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|4th September 2009, 13:00||#1|
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Kingston SSDNow V+ 128GB SSD
SSD technology has evolved at an extremely fast pace and at this point you can get everything from an Entry level drive that runs in the 100MB/s (read) range to the 250MB/s Enthusiast drives. With all the different flavors of drives you almost need a score card to know which drives fall into which category.
The Kingston SSDNow V+ series features a Samsung S3C29RBB controller and very modest power requirements. Idling at 0.15W and 2.6W when in use. The SSDNow provides up to 220MB/s read and 170MB/s write which would put it in a high end performance class or or arguably breach the Enthusiast class.
Whichever class the Kingston SSDNow V+ falls in you'll get blistering speed, low voltage requirements, and consistently high performance. You'll also get Kingston's 3 year warranty and legendary reliability. If your looking for a blazing fast drive backed by an industry leader in memory technologies it's hard to go wrong by choosing a Kingston drive.
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