• Kingston Digital SSDNow UV400 240GB 2.5-Inch SATA III SSD (SUV400S37/240G)
  • Kingston Digital SSDNow UV400 240GB 2.5-Inch SATA III SSD (SUV400S37/240G)
  • Kingston Digital SSDNow UV400 240GB 2.5-Inch SATA III SSD (SUV400S37/240G)
  • Kingston Digital SSDNow UV400 240GB 2.5-Inch SATA III SSD (SUV400S37/240G)
  • Kingston Digital SSDNow UV400 240GB 2.5-Inch SATA III SSD (SUV400S37/240G)
  • Kingston Digital SSDNow UV400 240GB 2.5-Inch SATA III SSD (SUV400S37/240G)
  • Kingston Digital SSDNow UV400 240GB 2.5-Inch SATA III SSD (SUV400S37/240G)
Kingston Digital SSDNow UV400 240GB 2.5-Inch SATA III SSD (SUV400S37/240G)
Kingston Digital SSDNow UV400 240GB 2.5-Inch SATA III SSD (SUV400S37/240G)
Kingston Digital SSDNow UV400 240GB 2.5-Inch SATA III SSD (SUV400S37/240G)
Kingston Digital SSDNow UV400 240GB 2.5-Inch SATA III SSD (SUV400S37/240G)
Kingston Digital SSDNow UV400 240GB 2.5-Inch SATA III SSD (SUV400S37/240G)
Kingston Digital SSDNow UV400 240GB 2.5-Inch SATA III SSD (SUV400S37/240G)
Kingston Digital SSDNow UV400 240GB 2.5-Inch SATA III SSD (SUV400S37/240G)

Kingston Digital SSDNow UV400 240GB 2.5-Inch SATA III SSD (SUV400S37/240G)

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  • Storage Capacity: 240GB SSD
  • Form Factor: 2.5-inch. Interface: SATA Rev. 3.0 (6Gb/S), with backwards compatibility to SATA Rev. 2.0 (3Gb/S).
  • Data Transfer (ATTO): Up to 550MB/s Read, and 490MB/s Write.
  • Maximum Random 4k Read/Write: Up to 90,000 IOPS and 25,000 IOPS.
  • Package Contents: 2.5-inch 240GB SSD. Dimensions: 100mm x 69.9mm x 7mm. Weight: 57 Grams.

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For the price, I am impressed I bought one of the 120GB drives for an older laptop. I did not need the large disk space of my existing drive, but I did want the speed. This solved that issue perfect. After purchasing the one drive, I have bought 3 more for other older systems in my house. This isn't the fastest SSD on the market, but for this price you wont find much better. I have always trusted Kingston for my memory needs, and it seems I may go that route for my future storage needs as well.I have attached my test results on an i3-6100, 8GB DDR4 RAM, MSI H110M motherboard. 5Great Buy!!! I bought this SSD as my first ever SSD. I just wanted to play around a bit with a cheaper drive before I bough a larger more expensive drive. I must say, This drive delivers exactly what it states. I opened up the side of my system installed the drive in place of my raptor drive, installed Windows 10 from a usb drive on the SSD in 8 min flat and was surfing the internet. I downloaded a program called crystal disk mark to test the read and write speeds of the drive, this program as I was looking everywhere online seem to bee what most people use to test their SSD's, I did the Test and Wow, The speeds were phenomenal 447 Read speed and 427 Write. I was blown away, compared to my Raptor HDD which I tested at 102 read and 90 write at 10000 RPM. My system specs are: amd 4350 quad cpu , amd 7950 3g Gpu, Asus crosshair formula IV Mobo, Apevia 1100 W PSU, Corsair H60 cpu water cooler, Corsair Dominator Gt 1333 Ram. I would definitely recommend this product as a cheaper solution To SSD as performance in my opinion is right on the mark. 5itme unexpectedly stopped working 5 months later.. I do not usually write reviews but this time I had to since it is a concern for all of you buying this product.I read some reviews here before ordering this product, and some people complained that the SSD just stopped working unexpectedly ,but I don't know why I did not pay intention to them, since most of the reviews here were good.Two days ago after a casual day of work coming back home to my desk (by the way always turn my computer off after usage), I turn on the computer and it boots up straight into the BIOS, I checked everything from connections to power and many ways to try and make the computer recognizer the drive...nothing.tried a different drive....everything works fine, so the issue is not with the computer.tired putting the Kingston drive to a different computer, but again same issue, (I tried it on few computers and I did have one laptop recognize the drive but booted up in to the BIOS and when pressing enter to boot with this drive it would reload the computer into the BIOS again and repeat the same process.that mean I LOST ALL MY DATA...EVERYTHING! ALL THE PICTURES, MY ITUNES BACKUPS, AND ALL MY WORK DOCS.the reason we backup to a computer is because it is