Summary: I've replaced about 8 laptop hard drives with Crucial SSD drives. Thought I'd give the ADATA a try due to the great price. It worked like a charm so far and I've had no issues. Hopefully it will last in the long term.
Summary: This device truly unlocks the potential of my tri core processor with 4 gigs of ddr2 ram. I love it. The only down side is the complexity of having to store info between two hard drives due to it's small size. My Microsoft office products won't even function on the other drive. I am fairly technologically savvy, just have not had time to figure out why yet. Overall I highly recommend this hard drive.
Summary: No complaints here so far. This is running as an OS drive in a multi-boot system along side OCZ Vertex 3 SSDs. This ADATA isn't quite as fast, but it is fast enough, and for the price, that's fine with me. Since SSDs are coming down in price, you may even be able to score one of these for even less than I paid.
Summary: I got this drive to use as a caching drive with a Z68 board and installed it after the main OS installation. It worked really well and boot times are now very fast as are most programs I regularly use. As a cache drive can be max 64GB this was almost perfect and the price was good which is what sold me.
Summary: I bought 2 of these for $70 each and let me tell you, they were well worth every penny. Windows 7 starts up in no time, maybe 20 seconds after the RAID post. And by boot uup I mean instantly ready to use. No delay in program readiness. The RAID scores a 7.9 on the experience index absolutely destroying my Core i5 at 7.4 (I have a 2300 at stock). In synthetic benchmarks I am pulling a little over 1Gb/s read and a little under write.