Summary: The product is great. However, the fact that your laptop comes with a mini-PCI slot does NOT garantee compatibility. Different manufacturers have different standards for mini-pci so, unlike regular size PCI, these slots are not compatible among one another. For example, my HP pavilion dm3's slot is not compatible with this drive.
Summary: I've reviewed a 2.5" SSD extremely favorably (rightly so) before, but this little guy adds the extra spark of genius innovation that is missing from a "traditional" SSD, if you can believe it. Who wouldn't want an SSD essentially permanently embedded within the bowels of their laptop?! I've one situated in one of my T420's PCIe slots; I wouldn't trade this for any other upgrade to my favourite computer. Ubuntu Linux is viciously efficient installed on this little chip.
Summary: SSDNow mS100 is NOT compatible physically with the HP Pavilion HPE h8-1214 Desktop PC's (Angelica Gigabyte motherboard). The SSDNow does not fit in the short "expansion slots" nor does it work in the HPE "mini-card interface." While these expansion slots look similar to mSATA, d'uh me, they are not the same thing. Note: The SSDNow mS100 ONLY fits a "mini-card interface" which is longer than the standard short-expansion slot.
Summary: This works as a 2nd internal hard drive in my lenovo u450p laptop! I was in need of extra storage space without resorting to external or networked drives and took a chance with this mSata SSD. I'm really glad I did. There was a single empty space underneath the laptop for a "Mini PCI ExpressCard slot compartment" per the laptop's manual that "houses the computer's Mobile Broadband card (WWAN) or SSD card (specific models only).
Summary: I have a Gigabyte GA-Z68XP-UD3 motherboard with an mSATA slot on board. I'm using the 32GB version as my Windows 7 boot drive. It gets a 7.2 in Windows Experience Index. Install was super easy. I bought this with the intention of using it with Intel Smart Response partnered with a 1TB drive, which I did for about a week or so. The performance just wasn't there and I decided 32GB was plenty for my OS and a few programs, and to just use the 1TB for data storage.