Can everyone who is criticising this please explain - if I have two or more older PCs for light use that I want to speed up cheaply, how exactly is a bigger drive, even if ‘cheaper per GB’ better than this drive at sub £10? Especially if the machine in question can take the existing hard disk and the SSD in tandem (many laptops have obsolete optical drive bays now).
It's a great deal and perfect for me for stuff like launchbox where i need to boot up quickly on windows but have all my retro roms on an old hard drive. It's not much good for a single drive system but for those who want a multi drive system with windows booting up lightening fast it's great.
Perfect for using as an OS boot drive.
This is just what I was looking for, thanks!
Great price. I paid double this last year. Amazing how cheap these are getting. Would recommend getting a bigger one tho. My 60GB one was just for installing windows 10 and nothing else. Now I have 2.42GB left due to updates from windows ;(