Crucial MX200 SSD Review

👤by Richard Weatherstone Comments 📅25-05-15
Packaging & First Look

The drive comes packaged in a rigid cardboard box with glossy print. On the front of the package you will see a product image along with a sticker to the bottom left signifying the storage capacity of the drive in question.

The rear of the box will dictate what the product contents are, in this case a 2.5"-3.5" adaptor, Acronis True Image product key and the SSD itself.

The SSD has a low profile (7mm) so can be installed in thin ultra book style notebooks. It weighs next to nothing thanks to the full aluminium casing and thus is ideally suited to both desktop and laptop devices.

The rear of the drive has a variety serial numbers and product codes. We do however find that thankfully the storage capacity is identified. We also see that the drive is a product of China.

Overall, the MX200 doesn't look too dissimilar to the many other crucial MX drives on the market today with the same blue/silver colour scheme. It is fair to say they are pretty much identical with only the very basic info on the rear sticker showing any difference. Not that we are complaining you understand as we like that Crucial have stuck to an attractive branding style rather than changing for changes sake.

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