Summary: I looked at the reviews and some people were saying things about booting up with this drive and it running with some hiccups. I would agree with all of those complaints. My system has not run as smoothly as I would like since I've installed this.
Summary: This SSD seems to work well, however it is a replacement. The first one failed after onr week. Amazon was good about getting me a new one shipped quick and I also quickly returned the failed on. The one I have now seems to be lasting longer, just have to wait and see.
Summary: I hoped this would work with my MacBook Pro, and for the most part it is WAY faster than my previous (non-SSD) drive, but the extremely long hangs that occur throughout the day are less than ideal.
Pros: Very fast, makes no sound whatsoever
Cons: Causes my Macbook Pro to freeze for 20-30 seconds, about 8-10 times a day, depending on usage. I've tried enabling and disabling TRIM, there is ~80GB free space. When I use the Activity Monitor there is a huge I/O spike when these happen.
Summary: This is my first SSD though I have since bought 2 others (from different manufacturers). Bought this on 7/20/12 from Amazon. Very fast and installed just like any other hard drive...very easy. Worked great for a few months but started to freeze up, sometimes during booting.
Summary: I dropped this into a 2008 aluminum MacBook with OS X Mountain Lion and noticed it wasn't as fast as I thought it should be although it was much faster than my old HDD. My MacBook has a SATA2 interface which allows 3Gigabit Link Speed but the drive would only negotiate a SATA1 or 1.5Gigabit Link...
Summary: I threw these into my HP Envy 17" laptop. I was originally on two 500 gig 7200 rpm 2.5" HDDs in RAID 0. I moved to a pair of these in RAID 0. So far...I haven't seen any difference. Nothing boots faster, loads faster, etc.
Pros: Pick this up during the whole Black Friday/Cyber Monday sales. Was cheaper than normal, that's about it. Only moving parts in my laptop are now the fan and optical drive.
Cons: More expensive than a normal hdd. No discernible difference between these and my old 7200 rpm hdds. Maybe if I pull out a stopwatch, I'll be able to see myself save 1-2 secs loading a game level or something.
Summary: I purchased the 240 gig version of this drive and, now that it's finally up and running, I'm happy with it. I will be more confident 6 months down the road however. I upgraded from an Intel earlier generation 80 gig SSD because the operating system (Win7 Pro) and installed software were taking up...
Summary: I bought the 60GB model. Very well packaged, it contains all you need. I installed it on a SATA III (6GB) port, I confirmed this via the Intel Rapid Storage GUI Console. The Intel SSD toolbox software is very easy to use for all tasks.
Summary: This drive is fast and you get a lot of space for your dollar, but mine failed with a data integrity error within two months. I can't give this product anything higher than three stars for that reason.