The Kingston SSDNow M-Series Upgrade Kit SSD
The retail kit comes with several accessories. The USB drive carrier is the largest but users looking to mount the 2.5 inch drive in a standard 3.5 inch system will find the drive rails to come in handy. The cloning software is very useful if you don't feel like spending 8 hours installing Windows and your other software.
Here we see the Kingston USB drive carrier.
The carrier features a single USB plug on the side so you can access the drive quickly.
The carrier comes apart very quickly, just use the release button and separate the two halves.
Of course the gem of the kit is the Kingston SSDNow drive that is the fastest consumer drive available.
Enthusiasts have been looking for ways to use the awesome speed of SSDs in their desktop system for quite some time now. The brave has just found a place to set their drive on the bottom of the case, but that is unsecure and a recipe for disaster if you move your system often. Kingston has included rails that will turn your 2.5 inch drive into a 3.5 inch drive, just like your standard desktop drives.
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