Kingston SSD 2.5 inch SSDNOW V+ Series 256GB MLC SATA300
Windows 7 TRIM support, Four size capacities, Works with either Desktop or Laptop configurations
Fast read speeds compared to standard hard drive.
TRIM support, Fast boot times, Very fast write speeds, Up to 512GB capacity, Includes lots of accessories, Includes a simple 2.5" USB enclosure
Far better write improvement over the original VSeries drives, Windows 7 TRIM support, Available in up to 512GB capacities.
The same blistering sustained reads/writes as the Corsair P256...
Impressive read speed; 220MB/s, 128MB onboard cache, Noiseless, light weight, shockproof, Cheap & greater controller, 3year warranty
System Is Snappier, Fantastic RAID Like Speed, Quiet, Never Gets Hot, Standard SATA Interface, Easy To Hide In The Chassis, Did We Mention Fast Really Fast
Impressive 241 MBps read bandwidth with EVEREST, 128MB Cache buffer overcomes stuttering data problem, Very low 0.14 ms random access time, Lightweight compact storage solution, Resistant to extreme shock impact, Up to 256 GB of SSD capacity, 3-Year ...
Fast speeds, silent, cool, power saving
Expensive, Low capacity compared to standard hard drives
Still expensive, Read speed a little slower than some SSDs
Because it's the same driveexcept the Kingston is more expensive.
Missing of USB2.0 miniB connector, Lack of firmware upgrade
Price Still Higher Than Traditional Platter Drives
Unimpressive 150 MBps write bandwidth with EVEREST, Metal case is heavier and less durable than plastic, Poor IOPS performance, Specifications and product documentation are unavailable, Lacks integrated USB 2.0 MiniB data connection, Expensive enthusia...
By eTeknix on January 17, 2011
As we all know hard drives are a very important component of any computer system. If you look back to the days when drives were a measly couple of hundred megabytes in size but much more in expensive, the only direction the market seemed to be going...85
By Vortez on October 12, 2010
In the last 6 months SSD prices have dropped significantly giving over to an increase in sales. As with all new technology you will pay a premium, but as we have seen SSDs mature and the increase in demand this has meant consumers can invest without...-
By Overclock3D on September 14, 2010
At the start we wondered if the increased capacity of the 256GB version of the Kingston SSD Now V+ would lead to an increase or a decrease in performance over the 64GB capacity V+ we tested in December 09.Clearly throughout our testing it shows a...73
By Expert Reviews on August 26, 2010
The 64GB V+'s consistently quick performance and reasonable price make it a good value SSD and perfect as a boot drive....100
By Testfreaks on August 13, 2010
One of the knocks about Kingston SSDs has been the lack of Windows 7 TRIM support; thankfully Kingston has put this issue to rest as the SSD saving technology is now built into their V+ Series Drives. The advertised speeds of 230MB/s read and 180MB/s...100
By ITP.net on August 11, 2010
Kingston’s brilliant 128GB SSDNow V+ offers a simple, straightforward upgrade path to lightning quick performance....80
By Macworld on July 29, 2010
The SSDNow V+ is a middle-of-the-road SSD that, when compared to standard spinning hard drives, offers limited capacity, a high price per gigabyte and fast performance. Compared to other SSDs, the SSDNow V+ offers decent performance, comparable price...60
By BeHardware on July 26, 2010
With the size of pages and blocks of NAND increasing on these new chips, the controllers that use them will be aiming to make up for the losses in speed for smaller accesses that are inherent in these changes. Moreover, while this flash memory...-
By Good Gear Guide on July 13, 2010
Kingston's SSDNow V+ SSD comes with a comprehensive accessory bundle, but its performance is less extraordinary.Like Crucial, Kingston is renowned for supplying computer memory, particularly aftermarket RAM modules. The company currently has a range...-
By PC Advisor on July 08, 2010
The Kingston SSDNow V+'s results aren’t bad, but better drives are available for the same kind of money. The inclusion of a drive caddy and software are attractive, but when paying this much we’d rather take the faster drive - and one capable of...70