Reviews and Problems with Transcend Premium SSD320 (TS64GSSD320,TS128GSSD320,TS256GSSD320)
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Did not fit my ultrabook - probably a good product
James L. Davis, Amazon
27 March 2014
Summary: I bought this for my ASUS ultrabook, but it did not fit, so I returned it. Thank you, Amazon, for your return policy. It was the size of a normal laptop hard drive, so would have worked fine there. I should have opened my new laptop before ordering this.
Pros: Fast, easy install to laptop. Worked just fine until...
Cons: Drive completely died out of nowhere, tried to slave to another machine to test and nothing. All data gone....just gone! Not to sure if I would recommend this , probably wont take my chances on this particular brand again. Not Happy at all.
Summary: Bought it as a 2nd hdd for my laptop. The installation was already a pain as it couldn't be recognized - had to use a desktop to format it first. Then during the 2 months use, it disappears from time to time. Finally decide to return it. Maybe it's just compatibility with the laptop.
Trenscend 356 not as fast as my kinsgston 120 v+200
18 August 2012
Summary: My System Sony VAIO SA3 Series VPCSA3AFX/SI 13.3-inch LED-backlit display with 1600 x 900 resolution for native HD 720p viewing 2.4 GHz Intel Core i5-2430M dual-core processor (3.0 GHz with Turbo Boost Technology; 3 MB L3 cache) 8 GB of installed DDR3 RAM 1333 MHz My read 214.4 mb My write 229.7 mb...
Summary: It seems like a decent SSD and I bought it when it was on sale, so I was very happy with the price. However, after putting it in and installing the OS, I started having issues. After running some advanced scans, I found that it had bad sectors, which up to that point, I must admit, I didn't know a...
Summary: I've bought this less than a month ago. And yesterday my system has almost crashed. The reason was in appearance of 2 bad sectors on my SSD! Not a pleasant surprise. As I understood, bad sectors could appear on SSD, but they must be traced my the SSD firmware and not lead to data loss.