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Kingston SSDNow V Series 64GB notebook kit solid-state drive review

by Tarinder Sandhu on 14 September 2009, 07:27 3.25

Tags: Kingston SSDNow V 64GB, Kingston

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Introduction


Every passing month sees solid-state drives (SSD) become slightly more affordable as the technology begins to mature and competition continues to increase.

At the start of September 2009 one should expect to pay around £100 for an entry-level 64GB drive, £125 for a performance model, and £200+ for a 128GB SSD.

The magic number is sub-£100, and that's where Kingston is aiming the SSDNow V-series drives - comprising of a 64GB SSD and either a notebook or desktop bundle.

We take a look at the value-oriented 64GB notebook kit and evaluate whether it's worth just a touch less than £100.