The Apacer TurboII-AS602 comes in a very retail friendly package that allows the customer to quickly learn about the product. On the front Apacer proudly displays their Notebook Upgrade Kit details, the capacity of the drive and even a quick performance rating. We also found the 285/275MB/s at the lower right hand corner. On the lower left hand side Apacer shows their 5 year warranty logo.
The back of the package has some general information about SSDs and some specific specifications.
The inner package is setup very well with the drive in its own separate compartment and the accessories in another. This keeps your drive from being scratched or damaged during shipping.
The accessory package is well thought out and Apacer included everything needed to quickly and easily get your new drive up and running in your notebook. A mini disk with Acronis drive cloning software was a great addition, but the self powered USB 2.0 to SATA port makes connecting your drive to your notebook very easy. While you are cloning the drive Apacer even included a rubber surround for the drive.
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