This SSD is definitely for laptop, but i am using it in a desktop, i am not that tech savvy, but managed to install it, and have an operating system loaded onto the drive, its not very hard. its pretty tiny, you can easily tape it or screw it. Did Not require enough space, also its fairly light too. i just have my operating system on it, and using another 3tb hdd to store other stuff, the performance on SSD has impressed me so much, that i might make the jump soon to a 1tb SSD
I just want to upgrade my laptop hard drive with a low budget to speed up the loading speed on windows 10. This SSD load windows very fast comparing 7200 hard drive. The installation was easy, it is so much better than HDD since it loads windows and applications much faster. Fast and reliable SSD, works perfectly and give a new life to my laptop, super fast delivery, good packaging, and reasonable cost.
Londisk 2.5 inch 120GB SSD came nicely packed without any damage. This one is very inexpensive SSD and provides dramatical improved on windows boot up and loading and transfer times are fast when compared to mechanical hard drive. Since there is not moving part in SSDm it is alway quiet and making less likely to fail than a mechanical hard drive. Also this SSD Comes with 5- Year Warranty
This is a good cheap SSD, its works well and somewhat decent in terms of speed. The outside casing of this SSD is solid. I used this as a boot drive and my PC boots in less than 10 seconds. I recommend this to those who are tight on budget but wants some performance. Hopefully my data won't be under hostage over saving a few bucks.
This SSD drive is noticeably faster than a regular drive. You just plug it into the SATA III interface cable and attach the power cable. Your operating system might recognize it right away. I rebooted anyway, just to be sure it doesnt get confused. It worked right away. Just follow the screen prompts.
I am using this as a backup and removable drive type so that I can store information and open it on other systems. At first, my windows didn't recognize it. But later I went to disk manager and did a disk partition so that windows can show this device.