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Tuesday, 20 January 2009 13:35

Kingston jumps on SSD bandwagon

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Launches two drives in cooperation with Intel

 

Memory maker Kingston has launched two 2.5-inch SSD drives in a co-branding partnership with Intel.

The 32GB SSDNow E drive is designed for enterprise servers, but the 80GB SSDNow M series is to be used in notebooks.

The server series boasts a read speed of 270MB/s and a write speed of 170MB/s, while the notebook version has a read speed rated at 270MB/s and a write speed of 70MB/s.

Both drives come with a 3 year warranty, and you can find the product pages here and here.

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