Great if you need a cheap SSD, but long-term quality is unknown
Got it on sale for 20 bucks, and with eBay coupon a $50 SSD became $13. Used it to swap an old 52k RPM WD Blue in a laptop, and after a drive copy, seems to be working just fine. Apps are loading faster, system seems more responsive, typical SSD I/O-OP goodness.
Only question is what form of NAND Flash it uses. It advertises 3D NAND, but that doesn't really say much about quality. My guess (based on a few google searches) is it's probably TLC, which is notably less reliable than SLC or MLC. Granted, it's not going to be used in any form of data-center infrastructure or something. The most daily use I'll get out of it is opening google chrome or zoom for work for a few hours, then back in the bag it goes.
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