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Kingston SSDNow V300 240GB SSD Review

With the Desktop Bundle included, the V300 comes in at around $210 while the Notebook Bundle holds a further $10 premium on top of that. However, without any extras, a bare V300 240GB goes for just $185 which is Intel 335 180GB territory. Also, if previous experience with this class of drives is any indication, this larger version should also be a touch faster than its smaller 120GB sibling due to higher capacity NAND with slightly better performance figures.

via Kingston SSDNow V300 240GB SSD Review at Hardware Canucks.

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