The price of the 80GB kit is $427.50. At first this sounds pretty high but in the end the performance you see in drive intensive applications, load times for games and other applications is downright amazing. But the icing on the cake is the fact that this is not a bare SSD - the extra software, enclosure and the mounting kit offer extra value even at the over $150 themselves.
Kingston offers an impressive year warranty with 24/7 technical support. Kingston’s support is impressive from entry to RMA. I have called their support line many times during reviews, and have always found them to be knowledgeable, helpful and friendly. RMA process can be conducted easily over the phone or on Kingston’s website at [https://shop.kingston.com/web_rma/default.asp].
Kingston is a great company and has added another great product to their stable. The SSDNow M has more than most would offer in a similar kit. If you are looking for the easiest way to get up and running with an SSD in your system with this is the kit for you. From the inclusion of the external enclosure to the use of the Arconis software a good deal of thought was put into this so that the upgrade path would not be too complicated for the average user. Although the price is a little high the performance and functionality you get from the kit [not to mention a new external drive] you really do get a lot for your money.
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