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How have Toshiba's Q series been holding up?

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More specifically, I'm looking at the 512GB 7mm model.
Right now I think I'm using an Intel 256GB 510 series & it's held up exactly as I expected it to.. But now, I've begun running out of space on it. I guess I should add that this is being used in a laptop.
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Toshiba makes SSDs for many computer OEMS, and have a strong retail presence in Europe. Toshiba recently acquired OCZ SSD.
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