Kingston recently added the UV500 SSD series to both their consumer and business SSD lineup. This is Kingston’s first 3D TLC NAND Flash powered SSD to have hardware encryption and it is currently the only drive in the consumer lineup to offer encryption. The UV500 series is actually a touch slower than Kingston’s older UV400 series, but its available in more form factors, larger capacities and has AES 256-bit Hardware Encryption. Read on to see how the Kingston UV500 performs when we put four different capacities to the test.
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