Kingston UV500 3D NAND SATA SSD features 256-bit AES hardware-based encryption

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If you still haven’t made the leap from HDD to SSD, what the heck are you waiting for? OK, true, mechanical drives are more affordable when capacity is considered, but come on — the speed makes it totally worthwhile. It’s not like you need a fancy NVMe drive either — for most consumers, an inexpensive SATA-based solid state drive is more than adequate. Let’s be honest — outside of benchmarks and bragging rights, a blazing-fast PCIe SSD is probably overkill for the majority of consumers. Today, Kingston unveils a new line of SATA-based SSDs. They are available in three form…

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