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This review is from: StarTech SAT32MSAT257 mSATA SSD to 2.5in SATA Adapter Converter
Simple and elegant.
Cons: None so far.
Other Thoughts: None.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: SANDISK SD7SF6S-128G-1122 128GB X300 SSD MSATA
Pros: It's sata III, it is a msata based device. It is needed for a specific task thus I have not bothered with speed tests. I looked up, down between newegg and sandisk's site for power draw, there was nothing conclusive in terms of voltage/amps. Its 3.3V @ 2A which I only found out later after purchasing the product.
Cons: Sandisk did not mention details and they are difficult to find on the interwebz.
Newegg should post actual information on voltage. You can erase the lousy serial if its a problem.
Other Thoughts: Rated: 3.3V - - - 2A
Msata drive used together with startech msata->2.5 adapter.
3/5 for lousy photo/marketing nonsense but the device works.
Pros: I use it on my win10.
It has been through windows, photoshop cc, premiere cc, davince resolve, osx-tosh
Other Thoughts: It has switchable dpi for faster striding across the screen.READ FULL REVIEW