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Kingston Digital added another member to the SSDNow family with the SSDNow V+200, a drive designed with speed in mind--fast startup, data access, and copying of files. Equipped with SATA 6Gbps, a SandForce SF-2281 processor, and sequential read/write speeds up to 535MBps/480MBps, the SSDNow V+200 is geared for businesses and consumers alike. Kingston sees these SSDs as having the ability to extend system lifecycles, which is a boon to enterprises and data centers. The SSDNow V+200s are available as an upgrade kit (complete with the necessary accoutrements such as brackets, cables, software, and... Read more...
Another week, another SSDs. You've heard that one before, but it's true; solid state drives are becoming more and more commonplace, and for those waiting for prices to reach a point that makes sense for most consumers, it's always music to the ears. Kingston has just announced the next generation of its entry-level, budget SSDNow V Series. It's the SSDNow V200, which offers SATA Rev 3.0 (6Gb/s) support and promises to be nearly twice as fast as the previous V100 SSD. It is also up to 20 percent less in price than its predecessor SSDNow V100 drive, and will be available in 64GB, 128GB and 256GB... Read more...
Kingston's SSDNow V Series has been very successful for the company, and it was widely praised by reviewers when it originally launched. You know what companies do when they strike gold? They try to strike it once again. The storage mainstay is today launching their second-generation SSDNow V Series of solid state drives, which are geared for mainstream consumers, in particular entry-level or first-time SSD users. One of the main upgrades here is the addition of TRIM support and boosted overall performance, all while keeping the prices reasonable enough for traditional HDD users to consider the... Read more...
Kingston's original 40GB SSDNow drive has been a real hit for the storage company; or, at least that's the impression that we're getting now. In order to reach out to even more potential consumers who would love to swap out at least their boot drive to a solid state drive, the company has just announced the SSDNow V Series 30GB Boot Drive. As you would expect, this is described as an "affordable way to boost the performance of your desktop computer." The unit will be priced as under 90 pounds in the UK, which enables it to be a fast, affordable way to seriously upgrade the speed and performance... Read more...
Just a few months after Kingston Technology came forward with its SSDNow V 'Value' series of solid state drives, the outfit is now issuing a slight upgrade with the SSDNow V+. Promising higher capacity, higher IOPS and faster read/write speeds, the new 2.5" V+ SSD lineup takes things as high as 256GB and is aimed at power users, system builders, system integrators, and in demanding corporate environments.We're told to expect random 4K read speeds of up to 6,300 IOPS, and random 4K writes of up to 291 IOPS, not to mention a sequential read speed of up to 220MB/second alongside write speeds of up... Read more...