They also have fairly modest power requirements drawing 0.15W while idle and 2.6W when in use. As you might expect though, while Kingstonís V series of SSDs are part of the companyís value-driven solutions, the improved performance and higher capacities will indeed come at a price. Things start at a somewhat reasonable $254 for the 64GB model, but get out of reach for most users with the 128GB and 256GB versions reportedly set to debut at $500 and $992.
The new SSDNow V+ range sees Kingston move away from simply rebranding Intelís SSDs as it has done in the past, instead putting a Samsung S3C29RBB controller at the heart of the new 2.5-inch SATA drives.
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