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Corsair Force 40GB Solid State Drive - The Packaging

Corsair nears the 100USD price barrier with a SandForce SSD. Does the new configuration live up to the high expectations or does it follow Intel down the path of shame?

| SSDs in Storage | Posted: Sep 7, 2010 11:18 am
TweakTown Rating: 88%Manufacturer: Corsair

The Packaging

 

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The packaging for the F40 is much like the other recent Corsair SSDs we have tested this past year. At the bottom we see that the F40 is from the Force Series and it has a capacity of 40GB.

 

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The back of the package has some general information about Corsair's Force Series and the serial / model number on the bottom right side.

 

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The inner packaging does a good job of protecting the drive and keeping it secure in the box. In an effort to keep costs low Corsair has chosen to not ship the F40 with a desktop adapter. Hopefully at some point this will change since most potential buyers will be looking to add the F40 to their desktop and supplement it with a large capacity 3.5" drive for long term storage.

 

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