Works as advertised, shouldn't cost as much as it did.
21 May 2014
Summary: It's fast, holds an operating system and a little more, great for what it is. I personally feel it should not cost as much as it did when I purchased it, but such is the way of things in life. If your looking for some speed in your boot-up process, this little guy will do the trick.
Summary: This SSD is fast and great, work well in my laptop. No problem at all using this SSD but i thought it was coming with a software like the Samsung SSD. That would be very usefull to help disable stuff in Windows and to optimize everything. Still able to do it manually
Confusing Benchmark Results : ATTO vs CrystalDiskMark
4 May 2014
Summary: HI ... on my Dell Optiplex 9020 SFF (i7-4770 3.4GHz) machine I have an ADATA XPG SX900 512 GB SATA III 6 GB/sec SandForce 2.5 Inch SSD (ASX900S3-512GM-C) installed as Drive C:. I cloned my original hard disk with Windows 7 Pro 64-Bit SP1 on to the SSD using Acronis TrueImage 2014.
Summary: I put this in my 2011 MacBook Pro. Install was easy and it's super fast now. Only holding back one star because my battery life seems to suffer a bit. It tends to be a problem with many ssd's. Not enough of a problem to want be to go back to my old drive. Stock drive would get speeds from 50-80Mb/s.
Summary: Be aware of potential issues migrating GPT formatted OS drives on systems that have an UEFI BIOS.
Pros: It is SSD, haven't met one that was slow yet.
Cons: Supplied disk migration software(Acronis True Image) does not work on drives that are GPT formatted. And, I think the UEFI BIOS may have also played a role. End result I paid 15 bucks for Paragon's "Migrate OS to SSD" software.