Just before you turn your back on SSDs for their relatively high price compared to hard drives, allow Kingston to change your mind with a $79.99 price point for the Kingston SSDNow V+ line from this February onwards. While 30GB is not going to make you super elated, it is pretty much the cheapest SSD gig you’ve got going on in town, especially when you factor in its performance capabilities of hitting 180MB/s and 50MB/s for read and write speeds, respectively. Capable of running for up to 500,000 hours, that translates to 57 years which would relegate it to a museum artifact by then. You willing to go for an upgrade?
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