safer to keep the data there but be aware that it is not the case with this Kingston SSD 1Great SSD drive - FAST, Compatible and Durable. Another fast, compatible and reliable SSD from Kingston. I've been using Kingston SSDs for several years - both in my personal laptops/desktops as well as for customers' computers. I have never had an issue with Kingston SSDs. Just recently I purchased a couple of SanDisk SSDs as they were a few dollars cheaper than the Kingston SSDs. Big mistake. Both SanDisk SSDs arrived Dead-On-Arrival. I'm not sure if they were damaged in shipping (although no visible damage) due to the poor packaging (retail blister pack) or poor shipping packaging (padded envelope) or the lightweight plastic case/housing of the SanDisk SSD.The Kingston SSDs feel much more heavy duty and durable compared to the light plastic toy-like SanDisk SSDs. I've used several different brands of SSDs over the years with Kingston being the most common. In the future I'll not waste my time and just purchase the Kingston SSDs.Highly recommended based on several years of using Kingston SSDs (several dozen still going strong). 5Well done, Kingston! I am dazzled by the speed, energy efficiency, reliability and low cost of solid state drives. They have been an unexpected delight. I used the current purchase to update a relatively old computer, and the improvement in time required to finish tasks is impressive. The only tricky part of this component installation was transferring information from a larger drive to a smaller drive. I used Acronis True Image Home to back up the (C:) partition, Recovery partition and EFI partition from the old C drive, and this information eventually filled about one-third of the new 120 GB SSD. I disconnected the old hard disk drive, re-booted the computer into the Acronis Rescue Environment using a previously-prepared CD-ROM and restored the backup information from the old boot drive to the new boot drive. To avoid competing boot drives on the same machine, I promptly renamed the Windows folder on the old hard drive to Windows.OLD, and there was no difficulty associated with this (but I used an old laptop with and external USB caddy for this step). I will probably wipe the old hard disk C partition when I am satisfied that the new configuration is hardy. 5SSD all the things!!! I have 3 Kingston SSD Now drives in other computers in the house, a few are nearing 4 years old and still run just fine. This drive has a different logo but seems to be just as fast in day to day use. I got the upgrade bundle in 240gb size for my wife's Inspiron one. I find 256 or so to be the sweet spot for a us. I do nightly image based backups of all the machines to a server in my house so I am not afraid of a cheaper SSD, plus I have many terabytes of on location networked storage for our files and projects so a smaller drive isn't a problem. It is night and day faster than the WD blue drive the machine came with. SSD is the "ram upgrade of the 90's" as in it makes a very noticeable speed difference, and with the price of SSD's now, there is no reason to have a client machine without one. The acronis software that came with the bundle worked first time and was quick and easy. I have had issues with partitions missing on past tries with acronis so I wanted to use a newer version, hence the bundle. The included external case is great. very easy to mount drives in and I have three of them now with old drives in them that I use for USB storage on the go. Also the hard drive mounting adapter was needed as this machine uses desktop drives. It came with all the screws needed. 5These things are amazing. I have now purchased three of these drives Why did I wait so long to upgrade to SSD for my boot drives. These things are amazing. I have now purchased three of these drives. Two 480GB drive for my two Desktops and a 250 GB for my wife's. The boot times are almost instantaneous, and the read and write speeds are lightening fast. The drives are very easy to install, come with everything you need, and the free software to transfer everything on your old boot drive to the new drive went without a hitch on all three computers. The price of SS drive has really come down in the past few years. More speed, less heat, and no noise for only a little more money than a standard spinning hard drive makes this a no brainer. 