Summary: After having a crappy old 512 GB HD, I upgraded to this SSD and was blown away by the difference. Good bye loading times! Windows boots to the desktop in under 15 seconds, games load stupidly fast (I didn't even know that Skyrims loading screen had "Tips" in the bottom corner until I saw a friend play it on Xbox, LOL THOSE LOAD TIMES). Awesome product, no slowdown or problems yet with over 1 year of heavy use.
Summary: This drive is a little faster than my mechanical hard drive, but the main reason I bought this was for its native garbage collection feature, which does for the drive what XP can't. If I had Windows 7 or 8, I probably would have bought a Crucial SSD, because Windows 7 and 8 have TRIM garbage collection built in.
Summary: I was a little worried when I let a friend talk me into ordering it for my MacBook Pro but it is great. It is not set up to load from a Mac install disc but not to hard to get it going if you have a Mac that is running. Only takes 14 sec. to start Snow Leopard. This is Great Product!
Summary: I bought this SSD to replace an Intel SSD 510 that I had previously bought for my MacBook Pro 13" 2011 that was freezing ("beach balling") randomly. After trying everything I could to solve the issue with the Intel drive I finally gave up after reading so many comments in forums that made me conclude that these early 2011 MacBook Pros don't like SATA3 (6 Gbps) SSDs despite being supposedly SATA3 compatible (people seem to have been having problems with both Marvel and...
Summary: I bought this on a quick sale about 40 days ago (basically since I was upgrading laptop with SSD and didn't want my desktop to be slower, picked up for under $1/GB) Very happy with ease of installation which wasn't true of my much faster but initally problematic OCZ Agility 3. No firmware update was necessary so I immediately reinstalled OS (didn't want to mess with getting cloning tools, etc, plus I always like an excuse for a fresh OS).
Summary: I recently indulged, and bought my desktop a Kingston 96GB V+100. I was not disappointed. Granted, there are many newer, faster SSDs on the market However, in terms of reliability and affordability, the Kingston V+100 is hard to beat. The benchmarks on many websites can be misleading. The SSD may not bench well, but for real world performance, does admirably. My Windows loading times are now under 40 seconds, and my Windows Experience Index has risen to 7.2.