Kingston SSDNow UV300 Specs, comes in 120, 240 and 480 GB capacities

Kingston SSDNow UV300 is the latest SSD to hit the market. Kingston SSDNow UV300 specs make it clear that it is a mid range SSD which targets those users who want a large increase in performance on your PC without spending much money.

Kensington SSDNow UV300

Kingston SSDNow UV300 SSDs come in capacities of 120, 240 and 480 GB and have the usual SATA 3 2.5-inch format that is used in most laptops and mini PCs.


Equipped with TLC NAND Flash controller Phison S10, it provides theoretical data speeds of 550 MB / s when reading and 510 MB / s when writing. It offers 85.0000 IOPS 4K random access in 120GB and 240GB models and 75,000 IOPS in 480 GB model.


At the moment Kingston has not revealed nor the date of arrival in stores or the price, but since we do have made clear they are mid-range devices, price is going to be on the cheaper side. It should be very competitive. You can already see that in our cheapest SSD list.


Competition in the mid range SSD is growing at an escalating rat and more and more SSD manufactures are butting a lot of interest in SATA 3 as it is being touted as next big thing in boosting transfer speeds.