Kingston's packaging calls the SSDNow V100 'The Ultimate Upgrade' and gives us one of the best product packages we've seen to date for an SSD. On the front you can easily see the capacity of the drive, the 24 hour, 7 day a week tech support information, 3 year warranty and specific performance information pertaining to read and write speeds.
On the back of the package Kingston gives some general information about SSDs and at the bottom we see a list of accessories included.
The inner packaging is done very well with all of the contents kept tidy in as see thru plastic box.
I can't speak high enough about the Kingston SSDNow V100 accessory package since it is one of the very best we've seen. You pretty much get it all; a USB 2.0 external case with a USB cable that allows you to easily clone your current notebook HDD easily with the included Acronis software. Kingston has also included a 2.5" to 3.5" desktop adapter bracket and to go with desktop users a SATA power and data cable. A paper quick state guide is also included in the package.
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