Pros: Purchased 2 in August 2013 as upgrades for the "OS drives" of 2 desktops in my household. Have been running well every since.
Cons: One desktop, based on a UEFI Intel Z97 chipset motherboard, required a firmware update to be able to use the drive. (It was reported as non-bootable.) However, this issue wasn't the fault of the drive.
Summary: I'm honestly surprised that the screw pitch for the mounting adapter is CD/Floppy pitch rather than HDD pitch. I assumed that it was intended to mount into most 3.5" hard drive mounting locations and thus it would be wise to use hard drive mounting screw pitch.
Pros: As everyone says: it's fast! Good price per gigabyte Easy to install 2.5 bay adapter is nice (see cons though) Bay adapter positions the connectors correctly for 3.5" HDD fixed-position connector bays/assemblies Includes mounting screws Included software is a nice bonus
Cons: 2.5" bay adapter has a few problems. First, the side screws are not 'HDD-type' screws. They're 'CD/Floppy-type'. This change in screw pitch makes for some mounting problems if you have to use a specific screw. Example: My case uses special screws to mount 3.5" drives in a vibration reduction grom...
Pros: Have Had 2 of these SSD 128gb now for like 3-4 yrs. I got both, cheaper then this,1, at its current price. Fast, reliable, Makes a good gaming SSD now remember its a 128 gb so only a few games Makes a great 1st boot HD. with the main work on a 2ed HD
Cons: the only cone is the fact its a 128gb SSD If your using it, just for a boot up Hard Drive. and working from a Bigger gb HD. then this is the one. simple storage for the main programs. with a big hard drive for main storage
Pros: I've had this drive running as my primary OS drive in my desktop for over three years now. Fast drive, and not a single hiccup in that time. Windows loads fast, what more can you ask for. In the same time I've had other ssd's that have bricked on me (three letters starting with O), but this Adata...
Summary: Maybe good if you are windows + RAR person.
Pros: Cheap, fast, worked in hackintosh out of the box
Cons: Recurring corruption file system issues caused quite a bit time wasted. Adata released firmware to address curruption issues , but the process of delivering the firmware to users is simply unprofessional: - No firmware available for OS X .. need to boot to Ubuntu - English instructions for Window...
Summary: No worries of these drives failing with my previous drive over a year old.
Pros: Was using 1 as a user drive for over a year. Decided to upgrade the size of my Windows 7 raid. So I bought 2 of these for raid 0 and these are smoking fast. 7.9 on Windows Experience Index score.