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Pros: It fit the PCI-E slot
Cons: Card is recognized, but the setup process involves running an .exe program on the supplied CD to get the drivers. That takes a while. Then, the computer sees the card as active and no problems but as soon as you plug something into it (even a Thumb Drive), you get a "Device overload" error message. Nothing that I plugged into it worked.
Other Thoughts: It was cheap, so I didn't lose much money. Deciding on whether to return it or not.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: Transcend JetFlash 600 32GB USB 2.0 Flash Drive Model TS32GJF600
Pros: Lived in my pocket for 3 years. Endured rain, snow, heat, cold, at least one trip through the washer, and a lot of use.
Cons: It died after 3 years despite the tender loving care that I gave it.
Other Thoughts: Transcend is sending me another one for free since they have a lifetime warranty.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: For the price, you can't beat it. In everyday use, with all other components of the PC being the same, it will perform on the level of Intel's Core i5, which costs more than twice as much.
Cons: Haven't come up with any negatives.
Other Thoughts: My main Home PC is an original Core i5. My office PC has the X3 in it. I see very little performance difference between the two very different computers.READ FULL REVIEW