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Value of money.
Equipped with SandForce SF2281.
SATA III interface (6Gb/s).
60GB till 480GB storage options.
Hardware AES256 encryption.
SandForce's RAISE Technology.
Available in standalone or bundle kit.
3 year warranty.
Good write performance.
Included accessory kit is a full-featured upgrade solution.
Well implemented cloning software.
Incompressible data performance could be further improved.
Considerably slower with incompressible data.
Asynchronous NAND flash.
High Cost Per GB.
High Price/Performance Ratio.
Asynchronous NAND Flash.
Performance not as high as other SandForce based SSDs
Performance takes a hit with certain data types
Inconsistent read performance.
Utilizes last-generation transfer technologies.
Low read speed under heavily threaded performance.
By TechSpot on November 14, 2012
Budget SSD Roundup: The Best SSD for Less Than $100: The Kingston SSDNow V+200 120GB performance trade off doesn’t justify the slight and we do stress ‘slight’ reduction in price. Despite having the lowest price per gigabyte at just 75c.
By Kitguru.net on December 03, 2012
A good option but would make much more sense if it dropped in price by around...
By Craving Tech on November 18, 2012
SSD (Solid State Drive) has become popular nowadays and most computer enthusiasts would want an SSD on their laptops, Ultrabooks, MacBooks, and even on their Desktop machines. The price has also gone more and more affordable these days. An SSD has a...
By uk.hardware.info on August 07, 2012
You buy a 64 GB SSD because you'd like to add an SSD to your computer for as little money as possible. Now that 128 GB models are becoming affordable, the choice seems obvious. But if you want to assemble a cheap (office) PC or have another scenario...
By APC Magazine on July 16, 2012
This is Kingstons second date with the brilliant SandForce SF-2281 controller, which can also be found in the companys high-end HyperX drives. This is the controller of choice at the moment and can be found in most of the SATA 6Gbps drives on...
By TechRadar on June 20, 2012
If you need a large capacity SSD, and don't necessarily need blistering performance, then it's a drive to add to your...
By MyCE on June 14, 2012
Let us summarise the most important positive and negative points below:Positive:Excellent operation as a system drive. Excellent sequential read/write speeds on sequential data Very good access times. SATA 6Gbps support. External case and cloning...
By X-bit Labs on June 05, 2012
When we received our sample of Kingston SSDNow V+200 120GB, we prepared ourselves to obtaining another set of not-very-high performance numbers typical of SandForce-based SSDs with asynchronous NAND flash, but our expectations never came true. The...
By Hardware Bistro on May 29, 2012
Kingston Technology Company, Inc. is the world's independent memory leader. Founded in 1987 with a single product offering, Kingston® now offers more than 2,000 memory products that support nearly every device that uses memory, from computers,...
By PCWorld New Zealand on May 22, 2012
The SSDNow V+200 series is designed for business users after a performance boost without massive cash outlay, and by and large, the drive delivers on this promise.You get a fair bit for the money. The 120GB drive comes with a Sandforce SF-2200...
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