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This review is from: MicroLux ML450SL 26-lb Portable Automatic Ice Cube Maker
Pros: Makes ices fast. Fifteen minutes after plugging in, some ice already made.
Cons: Motor that pushes ice out of device failed after 2 months. Ice still makes, but won't come out without manually helping the motor.
Other Thoughts: Find youtube video where people have made mini freezers into huge ice chests. Usually done by avid fishermen as a garage project.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: Rosewill RM-P2U 3 Buttons 1 x Wheel USB Wired Optical 800 dpi Mouse
Pros: Works on most any surface. 800 dpi is plenty of resolution/control. Fits nice in my hand.
Other Thoughts: It's a mouse, it either works or it doesn't. I got two, they both work just fine.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Fast fast boot ups. Old HP laptop had a lot of software and background processes running (for work) so it was crawling,crashing and I was cursing.
Imaged old hard drive to new using Linux boot disk and dongle.
Handles everything I throw at it. No more lock ups and no more BSOD.
Cons: Could be cheaper. I paid $104.99 in Nov 2013.
Other Thoughts: This SSD is SATA2.
The SATA3 disks are cheaper and are backward compatible. BUT, after reading many reviews, it seems that when a SATA3 SSD is plugged into a SATA2 bus, there must be some overhead for the backward compatiblity.
It SEEMS that a SATA3 SSD plugged into an SATA2 bus is slightly slower than a SATA2 SSD plugged into an SATA2 bus.
So after reading many reviews, I opted for the same SDD/bus SATA2 level. Your mileage may vary.