Kingston releases SandForce-based HyperX SSD

Kingston Technology has finally released its HyperX SandForce SF-2281 based solid state drive which offers SATA III 6.0 Gbps interface and up to 555MB / 510MB/s read/write speeds.

Designed for enthusiasts, gamers and performance users, this 2.5-inch SSD comes in brushed metal casing and utilizes premium Intel 25nm MLC NAND Flash memory, it is shock resistant, supports S.M.A.R.T. TRIM and Garbage Collection and offers max 4KB random read/write of 95,000 / 70,000 IOPS2 (120GB). The drive is available in 120GB and 240GB capacities with desktop mounting plate and also s a bundle with the HyperX Upgrade Kit for easy installation (includes Acronis® True Image™ HD migration software, desktop mounting plate, external drive bay, multi-head screwdriver, SATA data cable.

Kingston HyperX SSD

Kingston HyperX SSD Bundle Kit

Prices:

  • 120G 120GB Stand-alone SSD $ 269.99
  • 120G 120GB HyperX Bundle Kit $ 284.99
  • 240G 240GB Stand-alone SSD $ 519.99

Source: Kingston

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