The Kingston V+ now with Toshiba
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Written by Benoit Lamamy
Published on January 26, 2010
Kingston is decidedly active in the world of SSDs. The firm continues its transition over to Toshiba NAND Flash chips and controllers, announcing the new SSDNow V+s (the previous range used a Samsung controller and memory). They are available in 64, 128 and 256 GB versions and in a previous version at no less than 512 GB!
With an SATA 3 Gbps interface, these SSDs have TRIM support and reads have been announced at 230 MB/s and writes at 180 MB/s. As usual with Kingston, these SSDs can be purchased on their own or in a bundle with 2.5’’ to 3.5’’ mounting enclosures, a 2.5’’ USB enclosure and an Acronis True Image license.
Prices are in line with storage capacities, going from $268 for the 64 GB version to $1985 for the 512 GB version "bundle"! At these prices, while SSDs may be gaining in capacity, standard drives look as if they still have a future…
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