Today`s SSD analysis takes a look at a new SSD to the market, this being the Kingston SSDNow V300 SATA 3 SSD. The V300 is a unique Kingston SSD introduction as it is their first product using the new Toshiba 19nm NAND flash memory process, but also, this SSD is `SandForce Driven by LSI` and a key example of the success that can be had when two companies work closely together. It is no secret that the established `best practice` with respect to consumer SSDs has become that of `more for less`. Getting more value, and potentially more capacity, to the consumer is key and manufacturers are finding ways to do this using memory that has a smaller overall footprint. The Kingston V300 seems to be an ideal example of this value, at least on the outside, so let`s take a closer look at where technology seems to be heading."
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