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Pros: Z8500 quad with 4 GB ram performs well, with Windows10 Home
Will run Linux with effort
Cons: Only certain USB keyboards work prior to boot to enter bios.
Battery will not charge and unit overheats. This is a defect in the battery charging circuit. I done what another reviewer did, remove the covers and battery. Now unit runs cool. since the unit is VESA mounted to display. The dock should be part of unit, since unit is useless without it. mini USB useless, no ventilation ports.
Other Thoughts: I purchase an IView stick with older quad core Z3735F intel and only 2GB memory and 32GB emmc drive. Came with a nifty wireless keybord. Was significantly cheaper and works way better overall than Kangaroo. Nice ideal but no kudos for this unit due to many shortcomingsREAD FULL REVIEW
Pros: My first M.2 USB 3.0 enclosure. I have a KINGWIN KM-U3MSATA Aluminum Black mSATA USB 3.0 SSD Enclosure (see my review), which is a msata but had to drill ventilation holes. This enclosure has ventilation on both narrow edges. Both drive are excellent as far as performance and connection using USB SCSI standards
Cons: NoneREAD FULL REVIEW
This review is from: Silicon Power 128GB Blaze B30 USB 3.0 Flash Drive (SP128GBUF3B30V1K)
Pros: Lots of storage cheap when on sale> Attractive compact durable design.
Cons: I have purchase 3 over last 7 months. Not even close to speed claims
on Windows 8.1 and 10 or Linux.
Drive will be dead when trying to make bootable. Will not be recongnized on any usb port. Used all the utilities on silicon power website to no avail. I thought the first drive was a fluke to repeated the same procedure I have used on many flash drives. 2 drive dead and iun-recoverable. USE ONLY AS STORAGE WILL TAKE NTFS OR EXT4 FORMATIING!!
Other Thoughts: I read all comments about this issue and cannot find a dependable thread or discussion. Manufacturer is not helpfull.
May just be this particular model, but cannot take the chance.