The Kingston SSDNow V Series 30GB Boot Drive is available separately, or as part of an upgrade kit including cloning software, disk mount brackets and cable extenders for serial ATA (Sata) data and power.
According to Kingston, the cloning software lets users move their operating system and applications over to the Flash SSD, which then becomes the system boot drive, while their old hard disk can be used just for storing data such as music, video, document and photo files.
Step-by-step instructions are included in the kit, which is backed by a three-year warranty and 24/7 technical support, Kingston said.
It is due to go on sale by late February for less than £90.
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