DDR4 memory kits featuring speeds from 2800MHz, 3000MHz, up to 3200MHz. A single module could be in 4GB, 8GB, and 16GB configuration. The KINGMAX ZEUS DDR4 family are available in Red, Blue, and Gold.
KINGMAX also revealed their latest industrial SSDs at COMPUTEX, with a wide temperature tolerance. That’s all we know about these high capacity SSDs so far. As always, we’d like to thank Image Media for our coverage at COMPUTEX 2016.