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Pros: Packaged nicely, with instructions in English for those that need them. The 2.5" drive I used was simple to install in this enclosure. Included, was a cable, a spacer, and a nice little pad for the enclosure to rest on while in use. Add in USB 3.0, simplicity of use, and the price, and it makes this one a winner.
Cons: None whatsoever.
Other Thoughts: I recommend this product, and will buy again.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Case looks nice, and it was packaged nicely. Orico usually has pretty good products.
Cons: This enclosure is defective. It will not consistently work. Tried swapping cables and drives, no difference. It's a turkey shoot. I have other Orico products that work great, which is why I bought this for some laptop drives I have. For the price I paid, it's not worth shipping back.
Other Thoughts: I would not recommend this product. It's buggy, if it works at all.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: It works, albeit slowly. Was shipped promptly. Price was decent.
Cons: Came in a simple plastic shell. No paperwork from Mushkin at all. The CrystalDiskMark read-write numbers were substantially lower than my Samsung 830 series SSD, in some cases by almost 40%. It's also slower than my Crucial Adrenaline. I'm not getting anywhere close to the numbers advertised for it. The numbers don't lie. It feels light and plastic compared to other SSD's I am using.
Other Thoughts: If it were not beyond the 30 day return window, I would send this back. Even for the price, it's just too slow, and feels too cheap for me to consider using as a "C Drive". This makes the second Mushkin product in a row I've made that I've not been happy with (the other was for RAM that failed).READ FULL REVIEW