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The latest Solid State Drive reviews

Aug. 2, 2010

Review: Kingston SSDNow V 64GB 2,5 Inch SSD

We have send the 2.5 Inch SATA II (3 Gbit/S.) SSD SSDNow V from Kingston into our test laboratory. The SSD offers 64GB capacity (MLC Memory) and has 64MB integrated Cache. The heart of the Kingston SSDNow V is the JMicron JMF618 Controller. The Solid State Drive has a weight of 81 gramms. The manufacturer specifies a Mean Time Between Failures (MTBF) of 1,000,000 hours. How good the performance of the SSD in our ssdreview.com test laboratory was, you can read in our new Kingston SSDNow V review.

Aug. 1, 2010

Review: Kingston SSDNow V 30GB 2,5 Inch SSD

Kingstons 2.5 Inch SATA II (3 Gbit/S.) SSD SSDNow V has found the way into our test laboratory. The SSD has a capacity of 30GB (MLC Memory) and uses 64MB Cache. The Kingston SSDNow V SSD has a JMicron JMF618 Controller and has a weight of 87 gramms. Kingston specifies a Mean Time Between Failures (MTBF) of 1,000,000 hours. How good the performance of the SSD in our ssdreview.com test laboratory was, you can read in our new Kingston SSDNow V review.

Aug. 1, 2010

Launch of the ssdreview.com internet portal

After a 12-month development phase, www.ssdreview.com officially starts. This website will provide you with all interesting information on Solid State Drives (SSD). This includes detailed SSD test reports (benchmarks) developed in our in-house and independent SSD test laboratory as well as data sheets with technical details and product images of current SSD’s. All test results can be interactively compared on our website.

When you have found SSD’s on ssdreview.com of interest to you, bookmark them on the interactive notepad just below the navigation bar at the top. When you visit ssdreview.com the next time you will find these SSD’s on your notepad again and can perform more comparisons, view data sheets and product images or obtain pricing information on your favourite SSD’s. You can close the notepad if you temporarily no longer need it and open it through double-clicking the double arrow.

Our SSD test laboratory is equipped with high-end PC hardware and will regularly publish new SSD test reports. Therefore, do visit ssdreview.com regularly. Additionally, we will regularly expand the ssdreview.com website and add new and interesting features.

In addition to our own ratings, our website shows user ratings in many places in the well-established 0.5 – 5.0 stars format. To place your own star-rating for a certain SSD model, register on our website free of charge. Once logged in you may leave your own star-rating in the data sheet of the corresponding SSD. Logging in is mandatory to ensure as much as possible that star-ratings are genuine and that the same user cannot vote more than once.

More information on Solid State Drives (SSD) can be found in our table “Pro and Con of SSDs” and under the tab “What is SSD?

Simply have a look at our SSD test report or visit our SSD market overview.

Have fun! Your ssdreview.com team.