Summary: Bought this drive on sale and works as advertised. But one problem is the drive does not read/write j 450MB/s with compressed data benchmarks such as AS SSD. The results from it are around 180MB/s Read and 130MB/s Write.
Summary: This has been the home of my Windows 7 installation for the past 2 months and the ~10 second boot up still amazes me. I had no problems installing this although I expected to have some problems with the Sandforce controllers. This a definite buy, especially if the price goes well around or below the $80 mark.
Pros: Fast, Blows mechanical drives out of the water
Summary: I got Kingston for a good reliable product and I hope it lives up for years to come. Affordable 240GB SSD with good speed, saw 400MB/s at some point. Includes an adapter aka spacer to fit in laptops with the deeper 9.5 mm drive space. Overall I can't complain about the drive itself, but the package came with no mounting screws, this is not an OEM product, the packaging should at least come with 4 small screws.
Summary: Very strong SSD. It's quiet, provided a great boost in speed compared to my previous 7200RPM HDD. Everyday tasks have been sped up considerably including opening microsoft office files, windows startup, and file transfering. Very impressed and would strongly recommend this product.
Summary: So far I am happy with this SSD, it runs very quietly and I've noticed an improvement from using my HDD. I use it with my computer's startup and it shaves off about 40% of the startup time which is very nice.