Designer wins grand prize in Kingston competition
Adam, who is from Adelaide, explains: "I figured that since HyperX is a breakthrough in memory technology, it opens new doors to applications and technology that [weren't] possible before. In this case, my idea is a character that is half-human/half-robot and only Kingston can deliver her hybrid memory requirements."
"HyperX is not just RAM but a gladiator which is meant to conquer”
Taiwanese entrant Yu-Wen Huang designed 'Overclocking'.
Max Hsu, who is also from Taiwan, designed 'Premium'.
The winners were announced at this year's Computex show in Taiwan.
"Colour blue symbolises the royalty and nobles…"
Adam Potter's design, titled 'Upgrade', features a girl with a cybernetic arm. Here's the rendered version...
... and here's the real-life version.
Adam faced stiff competition from all over the world. Here is 'Gaming Xerra', designed by Malaysian entrant Sierra Chai. She won the overall prize in the Professional group.
“HyperX is like a racing car, always breaking the record…"
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