Kingston gives us quite a bit of information on the front of the package. The SandForce Driven logo and three year warranty indication is at the bottom left and at the top right is a reference to the upgrade kit.
Some general information is listed on the back of the package and a complete breakdown of the upgrade bundle is shown as well.
There have been a few products already branded V+ 200 so when shopping look for the full product name, SVP200S3B/120G.
The inner packing is pretty tight, but Kingston managed to keep the drive separated from most of the other bits.
In the past Kingston offered two bundle options, a desktop and notebook upgrade kit. That has been condensed down to just one option for the upgrade bungle and you get all of the components formally found in the two different kits.
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