5Good Hardware, Poor Software, Overall Excellent Value The Kingston hardware kit is excellent. It provided all the gear I needed (and some I didn't). If you're looking for step-by-step instructions, you won't find that included, although it's pretty straightforward. And there are plenty of on-line resources if you have a problem.The included Acronis True Image HD software didn't work for me. It failed to clone the hard drive on my 6-month-old Acer PC. Neither of the 2 different methods recommended in their documentation would work. I called Kingston for help. Got through promptly to a helpful tech who listened to my story and quickly recommended, "You should download Macrium Reflect. It's free, and works directly in Windows." I did as he suggested and the Kingston SSD was up and running in short order. 4Best $130 dollar investment to make everything fly! Have a 2009 Dell Studio XPS with Intel i7 and SATA RAID-configured hard disk. It still has everything I need in terms of processing power and graphics (NVidia GeoForce) for what I do. Nowdays, there is no need to upgrade desktop/laptops every3 years. You can stay with them for 10 years for most work. Still after 7 years, it is going strong. Only needed to make it as fast as my MacBook and Yoga NoteBook thet I bought recently. Ordered this (480G) with the extra SATA/USB cable/adapter. The shipment through USPS came late (got credit for one month of extra Prime for that). Connected it with USB cable it had to the machine and used EaseUS Todo (did not realize that I could get a free copy of Arconis TrueImage for cloning downloadable for free with the code inside the package) to clone my RAID disks on it. Took less than an hour for 400 Gig). After cloning was done, turned the machine off and used the SATA cable and adapter that came with the package to install it inside the machine in the 3.5 inch disk bays. Left the BIOS as RAID (no need to change to AHCI), added it as the first boot device, and volia everything was at least 10 times faster if not more. The machine now flies and no more the disk head seeking head noise from the old drive. The two RAID disks are just now the regular cloning back up and I will not need to have the RAID config set up for safety anymore. Can break the RAID into two disks doubling the space. 5Easy installation, fantastic results Installed this into a Lenovo T430 to replace the original HDD and it couldn't have been easier. It was the exact same size as the existing drive, and required no special drivers. I installed Windows 10 from a USB drive in under 20 minutes, and once I rebooted from the SSD it only took about 5 seconds for Windows to load (literally).I don't do much with my computer other than email and documents so I can't make any recommendation for real performance -- my demands are so low that anything will perform well, and having this SSD drive has breathed new life into an old computer. If you're just looking for SSD instead of HDD, this has really proven the 50 bucks worthwhile.Now we'll see how long the drive lasts -- hopefully it doesn't break down after just a few months. But so far after a day, it's fantastic. 4
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For the price, I am impressed I bought one of the 120GB drives for an older laptop. I did not need the large disk space of my existing drive, but I did want the speed. This solved that issue perfect. After purchasing the one drive, I have bought 3 more for other older systems in my house. This isn't the fastest SSD on the market, but for this price you wont find much better. I have always trusted Kingston for my memory needs, and it seems I may go that route for my future storage needs as well.I have attached my test results on an i3-6100, 8GB DDR4 RAM, MSI H110M motherboard. 5Great Buy!!! I bought this SSD as my first ever SSD. I just wanted to play around a bit with a cheaper drive before I bough a larger more expensive drive. I must say, This drive delivers exactly what it states. I opened up the side of my system installed the drive in place of my raptor drive, installed Windows 10 from a usb drive on the SSD in 8 min flat and was surfing the internet. I downloaded a program called crystal disk mark to test the read and write speeds of the drive, this program as I was looking everywhere online seem to bee what most people use to test their SSD's, I did the Test and Wow, The speeds were phenomenal 447 Read speed and 427 Write. I was blown away, compared to my Raptor HDD which I tested at 102 read and 90 write at 10000 RPM. My system specs are: amd 4350 quad cpu , amd 7950 3g Gpu, Asus crosshair formula IV Mobo, Apevia 