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Kingston SSDNow mS200 240GB mSATA SSD
Author: Jason Kohrs
Manufacturer: Kingston
Source: Kingston
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July 11, 2014


The 240GB SSDNow mS200 arrived in the rather simple packaging shown below. Similar to how a single stick of laptop memory might be sold, this SSD is sealed in a plastic case with a black back and a clear front.

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The drive and its data label are fully visible from the front, while on the back of the packaging we find another sticker that doesn't feature much in the way of interesting information for the end user.

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The image below shows everything that is included... the SSD and a simple "Getting Started" guide.

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The Basics:

The below left image shows the front of the drive, where a large label has simply been applied to the memory chips and other features found on this side of the device. The golden fingers to the right will make the data / electrical connection with your system, while the two holes nearthe left edge will allow bolts to hold it securely in place. The image of the back of the card shows that the memory chips are Micron branded and that a Sandforce controller (SF-2281 VB4) is being used.

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Merely for a point of reference for those that may not be familiar with mSATA SSDs, the image below shows the SSDNow mS200 SSD next to a US penny.

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