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AdvantagesGreat speed and high quality, tiny and lightweight.

DisadvantagesSSD can be expensive.

...First impressions I have owned anumber of Kingston USB storage devices in the past and overall I would say I have more experience with this brand than a lot of the other SSD suppliers I have come across. Here we have the Kingston HyperX SSD which has a capacity of 240GB. This is an average size for the Solid State Drive, though if you look to go beyond this size then you will be shelling...

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AdvantagesVery quick, lightweight, can be relatively simple to fit, energy saving.

DisadvantagesExpensive for a small capacity.

...First impressions The Kingston brand is one that I am rather familiar with. In recent times I have spent a number of hours replacing sluggish HDD?s with much livelier SSD?s. The Kingston HyperX SSD we have here has a 120GB capacity. You may say that this is a rather small capacity considering the average size of a HDD that comes with bog standard new laptops these days. You would be right...

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“Samsung 128GB SSD”

published 07/08/2016

AdvantagesGreat quality, reliable, hi performance, affordable.

DisadvantagesThis is not the latest model.

...and affordability. The cost of these SSD?s will only fall as technology moves onwards and upwards. As capacities increase the 128GB SSD will drop in cost, making this kind of hard drive very affordable indeed. Price and availability The 840 Pro Series starts at around the £45 mark. The 256GB version is £110. If you opted for the newer 850 Series then expect to pay £70 for a comparable 120GB capacity...

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