1100 W PSU, Corsair H60 cpu water cooler, Corsair Dominator Gt 1333 Ram. I would definitely recommend this product as a cheaper solution To SSD as performance in my opinion is right on the mark. 5itme unexpectedly stopped working 5 months later.. I do not usually write reviews but this time I had to since it is a concern for all of you buying this product.I read some reviews here before ordering this product, and some people complained that the SSD just stopped working unexpectedly ,but I don't know why I did not pay intention to them, since most of the reviews here were good.Two days ago after a casual day of work coming back home to my desk (by the way always turn my computer off after usage), I turn on the computer and it boots up straight into the BIOS, I checked everything from connections to power and many ways to try and make the computer recognizer the drive...nothing.tried a different drive....everything works fine, so the issue is not with the computer.tired putting the Kingston drive to a different computer, but again same issue, (I tried it on few computers and I did have one laptop recognize the drive but booted up in to the BIOS and when pressing enter to boot with this drive it would reload the computer into the BIOS again and repeat the same process.that mean I LOST ALL MY DATA...EVERYTHING! ALL THE PICTURES, MY ITUNES BACKUPS, AND ALL MY WORK DOCS.the reason we backup to a computer is because it is safer to keep the data there but be aware that it is not the case with this Kingston SSD 1Great SSD drive - FAST, Compatible and Durable. Another fast, compatible and reliable SSD from Kingston. I've been using Kingston SSDs for several years - both in my personal laptops/desktops as well as for customers' computers. I have never had an issue with Kingston SSDs. Just recently I purchased a couple of SanDisk SSDs as they were a few dollars cheaper than the Kingston SSDs. Big mistake. Both SanDisk SSDs arrived Dead-On-Arrival. I'm not sure if they were damaged in shipping (although no visible damage) due to the poor packaging (retail blister pack) or poor shipping packaging (padded envelope) or the lightweight plastic case/housing of the SanDisk SSD.The Kingston SSDs feel much more heavy duty and durable compared to the light plastic toy-like SanDisk SSDs. I've used several different brands of SSDs over the years with Kingston being the most common. In the future I'll not waste my time and just purchase the Kingston SSDs.Highly recommended based on several years of using Kingston SSDs (several dozen still going strong). 5Well done, Kingston! I am dazzled by the speed, energy efficiency, reliability and low cost of solid state drives. They have been an unexpected delight. I used the current purchase to update a relatively old computer, and the improvement in time required to finish tasks is impressive. The only tricky part of this component installation was transferring information from a larger drive to a smaller drive. I used Acronis True Image Home to back up the (C:) partition, Recovery partition and EFI partition from the old C drive, and this information eventually filled about one-third of the new 120 GB SSD. I disconnected the old hard disk drive, re-booted the computer into the Acronis Rescue Environment using a previously-prepared CD-ROM and restored the backup information from the old boot drive to the new boot drive. To avoid competing boot drives on the same machine, I promptly renamed the Windows folder on the old hard drive to Windows.OLD, and there was no difficulty associated with this (but I used an old laptop with and external USB caddy for this step). I will probably wipe the old hard disk C partition when I am satisfied that the new configuration is hardy. 5SSD all the things!!! I have 3 Kingston SSD Now drives in other computers in the house, a few are nearing 4 years old and still run just fine. This drive has a different logo but seems to be just as fast in day to day use. I got the upgrade bundle in 240gb size for my wife's Inspiron one. I find 256 or so to be the sweet spot for a us. I do nightly image based backups of all the machines to a server in my house so I am not afraid of a cheaper SSD, plus I have many terabytes of on location networked storage for our files and projects so a smaller drive isn't a problem. It is night and day faster than the WD blue drive the machine came with. SSD is the "ram upgrade of the 90's" as in it makes a very noticeable speed difference, and with the price of SSD's now, there is no reason to have a client machine without one. The acronis software that came with the bundle worked first time and was quick and easy. I have had issues with partitions missing on past tries with acronis so I wanted to use a newer version, hence the bundle. The included external case is great. very easy to mount drives in and I have three of them now with old drives in them that I use for USB storage on the go. Also the hard drive mounting adapter was needed as this machine uses desktop drives. It came with all the screws needed. 