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First Look: Make your man happy with the Transcend SSD720.

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First Look: Make your man happy with the Transcend SSD720.

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Nothing spells romance better than a good solid-state drive, like the Transcend SSD720

Hey, ladies, wondering what to give your man and make him very happy? Well, I'm here to help. I'm Dong Ngo, after all. While I'm pretty close about what you want-- and in fact, some time, I think even you don't know what you want- I know really well about what a man-- we-- want. And this day, most men, among other things, want a good solicited drive like this SSD720 here from Transcend. If you don't believe me, well, believe me. In fact, you can give him this drive on any day at all, not just the V-day. And it's still quite romantic, I guarantee it. So, what's so special about this drive? Well, nothing in particular. And I couldn't help feeling romantic about it. That set is a very similar drive to all that I have reviewed. This one here support the standard SATA III, which offer up to 6 Gigabyte per second, it come in the 7-millimeter thick, meaning, it will work in any computer including some Ultrabooks. And for desktop, it also include this drive bay converter and enough screw for the installation. In my testing the drive here, it wasn't the fastest, but it was not the slowest, either. In fact, compared with hard drive, it will still prove to be the biggest upgrade in terms of performance for either a Windows computer or a Mac. And for those who want to upgrade from a hard drive, it also include a cloning software to make the job easier. As I mentioned earlier, this SSD720 here is quite affordable, costing well less than $1 per Gigabyte. This 256 Gigabyte version here costs at about $225 or 88 cent per Gig. The drive is also available in 64 Gigabyte, 128 Gigabyte, and 512 Gigabyte capacities. So, pick one that fits your budget. For more information on this drive and other, check out the full review at CNET.com, or you can send me question to my Twitter or Facebook. Now, the real reason why you should trust me on men is because I virtually have all SSD on the market, like these right here; and I still have one, and I will have more. "Why," you might ask? That's because I'm Dong Ngo. And this has been the first look at the SSD720 solicited drive from Transcend. You, not going to go anywhere.

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