Looking at the numbers, Kingston’s SSDnow V300 SSD is spec’d for 4KB random reads at 85,000 IOPS and 4KB random writes at 43,000 IOPS. The SSDNow V300 drive supports SMART, NCQ, and TRIM. Peak power consumption is rated at 2.052W, idle is a scant 64mW; this puppy can certainly help extend notebook battery life if you’re considering an SSD to replace a 2.5″ HDD. The 1.0 million hours MTBF rating Kingston assign to the SSDnow V300 is lower than other SSDs PCSTATS have tested (average is 1.2M – 2M hrs MTBF). The drive is backed by a 3 year limited warranty.
Kingston’s 2.5″ SSDNow V300 240Gb SSD (model: SV300S37A/240G) retails for around $214 USD/CDN, or about $0.89/GB. The SSDnow V300 family includes models ranging from 60GB to 240GB capacity.