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Kingston Aims To Make SSD Upgrades A Breeze

SSDNow V bundles include cloning sofware
By Zac O'Vadka from Jun 4, 2009 @ 3:03 CDT

Rather than just pumping out new SSD models as fast as it can like some companies have been doing lately, Kingston is trying something a little different.


Kingston SSDNow V SSD bundles


Kingston has introduced the SSDNow V series bundles which should make upgrading to an SSD easy as can be. The bundle includes step-by-step instructions, mounting brackets, cloning software, and even a 2.5" USB SATA enclosure when you get the laptop bundle.


This should attract mainstream consumers that aren't quite so tech savvy but would like to have the benefits that SSDs provide. Right now Kingston has two desktop and two notebook bundles available, each coming in 64GB and 128GB flavors. Prices range from $149 to $284 and Newegg currently has them available.


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