Well what controller does it use? As you know, only the controllers from Intel, Sandforce and Micron offer good random I/O performance.
Controllers from JMicron/Toshiba and Indilinx offer substantially less random I/O read and write performance, and have high write amplification ratio.
They should still be good for booting and application-launch though, as latency and random read performance are the most important factors here and even cheap SSDs can do this very well.
Generally i recommend the Intel SSDs, as they are only slightly more expensive but offer a very good controller that is far superior to the Indilinx-controller SSDs.