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Plextor M3 Pro 128GB (PX-128M3P) Solid State Drive Review - Packaging

Plextor hits back against Team SandForce. Today Chris looks at the new high-end 128GB drive that is the talk of the internet.

| SSDs in Storage | Posted: Mar 26, 2012 1:25 pm
TweakTown Rating: 92%      Manufacturer: Plextor

Packaging

 

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The Plextor M3 Pro ships in a shiny package! The overall presentation is attractive, but we care more about the information given. Plextor is highlighting their five year warranty, software bundle and the inclusion of the desktop adapter bracket on the front. It's a good start.

 

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The full product specification sheet is listed on the back of the package. Other manufactures take note; this is what consumers want to see when shopping retail at the B&M stores.

 

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As if they could do no wrong in the packaging segment of this review, Plextor tucked the drive neatly inside of a foam base with the adapter bracket on the outside (it was moved so you can see it in the image). The software and manuals are slid into a separate compartment and placed in a separate bag.

 

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Few companies deliver such an extensive bundle.

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