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Pros: I bought a pair of these for my wife some time ago and was quite impressed by the build quality of both the cord and the body of the headphones. I've used them a couple times and they are quite comfortable too. They even came with two sizes of nubs.
Other Thoughts: I don't have great expectations of sound quality or dynamic range from something this size or price, I just want them to be durable and comfortable, and these are both.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: 64GB SD XC Class 10 SCT Secure Digital Ultimate Extreme Speed SDXC Flash Memory Card 64G 64 GIGS GB FOR Digital Camera SLR Tablet Computer GPS with SoCal Trade Dual Slot Memory Card Reader
Pros: The USB card reader works well, which makes it an inexpensive, if slighly cumbersome USB drive.
Cons: My Panasonic HC-V100M won't record to it no matter how I format it (using the camera, or using Panasonic's formatting tool) On paper it meets all the requirements and should be compatible, but I get a "can't record to media" error every time.
Other Thoughts: I'm not 100% sure if the problem is the card or the camera, but I'm going to err on the side of the cheap generic media for now.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Drives like this are what the mSATA interface has been waiting for. As much capacity and just as fast as mainstream 2.5" SSDs and less expensive than most of them. This gives mini-ITX boards with mSATA ports a big advantage.
Cons: The screws that hold mSATA drives down are tiny. The way mSATA slots work I suggest inserting the card, putting the screw(s) in the hole(s), then push it down and turn the screws. This isn't a problem with this part, so it does not affect its rating.
Other Thoughts: These really are small. You can't tell from the picture, but they are as wide as a standard memory stick is tall.READ FULL REVIEW