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Kingston Technology 256GB SSDNow V-Series+ SATA2.5

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Long product name Kingston Technology 256GB SSDNow V-Series+ SATA2.5 :
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Kingston Technology 256GB SSDNow V-Series+ SATA2.5:
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Dramatically increase the performance of existing systems. Kingston Technology's SSDNow V+ Series solid state drives (SSD) help consumers and organisations of all sizes enhance the performance and lifecycle of computers that have a Serial ATA (SATA) interface. The V+ Series is available in a range of capacities, all optimised for intensive use. Speed up system start-up, application loading and overall productivity with Kingston Technology's SSDNow V+ Series.

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Kingston Technology 256GB SSDNow V-Series+ SATA2.5

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Kingston Technology 256GB SSDNow V-Series+ SATA2.5

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Reviews
Updated:
2011-09-28
Testseek has collected 73 expert reviews for Kingston Technology 256GB SSDNow V-Series+ SATA2.5 and the average expert rating is 81 of 100. The average score reflects the expert community’s view on this product. Click below and use Testseek to see all ratings, product awards and conclusions.
81%
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expertreviews.co.uk
Updated:
2011-10-09
We've reviewed previous SSDs from Kingston. Although they were fast, they were also very expensive. We therefore weren't expecting much from Kingston's keenly priced 64GB V+ SSD, but the results of our benchmarks surprised us. The V+ excelled in our la...
Bottom line The 64GB V+'s consistently quick performance and reasonable price make it a good value SSD and perfect as a boot drive...
100%
tweaktown.com
Updated:
2014-02-26
Those of you old enough to remember the Celeron 300A would easily recall this legendary icon that solidified words like overclocking and watercooling into the vocabulary of computer enthusiasts worldwide. The 300A was a low cost processor that when...
Bottom line The Kingston SSDNow V+ 64GB SSD is a fast drive for its capacity. Larger drives from the same series will produce better benchmark numbers, but their cost will also increase. The cost is really the only remaining question, but since the drives are n...
91%
goodgearguide.com.au
Updated:
2011-11-04
The SSDNow V+ solid-state drive (SSD) from Kingston Technology has a capacity of 64GB and is best suited to users looking to replace their computers main hard drive. It has a 2.5in form factor and is based on multi-level cell (MLC) NAND flash memory technology. It is cheap compared to many other solid-state drives, and provides consistently quick transfer speeds. Kingstons SSDNow M series was little more than Intel X25-M with some additional protection and a few stickers. By contrast, the SSD...
Good Relatively inexpensive, rugged enclosure, frugal power consumption, fast transfer speeds...
Bad Low storage capacity...
Bottom line We like the Kingston SSDNow V+ solid-state drive — it’s efficient, quick and quite cheap. If you’re looking to replace your notebook or PC’s system drive, this is definitely a viable candidate...
90%
goodgearguide.com.au
Updated:
2011-11-04
The SSDNow V+ solid-state drive (SSD) from Kingston Technology has a capacity of 64GB and is best suited to users looking to replace their computers main hard drive. It has a 2.5in form factor and is based on multi-level cell (MLC) NAND flash memory technology. It is cheap compared to many other solid-state drives, and provides consistently quick transfer speeds. Kingstons SSDNow M series was little more than Intel X25-M with some additional protection and a few stickers. By contrast, the SSD...
Good Relatively inexpensive, rugged enclosure, frugal power consumption, fast transfer speeds...
Bad Low storage capacity...
Bottom line We like the Kingston SSDNow V+ solid-state drive — it’s efficient, quick and quite cheap. If you’re looking to replace your notebook or PC’s system drive, this is definitely a viable candidate...
90%
tweaktown.com
Updated:
2014-04-17
Over the last couple of months we discussed a lot about how next generation SSDs will get a speed boost compared to models that were considered speed kings just a month ago. At the same time we also touched on large capacity models that will hit st...
Bottom line I have to admit that I wasn’t all that excited at first to see another drive from the value sector after testing the SandForce 1500 and Crucial C300. When I opened the box and found a 512GB drive, my ears perked up quickly, but the massive size was...
90%
pcadvisor.co.uk
Updated:
2011-10-09
Product Code: SNV125-S2/64GB The Kingston SSDNow V+ Series 64GB is a virtually silent solid-state drive with a rapid turn of pace. As fast as your processor can be, it can only wait while requested data is read or written to a magnetic hard disk. Th...
Bottom line SSD gets more affordable for normal users with the Kingston SSDNow V+ Series 64GB drive. Enthusiasts cannot ignore the allure of this solid state drive, with its potential for speeding up the system and silent operation. Madana Prathap Lowest online p...
90%
eteknix.com
Updated:
2011-10-09
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 wa...
Good Trusted manufacturer, Fast performance, Versatile for desktop and laptops, Backup facility, Fantastic in RAID...
Bad Some people may find it expensive...
85%
kitguru.net
Updated:
2014-04-17
While we have often focused on small capacity Solid State Drives today we thought it would be interesting to have a look at the 512GB SSDNowV+ Kingston drive aimed at the enthusiast audience with specific demands for the highest levels of storage ca...
