Kingston launches affordable A1000 PCIe NVMe SSD

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If your computer has a compatible PCIe-based M.2 slot, and you aren’t currently using it, you are making a big mistake. Why? Because NVMe solid state drives are insanely fast — putting SATA variants to shame. If your desktop doesn’t have an M.2 slot, don’t worry — you may be able to add one using a PCIe adapter card. Unfortunately, NVMe drives can be expensive comparatively. Thankfully, they are dropping in price all the time. For example, today, Kingston launches an all-new affordable such drive called the “A1000” and it looks quite nice. Unfortunately, it leverages PCIe NVMe Gen 3.0 x2…

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