Summary: is was weary of buying a ssd fore a long time the $$$ and the revus iv seen scared me of buying them till not i figered it was time to tack the plung and risk 500$ hope it dont crapout on my in 1-2 months like i red
Pros: where to start fast my World of warcraft loads all most instintly to the pw screen loading it to the game wow like 3 times to 6 times farster if your tank or heeler this is a must lol can loag in much faster and som i did not expet it to do it cut my ram useg in 1/2 i got 4gb ddr3 ram i was maxed...
Cons: see if it last. if it last 6 years ill never go back to a plater drive agen but no cons so far PS sorry fore bad spelling hope pepple under stand it lol
Summary: Used in a usb-3 external drive enclosure as extra spave for my Macbook Retina. Noticably faster then convential hard drives, quiet, cool works great. I run a 100GB windows7 virtual machine off the drive and it's faster than when I had it in a bootcamp partition on my previous macbook.
Summary: I have been assembling my own PCs for 15 years, and this stands head and shoulders above any other upgrade I have made with respect to performance. Installed this with a motherboard, FX processor and memory upgrade along with Windows 8. It was easy to mount and simple (for me) to configure.
Pros: Very easy upgrade, user-friendly software, good capacity-price-performance. Oh... as usual NewEgg rocks!!!
Cons: None so far. Worried about reliability since this tech is new to me, so was careful about imaging my installation on an external SATA drive and I always back up my volatile data. Not even a hiccup so far, just being cautious.
Summary: I've been running a Lenovo x220 Tablet for the past year, and the samsung drive that came with it took forever to wake up, or had to be on max power settings. Since I use it both as a laptop and a tablet, waking quickly is important so I can save battery, but still react when a meeting calls for it.
Pros: Absolutely a great call for the price. Fit my Lenovo's x220's slim form factor requirements Good ratio of cost to size Cut my boot time and resume times in half... literally.
Cons: I admit I didn't do the max research before purchasing. I needed the size, almost as much as I needed the speed boost. Could another drive have been much faster? I'm not sure
Summary: Unlike a Samsung SSD this one tends to require a refresh just to see the contents, it's not a good kind of refresh because when does it really need a refresh but rarely? And I've been waiting for a while and it seems that it won't stop refreshing because it can't seem to load all files.
Summary: This was supposed to be a Desktop Upgrade Kit but it really isn't. There was no SATA cable and cloning software. For someone with average knowledge about this stuff, doing all of this without guidance is pretty difficult.
Pros: has a desktop mounting bracket.
Cons: no SATA cable, no cloning software, no directions on how to ACTUALLY install