Summary: The drive died (got bricked one morning) after just one year of moderate use. Had it as a system drive in a Mac Pro. While Kingston C/S is going to send a replacement SSD, I know for a fact that it will be a refurbished unit. Not going to use that or any Kington drive from now on.
Summary: After 4 tries to clone the current hard drive (with two different cloning software programs) and a 2 hour call with tech support, I am taking it back. Kingston warranty process requires you send yours back and they will get one out to you whenever they feel like it. No commitment.
Summary: It worked great for a few months and then it died. I called the service department which promised to replace it. However, only 3 month warranty on the replaced unit unless proof of original purchase was supplied. Don't buy it. If you already have one, save your receipt or other proof of purchase.
Summary: My wife bought this drive from Amazon for Xmas last year. It failed after about 2 months, and re RMAed it to Kingston, and they replaced the drive. The second drive lasted for a little longer, and then it died, and I replaced it with another brand.
Summary: I've been using Kingston flash memory for years, and this was the first time I used one of their SSDs. That's not to say I'm unaware of how to use SSDs: I've purchased and deployed quite a few of them in the past year, either as upgrades to my own computers or as part of repairing the computers of...
Summary: Terrible. I've used SSDs from Intel, Samsung, and Corsair and this one is by far the worst. Less than a year and it is already failing. Within the SSD market this has to be one of the worst. Not worth the money.
Summary: This SSD worked great for a few days. I put it in my MacBook partitioned it with BootCamp and had both Mountain Lion and Windows 7 running on it. Very fast on bootup for both systems. Left the MacBook on for a few days; came back to it, and the system was frozen. Had to power off.
Summary: I am having couple major problems with it installed on my iMac (Late 2009) 1) Negotiated Link Speed shows 1.5 Gigabit, it should be 3Gb (SATA II Controller). OWC had same problem with their SSD, but it has a fix. I think I have lastest firmware (501ABBF0), so I didn't try to upgrade it.
Summary: This drive was tried in a Macbook Pro 13" late 2009 model. When first installed, it worked fine. After a couple of weeks (at only half-full usage) it began to "slow down" and the beach ball from hell would appear for longer and longer periods of time.