To cater as storage for small form factor mini PCs, notebooks and even for Intel Z97 chipset motherboards, Kingston started shipping M.2 2280 SATA SSD. The drive meets the M.2 standard, and 2280 is optimized for performance along with advanced garbage collections, wear-levelling and TRIM support. There’s also DevSleep feature that helps to manage power for the M.2 SSD as efficient as possible. This is useful, especially when used with portable devices that let you install such drives.For now, Kingston is shipping 120gig capacity. By Q3 2014, the flash maker will ship 240GB and 480GB counterpart. It comes with three-year warranty.