5These things are amazing. I have now purchased three of these drives Why did I wait so long to upgrade to SSD for my boot drives. These things are amazing. I have now purchased three of these drives. Two 480GB drive for my two Desktops and a 250 GB for my wife's. The boot times are almost instantaneous, and the read and write speeds are lightening fast. The drives are very easy to install, come with everything you need, and the free software to transfer everything on your old boot drive to the new drive went without a hitch on all three computers. The price of SS drive has really come down in the past few years. More speed, less heat, and no noise for only a little more money than a standard spinning hard drive makes this a no brainer. 5Good Hardware, Poor Software, Overall Excellent Value The Kingston hardware kit is excellent. It provided all the gear I needed (and some I didn't). If you're looking for step-by-step instructions, you won't find that included, although it's pretty straightforward. And there are plenty of on-line resources if you have a problem.The included Acronis True Image HD software didn't work for me. It failed to clone the hard drive on my 6-month-old Acer PC. Neither of the 2 different methods recommended in their documentation would work. I called Kingston for help. Got through promptly to a helpful tech who listened to my story and quickly recommended, "You should download Macrium Reflect. It's free, and works directly in Windows." I did as he suggested and the Kingston SSD was up and running in short order. 4Best $130 dollar investment to make everything fly! Have a 2009 Dell Studio XPS with Intel i7 and SATA RAID-configured hard disk. It still has everything I need in terms of processing power and graphics (NVidia GeoForce) for what I do. Nowdays, there is no need to upgrade desktop/laptops every3 years. You can stay with them for 10 years for most work. Still after 7 years, it is going strong. Only needed to make it as fast as my MacBook and Yoga NoteBook thet I bought recently. Ordered this (480G) with the extra SATA/USB cable/adapter. The shipment through USPS came late (got credit for one month of extra Prime for that). Connected it with USB cable it had to the machine and used EaseUS Todo (did not realize that I could get a free copy of Arconis TrueImage for cloning downloadable for free with the code inside the package) to clone my RAID disks on it. Took less than an hour for 400 Gig). After cloning was done, turned the machine off and used the SATA cable and adapter that came with the package to install it inside the machine in the 3.5 inch disk bays. Left the BIOS as RAID (no need to change to AHCI), added it as the first boot device, and volia everything was at least 10 times faster if not more. The machine now flies and no more the disk head seeking head noise from the old drive. The two RAID disks are just now the regular cloning back up and I will not need to have the RAID config set up for safety anymore. Can break the RAID into two disks doubling the space. 5Easy installation, fantastic results Installed this into a Lenovo T430 to replace the original HDD and it couldn't have been easier. It was the exact same size as the existing drive, and required no special drivers. I installed Windows 10 from a USB drive in under 20 minutes, and once I rebooted from the SSD it only took about 5 seconds for Windows to load (literally).I don't do much with my computer other than email and documents so I can't make any recommendation for real performance -- my demands are so low that anything will perform well, and having this SSD drive has breathed new life into an old computer. If you're just looking for SSD instead of HDD, this has really proven the 50 bucks worthwhile.Now we'll see how long the drive lasts -- hopefully it doesn't break down after just a few months. But so far after a day, it's fantastic. 4
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