The Kingston SSDNow Upgrade Kit is a product whose time has come. Not only does the retail kit make it much easier to install a blazing fast SSD into your desktop in less than 30 minutes with your data migrated over, but it also gives desktop users the option to easily install a traditional notebook sized drive into their desktop.
We have already established that the Kingston SSDNow M-Series drive is the fastest consumer drive on the market. The M-Series is also a great product for RAID 0 desktop users looking for ultimate performance. As it sits right now there isn't a drive, solid state or traditional platter based, that is faster than the Kingston SSDNow M-Series, other than the enterprise E-Series drives.
The price of the upgrade kit is better than expected and comes with a lot of accessories for its additional cost. Honestly, even if you don't need the extra bits you should just lay down the additional 9 Dollars and have them for if and when you will need them.
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