Summary: The product is ok. The company SUCKS! This drive was installed in my MacBook Pro approximately 2 years ago. It died about 2 weeks ago. Unfortunately, I didn't purchase on Amazon and no longer have the receipt. WE all know that if a manufacturer has the serial # and the model # of the SSD, they'll know when it was released for sale. The SSD has a 3 year warranty which OCZ refuses to honor! They keep insisting they need the receipt to authorize a replacement.
Summary: I bought this in September of 2012, and it has been working well up until about a month ago. Since then, I've had to rebuild my PC 4 times and finally confirmed it is the SSD. Their warranty process is also asinine. Needing the serial number makes sense, but needing a part number and not having this show up in your utility is a PITA. At this point though, don't even think of buying one, Get a newer model Samsung that is a better deal and faster...and works.
Summary: As of right now I cannot give this a good review. I have had it 10 months and it failed. Cannot recover my data. Looking back it looks like it was a bad SSD from the start but had not totally failed yet. So I experienced frustrating problems that was blamed many places with hours and hours of tech support when it was just my SSD from the start. I am starting the warranty process now and I will update once I am done.
Summary: Drive #1 shipped with new computer we purchase, SSD died within 60 days but by the time I got to contacting the company that sold it to me it was out of their warranty. Contact OCZ, RMA, new drive comes in. This drive lasted from 11/18/2013 through 2/6/2014 on a computer that gets next to no use as the person who uses it is in one day a week and turns the thing off after use. So seven to ten full days of use? Probably the same for the first drive.
Summary: The SSD drive makes this computer introduced five years ago feel like new. I bought it a year ago for an amazing Black Friday price elsewhere, and later built a homemade Fusion Drive for my MacBook Pro with it and a 750GB conventional hard drive. Blackmagic Disk Speed Test says I get about 130MB/s reads and writes, which is pretty good considering the drive is on a SATA II port. I go from the login screen to the desktop in under 25 seconds.
Summary: I got one of these earlier this year to play around with on a CustoMac I built a couple of years back. I got a $40 rebate so you can imagine how happy I was with the final price. It worked for about 4 months then started freezing up on me with the disk activity LED lit up for hours. Soon my system stopped recognizing the drive entirely.
OCZ Technology 256GB Agility 4 Series SATA 6Gb/s 2.5-Inch Solid State drive
27 June 2013
Summary: The price for this Solid State Drive could not be beat. Installed it into my Pavilion dv7-7047 cl Entertainment PC by HP and the system is as fast as lightening. I would buy this product again.