Crucial MX300 Review

👤by Tim Harmer Comments 📅16-06-16
Packaging, Bundle & Closer Look



Retail models of the Crucial MX300 will arrive in a fairly compact packs similar to that of their previous SSD releases, rather than the blister packs you might see for low-cost/value drives. The fact that it's a Limited Edition 750GB model is clear to see, as is the form factor. Pretty good start so far.



Package Contents:

BX200 SSD inside an anti-static bag
7mm to 9.5mm spacer
Data migration software key (Acronis True Image HD)


In addition to the drive Crucial also provide a 7mm to 9.5mm spacer (for compatibility requirements in certain laptop models and desktop chassis) and a license key for Acronis True Image HD. Acronis True Image HD will allow you to more easily transfer your system files from your older drive to the MX300, although in general we advise performing a fresh OS install if possible.



Crucial once again utilises a part-plastic, part-metal design for their SSD's housing, ensuring both low cost and decent durability. Technical information necessary for RMAs and other support enquiries is located on the reverse. As you can clearly see, the MX300 is a SATA data and power part with ports in standard locations for an SSD of this size.



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