That's a slight 10MB/s increase over its previous generation drive ratings, but the addition of TRIM support means write performance shouldn't degrade over time as users delete files and attempt to write previously occupied blocks with new data. The MLC-based series should start at $268 for the 64GB version, $512 for the 128GB drive, a hefty $992 for the 256GB model and $1,969 for the top of the line 512GB drive.
All SSDNow V+ solid-state drives are backed by a three-year warranty. As part of Kingston's goal to provide an easy upgrade path, the company also offers the drives in a bundle that includes cloning software, a USB enclosure, 2.5"-to-3.5" adapter brackets and a set of cables.
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