Kingston SSDNow V+200 120GB SSD Upgrade Bundle
Here we get our first look at the actual drive. Not much has changed on the outside from the older kits, but then again it's the inside that counts.
The drive uses a metal case and Kingston covered all of the bases when it came to the mounting positions where screws secure the drive in place.
The drive uses a traditional notebook 9.5mm z-height, so it won't fit in many ultrabooks that require 7mm drives. The 9.5mm standard is used on nearly all business class notebooks, though, so you won't have an issue with the intended recipients.
Kingston uses a different style desktop adapter setup than what we see in most SSDs. Two rails position the drive in the middle.
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