Reviews and Problems with SanDisk Ultra Series (SDSSDH-120G,SDSSDH-240G)
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The first was great, so I bought another
31 August 2015
Summary: I bought one of these to use in my old Lenovo ThinkPad. It significantly cut down on the boot time, improved battery life, and I don't have to worry about that ridiculous G sensor in Lenovo's that stops the hard drive if you move it, thinking the laptop was dropped.
Absolutely lives up to the hype in terms of speed and reliability.
Julia and Erik, Amazon
18 August 2015
Summary: This is actually the second SanDisk I bought; I picked up the 120gb model for another build's boot drive, and liked it so much that I got this one for my laptop to replace the blown-out HDD. The Good: It's light. REALLY light. It feels like you're holding a few baseball cards.
Summary: Bought this SSD to replace OEM HD in order to speed up my wife's laptop. Indeed, this dramatically improved the user experience. The WIN7 boot time decreased by an order of magnitude as well as an exit from suspend state. I have it already about a year without any problem so far.
Summary: Installed this as the primary drive in my Mac Mini and moved the mechanical drive to the secondary space. I don't have any fancy statistics, figures or benchmarks for this drive or my computer before an after. All I can tell you is that my computer absolutely smokes after I installed it.
Summary: Standard physical install plus Macrium Reflex clone of C: Drive. Much improvement over really slow ATA drive. Ok after one day.. About equal to year old Samsung 250, but cheaper (Moore’s Law). UPDATE: Samsung SSD I installed this as my C drive in a Win 7 Computer.
Summary: Replaced one of the two original HDD's in my 3 year old laptop. Great increase in boot and shutdown times and noticeable speed increase in regular usage. Installation was easy, used the included spacer to fit. Set-up wasn't what I expected.