Summary: great I have a 512 in my laptop (dell precision m2400) which replaced a slow, sluggish 5400 rpm drive. only problem is very expensive but I bought mine a few years ago when there was a sale and it was like 350$ which is ok but just get a Samsung, They're cheaper, and probably faster because they are newer
Summary: I've sold the laptop that I installed this in but can attest to the fact that the laptop would boot up and shut down in less than half the time after installing the digital drive. I used the laptop to edit HD video and it helped that process somewhat also. Installation was pretty straight forward with no surprises. It went into an Asus G70 at the time. It also had a larger capacity standard mechanical drive as well.
Summary: Worked okay for a year, then died. First time I was able to get it operating by unplugging it but only worked for a couple of days, now completely dead. With all the lost data I'm not sure if I will bother with the RMA. Easier just to buy a different brand.
Summary: I got this gem on sale, so it was a really good deal. Worked right out of the box - once I remembered it needs both power and SATA to function. SSD is so much better than HDD. Would buy again, just as soon as I run out of space again.
Summary: This is one of 3 that I have bought, after upgrading my main desktop custom built pc to windows 7 pro 64 bit and this solid state drive. It is amazing how much faster it is! Boots in less than 30 seconds! I decided to do the same upgrades to my laptop, and other custom built desktop. Couldn't be more happier!! Excellent upgrade, and 128GB is plenty of space for most people.
Summary: I installed this baby on a brand-new PS4. Since I did this before booting any games, it is difficult to determine how load times have varied, but I can vouch for it working just fine on this game console.
Summary: crippled with bad blocks. Tried to reformat but same problems occurre after a few weeks. I have already reformatted and reinstalled 4 times. tried to upgrade the firmware to no avail. Expensive piece of junk.
Summary: Pros: quick start-ups and re-boots, dead quiet, 128GB is plenty for us since only software is on it and all data is kept on a server. I expect that SSD's will be my choice for all future computer builds. I trust Crucial when it comes to memory chips. Cons: None so far... has been in service 2 months.