Transcend SSD370 (128GB, 256GB & 512GB) Reviewby Kristian Vättö on January 27, 2015 8:00 AM EST
As Transcend disabled device initiated power magament (i.e. DIPM), the slumber power consumption is significantly higher compared to drives that have DIPM enabled. For desktops that isn't a big deal because there is no battery life concern, but laptop users are better off with a drive that properly supports DIPM.
Power consumption under load is also a bit high given that many modern drives are able to stay below 3W.