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Pros: Seemed well built and well packaged (unlike a lot of cheaper SSDs I've purchased). Recognized without problem. Speedy enough for me.
Cons: None (so far). Little bit more expensive than some, but not much, and the build quality seems better as said before.
Other Thoughts: Using it for a Linux distribution and it works great. I trust this a bit more than my other bargain basement SSD purchases. Probably just physiological based on the nice box it came in. Oh, no screws though, but does have some kind of spacer included.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Compact, easy to configure (download the latest utility from TP-Link site (must hunt for SG105E - not on US site) . Cheap - $15 apiece with rebate. Buy two (rebate good for two and use port trunking to tie together clusters of devices in different locations of your your house - way cool. QOS and Port VLAN are also nicely done.
Cons: Version 1 device. No web based interface. Also remember these devices default to 192.168.0.1, and there is no firmware upgrade posted (end of life/caring?).
Other Thoughts: Shame these are v1 devices - forces configuration through windows. Ya know they are linux driven, why-oh-why do this to the Linux (an Mac) community? Still worth $15 bucks. I hear v2 is web based.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: - Have an 32 Gb HTC phone with Android 6. Put this SD card in, and I now have a total of 96 GB of memory (90 after format). Might be a slight operational slow down, but not enough to be annoying. Android 6 does a speed check, and it warned me against using a Sandisk Ultra card I was previously using for "portable storage". No warning on this card.
- 16 bucks for 64 GB of internal storage -- gee, I think Apple charges $200!
Cons: - Might be a slight speed decrease. Not noticeable to me, but I'm not an Android power user.
- You have to hope this thing is reliable, because bad stuff will happen if the card fails and it's configured as internal. Believe me, I'll let you know if the card fails!
Other Thoughts: Internet chatter says stay away from "internal" memory use because of speed decreases, but most of these people are beyond power users. I get tired of trying to shift apps, photos, and music over to the "portable" sd card. Some apps play the game, but a lot don't. I'm excited about this Android 6 ability, and this is a sweet price/memory point. Take movies with you! This amount of memory along with off-loads of video to cloud storage, pretty much solves any Android memory limitations.READ FULL REVIEW