Kingston is a well-known computing company, I think a lot of people think of them when it comes to flash drives as there portable usb memory storage devices are among the most popular selling ones. Another product Kingston are quite renowned for selling is RAM ( Random Access Memory ) for those who don't know. An obvious choice for me when I upgraded my computer a few months ago.
The Kingston RAM I purchased was slightly different to described here as here it is described as 2 x 2GB whereas I purchased 3 of them creating a combined 6 GB of memory on my computer. I think this memory is very good value for money considering what you pay for it. It's DDR3 240 pin RAM so ensure that it is compatible with your motherboard before purchasing this item. The Kingston RAM also comes with a lifetime warranty making it appealing as it makes you think it's something that is going to last.
The actual installation of the RAM is pretty simple it's just a matter of taking the existing memory out ( if any is in ) / if you don't have any space take them out however you could leave the existing memory in, then place the sticks into the RAM slot and clip it on using the little plastic devices on the side of the motherboard.
Since having this RAM I have noticed that it performed much better than my old PC's old 1 GB of Kingston memory and I have no issues with lag or anything like that and would definitely recommend this to anyone who may be looking to purchase themselves a RAM upgrade.