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[WCCF] Kingston SSDNow E50 Debuts – Enterprise Class SSD Series

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[Kingston SSDNow E50 is Kingstons latest, good value, Enterprise Class SSDS with a special focus on safety and security.

The SSDNow E50 series SSDs will feature an enterprise class SF-2581 controller.
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Full: http://wccftech.com/ssdnow-e50-debuts-kingstons-enterprise-class-ssd-series/
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3 Year Warranty? Enterprise? Really?
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3 Year Warranty? Enterprise? Really?

Three years is the typical replacement cycle in enterprise environments.
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Its the same warranty offered with other SSDs. The main focus is the encryption, not warranty =p
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