HP Buys Games Division from Kingston

Acquisition will go for 425 million dollars and represents an investment of HP in a market

Kingston Technology, the world leader in memory products and technology solutions, has just announced the sale of its games division, HyperX, to Hewlett-Packard. HP will pay about 425 million.

Consequently, the entire portfolio of gaming peripherals, such as headsets and keyboards, created by HyperX will be owned by Hewlett-Packard. The purchase is part of HP’s strategy to increase its pe .

By 2024, the global peripheral market is expected to be worth about $ 12.2 billion, with a fat share of that total representing gaming-specific peripherals. So, the investment .

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