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Old 9th November 2010, 09:21   #1
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Default Kingston unveils new consumer SSDs, SSDNow V100

Capacities for the new SSDNow V100 drives start at 64GB and top out at 256GB. Kingston says it's using the same JMicron 618 controller as in the previous-generation V series drives, but the controller has received a firmware update, and the new drives feature 32-nm NAND flash memory from Toshiba. In terms of maximum sequential speeds, Kingston quotes 250MB/s reads and 145MB/s writes for the 64GB model. The 128GB and 256GB drives have slightly slower sequential read speedsó230MB/s. Prices for bare SSDNow V100 drives range from $119.99 for the 64GB model up to $489.99 for the 256GB version.

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