Summary: Looks nothing like the picture. Is grey, no blue intel logo, and has a sticker across the front. Was hoping for it to be a clean look but nope. Still good tho. Glad I got it while it was only $60 now it's goin back up in price.
Summary: Held true to its statement of being the fastest SSD at the time of purchase. Yet the 180 GB turned out to be insufficient in a short time so I ended replacing it with a Samsung SSD 840 Pro 240 GB. Just today I sold it to a friend and helped him place it inside an aging 27" i7 iMac, by swapping the DVD drive. It gave new life to the machine! InDesign CS6 took 10 seconds to open the first time and 3 seconds the second time!
Summary: I'm sure you know how awesome SSD's are so I'm not going to explain that. I use it it a desktop PC for my OS and applications and have standard hard drives for media. I've been using it for over a year and have had no problems.
Summary: 14-Months ago, I used this 240GB SSD to build a replacement for my primary PC. FYI, it has been running Windows 7 (64-bit) with 16GB of memory, an Asus P8Z77-V motherboard with an Intel i7 3770 CPU, a Seasonic SS-560KM power supply and a secondary hard drive (WD1002FAEX, 1TB, Black), all enclosed in an Antec P183 case and supporting an Asus VE278Q HD monitor and Edifier Exclaim e10 speakers. 6-Months ago, I upgraded my sister-in-law's old laptop.