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Kingston offers SSDNow as part of a new bundle kit

Written by IT News on 8:58 PM

While Solid State Drives recently launched a significantly higher performance compared to traditional hard drives, the degree of market adoption is still very low. This is due to any reason that SSDs are still relatively invaluable in contrast to traditional hard drives. But Kingston Technology, which has its premiere on the market for SSDs, a plan for Solid State Drives attractive to users worldwide. The company intends to sell its line of SSDNow M-series run as part of a specially built beam.

As you may already know, Kingston decided to SSD on the bandwagon with the launch of its SSDNow series of Flash-based devices, which basically rebranded versions of Intel's high-performance x18-M and X25-M series SSDs to offer one of the highest performances for the traditional market. Unfortunately, even Intel's disks are not all that affordable for PC users worldwide, making Kingston SSDs are even less affordable.

The company has a plan to the effects of higher prices for customers with a package combining SSDs with a software clone data on a hard drive to speed SSD. The beam is designed to draw attention to the end user, which adds value to high-performance storage products.

"This all-in-one package is the perfect solution for enterprise companies, corporate end-users and consumers to make SSD technology in existing systems," said Ariel Perez, SSD manager, Kingston. "The Kingston SSDNow M Series Bundle allows to move the operating system, applications and all other data from a hard disk with a solid-state drive quickly and easily or a notebook, desktop or workstation.”

According to Kingston, the package includes the following:

SSDNow M Series 80-GB or 160 GB (Intel X-25M SATA SSDs)

Acronis True Image hard drive cloning software CD and installation guide

USB 2.5-inch box with USB cable (for laptops)

2.5-inch to 3.5-inch drive bay mounting brackets and screws (for desktops)

SATA data and power diluents (for desktops)

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