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Kingston Launched SSDNow V Series Drives

February 14th, 2010 · No Comments

Kingston which is one of the world famous data storage brands is now increasingly established itself as an upscale brand with the issuance of their latest series drive. Their new product proudly named as SSDNow V Series drives by Kingston. It is not the best product from Kingston, because it found a shortfall in it. The launch is the second generation of the batches as the front lines drive. You will able to choose your own for the determination of capacity, because Kingston provides several options for the capacity of this drive include: 30GB, 64GB, and 128GB.


These new drives promise a better performance than the previous Kingston SSD generation. Some of the promised increase include, PCMark HDD 2005 scores of between 18,900 and 20,117, and for support increase of used for Windows 7 TRIM, Kingston joined the company’s V + drive, with the hope can help to maintain the speed of the drive to the life range.

Same as before, Kingston also offers several options for what the product is used. With a starting range from $ 109.99 to $ 377, you will also be able to choose a standalone unit or a kit package for your desktops or your laptops.


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