The Kingston V300 120GB uses Toshiba’s 19nm Toggle NAND and is the first SandForce controller drive to do so. The basic profile of the Kingston V300 120GB matches with its 240GB sibling. Because of the Sandforce controller, the write and read speeds are slower when it comes to reading incompressible data with speeds being 164 MB/s and 458MB/s compared to other SSDs in the market. When tested on compressible data, the write and read speeds were much higher at 527MB/s and 556MB/s. On a positive note, the pricing is extremely aggressive so it is still a good value for money.
Other than that, like all SSDs, the Kingston V300 120GB is about ten times faster than a regular hard drive and much more reliable. It is really shock proof If you are thinking of moving from an HDD to SDD, then this one is ideal with the kits available with everything needed for a seamless transition.
If all you are looking for is a SSD to replace your HDD and revive your desktop or laptop then this is the one to go for as it has all the standard features of the others SSD in the market and is the most cost efficient.