Joined on 05/29/20
They're really not baffling with the name branding
Pros: - Lightning fast. - Errrr... Looks... Nice? Yes. - By the way it's really fast.
Cons: - None.
Overall Review: If you're on the fence about buying this product, just go ahead, you won't be disappointed. It comes in a sleek metal case which gives it a nice premium feel to the packaging along with a tiny manual booklet. I got the SSD without a heatsink since my mobo comes with a heatsink of its own for one of the M.2 slots, I would recommend to get a heatsink if your mobo does not have one since it gets kinda warm, nothing too alarming but there is slight heat to account for. The only insignificant issue I think I ran into was with the Acronis software, I didn't find any sort of serial key to license the software within the package, I thought the SSD's own serial number could double as a serial key for the software but apparently that was not the case either; I'm either dumb or something but I didn't see a way to license the software. The URL that comes in the manual to download the software doesn't even't exist anymore, I had to look under downloads to get the software; and had to make do with the unlicensed version. In any case it really doesn't matter to me since all I needed out of it was the disk cloning feature and that went without a hitch. I cloned the current boot up disk in my rig to the SSD, which went surprisingly quick; then just rebooted, went into the BIOSD and set my new SSD as the boot-up disk, everything worked just smoothly perfect, then I just formatted my previously boot-up disk, removing previously system partitions and whatnot. I'll post a benchmark screenshot below.