Hot Products Ready For The 2009 Holiday Season

Memory manufacturer Kingston Technology entered the Solid State Drive (SSD) market through a partnership with Intel, selling rebranded versions of its Enterprise and Mainstream devices. With the SSDNow V+, the first made by Kingston itself, the company is stepping out on its own.

Shipping immediately, the SSDNow V+ features capacities up to 256 GB, higher input and output operations per second (IOPS) and faster read/write speeds than a standard mechanical hard-disk drive. According to Kingston, the drive has a sequential read speed of up to 220MBps and write speeds of up to 180MBps.

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