Summary: Buy these if you are looking for a cheap and great performing SSD. this won't let you down.
Pros: Bought this to add to my RAID0 that consisted of two of the same SSD's and it did what I expected. One seemed to be brand new and the other seemed to be refurbished, but both looked perfect and performed at expectations. - Price was great compared to other vendors.
Cons: Nothing. I have already used the same model SSD's for almost 2 years without any hiccups. Solid and great performing SSD's.
Pros: I grabbed one of these refurbished for cheap, and am more then happy with my decision to do so. Comes preinstalled with the latest firmware (2.25), which is a huge deal because the OCZ 2nd Gen Sandforce based MTC drives are a huge pain to update! Pulling roughly 215mb/s in SATA2, 550 in SATA3.
Summary: Great SSD for the price! Still not sure what to think about the Write Speed.
Pros: Cost: $90 for 120GB; Greatest bang for buck that I was able to find. Shipping: On Time Read Speed: about 450MB/s consistently using BlackMagic for Mac. Super fast Start-Up Time.
Cons: Write Speed: about 160MB/s consistently using BlackMagic for Mac; I was really expecting more from the write speed. The Manufacturer Responses I have seen on other posts about the same issue explains this, but I don't know what to think about it. In any case, I use my computer mostly/solely moder...
Pros: Are you kidding me? What is to not like about this? Went from an increase in speeds like this? I am a very serious lover of good hardware, and I am very satisfied by this. No bottlenecking on this laptops hard drive now.
Summary: I purchased this 2.5" drive to hold the OS for a HP Proliant N54L server build. I am using an ICYDock dual drive bay instead of putting in an OD. As a consequence, I can't load the OS to the drive from a C.D..
Pros: * Sata III speeds. * Low Cost * Stable * Thin * Small Form Factor. * Looks New
Cons: * Win 7-64 bit Pro would not recognize the drive when put in several external enclosures.