Final Thoughts

There are five different SSD drives available (64GB, 96GB, 128GB, 256GB and a whopping 512GB) and there is also the choice of just the drive or an upgrade bundle kit (which includes the drive, cloning software and installation guide CD 2.5″ SATA Enclosure with accompanying USB-to-mini-USB Cable Serial ATA data cable 4-pin Molex to Serial ATA power adapter cable Brackets w/screws for 2.5” to 3.5” conversion). This upgrade bundle is the one I have reviewed here.

As you could see from the performance tests, this drive is fast! It may not be the fastest SSD on the market, but it is one of the fastest.

The drive cloning software worked as expected, although for my own piece of mind I have always performed a clean install of Windows onto an SSD, then reinstalled my applications and moved over my data.

There is a 3 year warranty included with the drive, which should give you some peace of mind.

Price wise, the 96GB version reviewed here retails for around £175 with the drive only version retailing for around £120, although do look around for the best deal as Amazon had the bundle version for around £125, which is a good deal.


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