500GB Kingston A2000 SSD M.2 NVMe Review

The Kingston A2000 isn’t particularly new, but SSD storage constantly getting cheaper it has reached the point where even the most affordable of builds can use an NVMe drive for the primary disk.

I bought the 500GB Kingston A2000 on Prime Day for a bargain £44.98 (currently £57.70) and at the time the price difference between this and a generic 2.5” SSD was just a few pounds.

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