Bottom line Whether you actually need this or not is a question only you can answer, but there is no doubt that if maximum storage capacity is top on your checklist then this should definitely be on your immediate shortlist...
80%
theregister.co.uk
Updated:
2014-04-17
Reg Hardware has covered plenty of solid-state disks before, but never anything to match the capacity of Kingston’s latest high density SSD. Back in January, Kingston announced the SSDNow V+ series, the higher spec members of its family of “value” driv...
Bottom line I’d love to say that everyone should go out and buy the 512GB model, but I know that most will cringe at the £1270 price tag. Yet the difference one of these drives makes is phenomenal. By all means, if you have the cash and need the capacity, then th...
80%
kitguru.net
Updated:
2014-04-17
SSD’s are finally getting a firm grip within the market, helped in part by dropping prices and increasing capacities. If you have been holding off on upgrading then perhaps today we can change your mind. We would go so far as to say that from our ex...
Bottom line A solid performer and excellent bundle ensure this should be on your shortlist...
80%
techradar.com
Updated:
2014-04-17
Flogging SSDs can be a tricky business and Kingston knows this better than most. The problem begins with the fact that the key components inside any given solid state drive are only produced by a handful of companies. That's because the development and...
Good Latest Toshiba controller, TRIM support out of the box, Excellent sequential performance...
Bad Slightly sub-par 4K random performance...
80%
clunk.org.uk
Updated:
2011-10-09
Back in January, we reviewed Kingstons SSDNow E-Series drive, which proved to be the fastest drive that we had seen and still is the fastest SATA II drive that money can buy. One of the downsides of the E series drives was the astronomic cost per gig...
Good Performs well in real world tests, Performs well in some benchmarks, Runs cool, Uses a tiny amount of power, Looks great...
Bad Doesnt like random reads and writes of small files, Firmware not upgradeable by the end user, Needs to be slightly cheaper to be competative (At least in the UK)...
Bottom line Testing the V+ was an enjoyable process, but it does leave us with a bit of a dilemma - On one hand, we have near faultless real world performance in the tests, yet on the other hand, some of the benchmark scores are quite low, even for a Samsung base...
80%
pcadvisor.co.uk
Updated:
2011-09-28
Product Code: SNVP325-S2/256GB Kingston's SSDNow V+ SSD comes with a comprehensive accessory bundle, but its performance is less extraordinary. Kingston's SSDNow V+ SSD comes with a comprehensive accessory bundle, but its performance is less extraord...
Bottom line 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 juggl...
70%
expertreviews.co.uk
Updated:
2011-10-09
Kingston's latest 128GB 2.5in solid state disk (SSD) for laptops comes with a comprehensive kit of accessories. A USB 2.5in disk enclosure and disk imaging software are included for copying all your files from your existing hard disk to the SSD, before...
Bottom line Kingston's latest SSD is fast and comes with everything you need, but its comparatively low capacity and high price make it a poor choice for most laptop owners...
60%
goodgearguide.com.au
Updated:
2011-11-04
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 o...
Good Bundled software and drive caddy...
Bad Expensive, performance wasn’t spectacular...
0%
goodgearguide.com.au
Updated:
2011-11-04
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 o...
Good Bundled software and drive caddy...
Bad Expensive, performance wasn’t spectacular...
0%
ocaholic.ch.english
Updated:
2011-10-09
With the SSDNow V+ 64 GByte, Kingston presents the second generation of its value SSD series. The latest models are based on the Samsung S3C29RBB Controller which in idle draws only 0.15 Watts. Furthermore you shall get 220 MByte/s reading and 140 MByt...
Bottom line With the SSD Now V+ 64 GByte Kingston presents a midrange SSD which comes with quite a reasonable price tag. Therefore you get a product which is equipped with Samsungs S3C29RBB Controller which overall in our tables hits the average ranks. Quite a str...
0%
hardwarecanucks.com
Updated:
2014-04-17
V+ series, [...]...
Bottom line From the moment we opened up the SSDNow V+ 128GB’s packaging and found a load of goodies waiting for us, we had a special place in our hearts for this drive. Kingston really knows how to treat their customers right and makes them feel like they got the...
0%
eteknix.com
Updated:
2013-09-19
The front of the packaging gives clear information on exactly what this product is including size of the drive.The back of the box clearly lists the size again and in many different languages exactly what comes included in the box. This is from cables, in...
0%
vortez.net
Updated:
2011-10-09
Product on Review: Kingston SSDNow V+ 128GBManufacturer and Sponsor: KingstonMSRP: £215With prices slowly dropping on SSDs, never has there been a better time to invest in a rapid storage device for your windows boot drive. Being lower in capacity com...
Bottom line 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 h...
0%
vortez.co.uk
Updated:
2011-10-09
Product on Review: Kingston SSDNow V+ 128GBManufacturer and Sponsor: KingstonMSRP: £215With prices slowly dropping on SSDs, never has there been a better time to invest in a rapid storage device for your windows boot drive. Being lower in capacity com...
Bottom line 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 h...
0%
tomshardware.co.uk
Updated:
2014-08-10
The SSD market continues evolving. We got our hands on six drives we hadn't yet tested, including Samsung’s 470-series, and ran them through our benchmark suite. All told, this roundup includes a total of 24 SSDs to compare. Which drive is right for yo...
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