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Kingston launches value solid-state drives - 64GB for £96

by Tarinder Sandhu on 3 June 2009, 15:07

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Recently Kingston tied up with Intel to retail the latter's solid-state drives. The SSDNOW E and SSDNOW M are direct rebrands of Intel-produced technology, with capacities ranging from 32GB to 160GB.

The memory giant is acutely aware that it also needs value-oriented SSDs in the line-up and at COMPUTEX '09 will officially launch the SSDNOW V range. You can work out what the 'V' denotes, right?

Due to ship in 64GB and 128GB capacities, with the option for a notebook-drive pack that includes a 2.5in USB/SATA enclosure, or desktop-bundle set that ships a 2.5in-to-3.5in mounting and SATA data and power extender cables, Kingston's value drives come in at the following prices:

Kingston SSDNow V Series Solid-State Drives   

Part Number

Capacity and Features



64GB 2.5 SATA SSD w/desktop bundle



64GB 2.5 SATA SSD w/notebook bundle



128GB 2.5 SATA SSD  w/desktop bundle



128GB 2.5 SATA SSD w/notebook bundle





Looking around the Internet, the 64GB and 128GB pricing seems competitive, knowing that the drives read/write at 100MB/s and 80MB/s, respectively. Both bundles also ship with Acronis True Image cloning software, too.


Full specs here.

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I wonder what the actual street price is going to end up at.

Could force the 64GB samsung and 120GB Corsair down a bit as well.
Hows the performance?
Hows the performance?

As above
knowing that the drives read/write at 100MB/s and 80MB/s

Not bad. At least it's progress in terms of price.
Could force the 64GB samsung and 120GB Corsair down a bit as well.

the 64GB Samsung can be had for £91.99 at Novatech..
that's the slower version though. but it's on a par with those Kingston drives.