REVIEW ANALYSIS AND FINAL THOUGHTS
The Kingston A2000 NVMe M.2 SSD seems to be firing on all cylinders. First off, it performs at above 2GB/s read and write which is something we should elaborate on. Kingston is the first to state that this is an entry level SSD. If you are going to be needing an SSD for faster business and enthusiast tasks, check out the Kingston KC2000 SSD. The key here is speed. I have been in the SSD business since day one and have no problem stating that, as long as you are using this SSD for typical PC user activities, there isn’t a person on earth that can differentiate between this and the best SSD on the market…when it comes to visible performance.
So let’s add to that. Capacities reach 1TB and MSRP pricing for this capacity is suggested at $99. There is a 5-year warranty and a card with a serial number to download a free full version of Acronis True Image HD software…which in itself runs for $59. This SSD is firing on all cylinders.
The only question that remains… What are you waiting for?