The Kingston SSDNow NSV425 Notebook Bundle
All of the information for the drive is located on the front cover of the drive. Here we see capacity, model number and serial number.
The back of the drive is unlabeled. We did find the four mounting points on the drive that are used in some notebooks and desktop adapters.
The sides of the drive also have the standard mounting locations used in a majority of installations.
On the back we see standard SATA data and power connectors. The V Series does not have a USB port found on some older SSDs.
As mentioned previously, the Notebook Bundle comes with a USB 2.0 external drive cage, USB cable and software for cloning your current drive to the new SSDNow V Series.
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