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- Product DescriptionThe Intel SSDSA2M160G2GN 160 GB hard drive provides ample of space to store data and files. Reading and writing at the rate of 250MB/s and 100MB/s respectively, this Intel hard drive reads and copies files at a faster rate. With a 1500G / 0.5 msec shock resistance, this internal hard drive can stand free-falls without damaging the data. The SATA II interface of this Intel hard drive provides quick connections to multiple devices. This internal hard drive operates quietly, with a vibration of 2.17G. The Intel SSDSA2M160G2GN is ideal if you are looking for a reliable hard drive.
- Hard Drive TypeSSD
- InterfaceSATA I,SATA II
- Form Factor2.5"
Most relevant reviews
- guchi2005Aug 23, 2016by
It made my laptop performs like high-end computer.
Awesome performance. It worked flawlesslty. My 10 year old laptop feels like brand new.
Verified purchase: Yes | Condition: Pre-owned
- thaiduy2012Jun 02, 2016by
Verified purchase: Yes | Condition: Refurbished
- markscustomguit...Sep 09, 2011by
Incredible product Can't wait until these are the norm!
I can't wait until these come down in price . I cannot tell you how happy I am owning this for my main drive on my laptop. Yes I have lost a couple hundred GB in storage so I use external hard drives for data but the speed in which my 4 year old laptop runs now is incredible. No moving parts is the answer. Spinning hard drives have served us well for decades but now it is time to shelve them in favor of all SSD drives. This one has been running flawlessly for weeks now. no detectable heat, no noise, lighter weight. The only drawback is the price. New this is over 400.00 but that will come down in time. I am looking for one to use in my desktop which is 6 years old. It will be like a new computer. I highly recommend this Intel SSD. With 160 gb just install operating system and programs. your large amounts of data I use the original hard drive in a very small exterior HD case. I also use mini SD cards with the standard adapter. It is kind of like a 16 or 32 gb CD to carry music or video. I do install a small amount of audio video but I keep my library which is now about 5 TB on a Promise DAS with 4-2 tb drives using raid 5. that should protect my precious data from hd crash. unfortunately it would be too expensive to back that up or upload it to some cloud. But technology changes daily. This is top of the line today but I can't wait to see what Intel comes out with next year and so on. I gave this a 4 star rating . The only reason it is not 5 or perfect is the cost which leads to its small size. Funny, I call 160 gb small. My first computer had 2 floppy drives. Then I bought a new 286 which had a 10 mb hard drive. The salesman said It would take a long time to fill up 10 megabits! Hmm? I have already filled up my first NAS which was 2.7 usable TERABITES! Hey what comes after terabits? Enjoy. Read full review
- kmk.kingdom420May 06, 2013by
if you hate shopping around and care about quality buy it otherwise researc
These are great drives but fairly over priced if I hadn't gotten 2 on blk Friday I never would have bought anymore theres just too many options now for lesser of a price or more space for a few dollars more but in order to complete my raid set up I need to continue to buy the same drive so consequently i have little chose unless I wanted to start all over again and that wouldn't be a sound investment at all so here I am building a 600 raid outta Intel drives doh!
- t3ragtopMar 13, 2011by
iNTEL X25-M GEN 2 160GB SOLID STATE DRIVE
Shock, vibration, and gyroscopic forces are devastating to standard computer magnetic hard drives and using them in a car decreases their operating life considerably. I needed to build a tiny netbook computer to handle in car duties interfacing with my engine's electronic control module as well as an mp3 jukebox and the solid state drive was called for. The Intel X25-M SSD has features such as wear leveling and trim functions that allow Windows 7 operating systems to automate drive housekeeping as well as a software "tool box" that allows drive optimization and housekeeping to be performed manually under Windows XP. This solid state drive really lit a fire under the netbook, it operates very noticeably faster. From boot time to file transfers, this drive is incredibly fast as a primary hard drive. Price versus storage, this is expensive, but the extraordinary conditions presented by operation in a car's environment and the drive's 1,200,000 hour mean time failure rate made it comparably and competitively priced. Read full review