Summary: Purchased a year ago, there's no going back to a regular hard drive for your OS once you've had a solid state drive. The computer boot times are such a huge time saver, 2-4 minute start ups before and 15-25 seconds now.
Biggest single upgrade to computer usability I've ever seen
16 October 2014
Summary: With a failing original HDD in my older iMac (2007) I decided to spend a bit more money and get a nice SSD from the highly-touted Intel series of drives. I was utterly blown away with how fast my iMac ran after getting everything installed and running, really astounding.
Summary: Liked it while iit worked, but it failed months ago. Of course I didn't back up as religiously as I should've but the stuff lost was mostly expendable. In short I was very disappointed by its failure (of course no warning signs-you could run the drive checking or optimizing crap all day and it would...
Summary: The hard drive on my Dell Inspiron 1520 laptop crashed a little more than a year ago so I replaced it with this SSD. I purchased the laptop July 2007 with: * 2Gig memory (2GB Shared Dual Channel DDR2 at 667MHz) * 160G 7200RPM SATA HDD * Intel® Core(tm) 2 Duo T7300 (2.0GHz/800Mhz FSB/4MB cache)...
Summary: I never expected that Intel will make product which will not work as I can expect. I'm very satisfied with my SSD. Used in my ThinkPad W530. This is may be the best think that I can made for laptop. After replacement of original HDD with Intel 330, laptop works much better.
Summary: Works as expected. I put it into the external USB3 box and now I have a superfast data exchange tool. I ended up installing Ubuntu onto external drive, and with USB3 it takes 8 sec to boots up.