The Archive Centre contains the College's own archives but also the papers of a number of important twentieth-century figures, such as the novelist EM Forster, the anthropologist Edmund Leach and the economist John Maynard Keynes (all former members of King's). See the Archive Centre pages.
Turing Computer Room / Library Computer Room
Undergraduates have 24/7 access to computing facilities in the Turing Room as well as a card-operated photocopier. There is also a computer room in the library.
Undergraduate rooms have high-speed internet connections, and there is wi-fi available for King's members in public areas such as the coffee shop and bar.
Further detail: each student room has an Ethernet (RJ45) network socket. Maximum possible throughput via that socket is 100 Mbit/sec both up and down stream. That figure is a theoretical maximum, however - a more normal real life figure on a typical day would be 60-90 Mbit/sec both up and down.
The Graduate Suite is a set of rooms overlooking the main King's courtyard. It includes a study, graduate computer room, and a reading room stocked with journals, as well as coffee and tea making facilities.