Crucial BX300 Review

👤by Matthew Hodgson Comments 📅29-08-17
Packaging, Bundle & Closer Look
The BX300 arrives in a square box with a flip lid, featuring a large photo of the product on the front with an angle of the SATA connection. The capacity is clearly stated alongside the form factor, in this case being 2.5 inches.

The drive is held in place within the packaging by a thing plastic shell, due to the complete lack of weight in the product, this is more than substantial enough to offer adequate protection.

The drive also arrives with a spacer, used to install the SSD into any system that is designed to accept a 9.5mm SSD, as opposed to the 7mm that the BX300 conforms to. Crucial offers a product key to Acronis’ True Image HD, a piece of software designed to migrate your data from your current storage media to the shiny new SSD.

On the front of the Crucial is a large blue sticker, within which is the BX logo in a lighter shade of blue. This drive would suit most current builds and is designed to fit into any laptop with a 2.5” drive bay, either with or without the spacer.

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