Cons: piece of junk, very unreliable, Lasted 2 months and windows 7 stop detecting it. Had it repaired, one year later the same problem. ADATA's people are not replying to my e-mail for repair though the warranty is 3 years.
I had an impossible time trying to get the SSD copy software to work.
Big Walt "bigwalt", Amazon
27 December 2014
Summary: I had an impossible time trying to get the SSD copy software to work. I had to go through an elaborate registration process and never actually got it activated to migrate the drive. I had to purchase online software for $50 in order to migrate the two drives I purchased from ADATA.
Summary: Bought this with a new computer build a few years ago. I have sent it back for RMA twice, and it has started to go out for a third time (same symptoms each time). I've spent dozens of hours of troubleshooting and weeks of a drive-less computer while they ship me a new one.
Summary: Bought one of these with a new computer a while ago. It worked wonderfully, then died. I RMA'd back to ADATA (and they were very helpful) at the cost of $10 in shipping. They either fixed the drive or sent me a new one. Six months later the same thing happened.
Cons: This has got to be the worst documentation and support there is. The migrate program would not open because it would not except the Key. Adata support when finally contacted, I was told there was no one to take my call. To get this SSD installed I had to purchase Paragon Migrate.
Cons: This drive is advertised to have up to 550MB/s read and 510MB/s write speeds, I did some testing and found that my max sequential reads are 355.4MB/s which you might say isn't too bad, but here's where I'm upset, my max sequential write speeds are 73.07MB/s, that's not a typo, I get results that ...