The V300 may have a budget price, but it's certainly doesn't contain budget hardware. The V300 SSDs employ the popular SandForce SF-2281 controller which has been used in lots of SSDs in the past two years. Since the controller has been around for a while now, LSI likely is making it available at a reduced price, especially if you're talking Kingston volume.
The SF-2281 is combined with state-of-the-art 19nm ToggleFlash chips from Toshiba. The smaller transistors of 19nm flash memory make it cheaper to manufacture than 25nm chips. Many manufacturers use Toshiba chips for their faster SSDs, so Kingston must have made a pretty good deal to be able to use them in their affordable models.
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