05 August, 2014: The Crucial m4 solid-state drive is competitively priced and offers fast performance. The drive supports SATA 6Gbps and works in all SATA-based storage applications.Like the rest of the SSDs we’ve reviewed, the Crucial m4 has the same shape, dimensions, and port design as a standard SATA 2.5-inch laptop hard drive, so it will work in any application where these hard drives would be used. We tried the drive with a few different computers and different operating systems (Mac, Windows, and Linux), and the drive worked well with all of them. For desktop computers, we were able to use the drive while leaving it unscrewed in the drive bay, as it has no moving parts and is very light. It would be better, however, if it came with a drive-bay converter, the way the OCZ Vertex 3 does. Similar to other high-end SSDs and hard drives, the Crucial m4 supports the latest SATA 3 (6Gbps) standard but also works with the popular SATA 2 (3Gbps) standard. To get the most out of it, obviously, using it with SATA 3 is recommended.

When used with a computer with an SATA 2 controller.

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