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Pros: Fast, was a good drive when it was alive
Cons: It suddenly decided to take a dive after 1.5 years. I treated it fairly nice, and it ran as a second drive with Linux Mint in a lenovo y510p. I used it about 50% of the time, going back and forth between Linux and windows on that machine. It suddenly decided to die, and I lost everything on that drive.
Other Thoughts: Not recommended.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Frankly, it's beautiful, and has amazing specs for its price. the screen is sharp, and clear. Everything runs great!
Cons: Implents UEFI boot tomfoolery. Frankly, for this it looses an egg because its the worst invention since the dawn of time.
It can be disabled, but you pretty much have to be a power user to figure that out. After that wiping windows 8 and installing 7 went perfectly fine.
Pros: Good price, good form factor for light-weight laptop extension
Cons: Made of fail. Tried to install linux on it repeatedly. took a bunch of tries to get it to register properly, then it died, and I couldn't even get windows to recognize its existence.
Other Thoughts: RMAd it, we'll see if the new one works, but now I've spent an additional $10 to rma this thing, so I might as well have bought a more thuroughly reviewed 64 GB device.READ FULL REVIEW