Summary: Just upgraded 120G PS3 HDD to this 750G. Everything seems OK, but I can't get full 750G storage space. Here is how I upgrade my PS3 HDD. *note: I didn't perform backup since I didn't play too many games. 1. Download latest PS3 system file into a flash drive. 2. Remove old HDD from PS3 3.
Summary: I got this for my laptop about 9 months ago, I desperately needed space. Pros: 7200 rpm is fast, lots of space, small Cons: difficult to install (had to buy a caddy seperately in order to fit the hard drive in my laptop)
Summary: Purchased this drive after quite a bit of study. The fact that it was an open box item and used at that didn't deter me in that, according to the ad, it had been removed from new test laptops.
Summary: I purchased this drive as a replacement for my original 80GB PS3 hard drive. It is exactly what I was looking for and works perfectly. Good value for the price. I would recommend it to anyone looking for more memory for their PS3. (Heads up for those thinking of upgrading their PS3 hard drives......
Quiet and functional in my unibody mid-2010 Macbook Pro with OS X Lion
13 May 2012
Summary: Pros: - A pretty inexpensive upgrade and much cheaper than through Apple directly. Also a lot cheaper than the other major brand's 7.2k drive. - WORKS, not DOA, and very minimal noise/vibration in my Macbook Pro 7,1 Mid-2010 Core 2-duo 2.4GHz running lion 10.7.3 and then 10.7.4.
Summary: Just know that this drive doesn't come with Segate's G-Force SMS to detect if your device is in a freefall. That feature only comes on the 500 GB ST9500420ASG2 and the 250 GB ST9250410ASG2. I ordered mine elsewhere, but I still can't wait to get it in my 2011 MacBook Pro's current HD slot.