Summary: Used this to get my MacBookAir 1,1 (Original) back up and working. Running Fedora 19 on it, and it boots to the desktop in 8 seconds. At first I was worried about buying a lesser-known brand of SSD, but after doing research on others buying the same drive for the same computer, I took the plunge. I'm glad I did, and my MacBook Air is faster than the day I bought it!
Summary: I've bought two of these to replace the drives in a Dell D420 and a D430 laptop. Easy installation, no driver required, just works. One of the drives I replaced was working properly, but was too small and too slow. I used the included cable and software to mirror the existing operating system. The other drive I replaced was beginning to fail so I started with a clean OS on that system. Both methods worked on the first try with no issues.
Summary: My MBA was getting a little long in the tooth. I use it almost every day and love it for its light weight, decent screen, and keyboard; the drive was letting me down, however. After much research I decided to get this SSD and am quite happy that I did. I've worked a fair bit on laptops, but I still think that the install with some help from ifixit is pretty straight-forward. Decent instructions, an enclosure for the original drive, and cloning software are included.
Summary: I bought this RunCore 128GB PATA ZIF SDD to replace the original 80GB drive in my 1st-gen Rev A MacBook Air (Model A1237). What an improvement - the MBA now boots in a flash (no pun intended) and launches applications lickity-split. I wish I had made this upgrade years ago. The original Apple drive was the same/similar part used in the old iPods. As such, it was designed to be extremely low-power, with slow rotational and seek speeds.
Summary: Mounted in a MacBook Air first generation, bigger and faster to the original 80GB. The box include a case to use the older hard drive in USB, the notice to disassembly to put the SSD inside the MBA and there is in the SSD the soft to copy all your data (Carbon Copy Cloner)
It works as expected and really improves the performance of my Dell mini 9!
ERIC DESPRES, Amazon
12 December 2012
Summary: I have a Dell mini 9 with a 16GB SDD and 1GB RAM, which was running Windows XP. This laptop was very slow. Too slow. Every time I used it I wanted to throw it away because it was so slow. I decided to have it updated to Windows 8 since I was not using it for other stuff, so I needed to upgrade the 16GB SDD. I bought this 64GB SDD to get a lot of space for future use, because I did not know how much space was required by Windows 8.