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Kingston SSDNow 40 GB SSD Solid State Boot Drive Review

Posted on Tuesday, December 01 2009 @ 17:48:38 CET by


In this review we take a look at how well Kingston's new 40GB SSD Boot Drive works, how fast it is and why you should consider this as an upgrape path for your system. This SSD is geared for using in a system as a Boot drive for your OS and applications and made to use in conjunction with a standard hard drive. Kingston's drive is not meant for a mass storage drive, but as a data integrity protected drive to insure your information and OS remain working for a long time. It actually takes physical damage to the drive to corrupt your data.



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