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Pros: It works ok when it works.
Cons: It is unstable and as of this writing (January 2013) it is an older and not well-supported adapter. The very latest drivers are from 2009.
I do not recommend this particular PCI wireless adapter. I recommend that you get something else. I won't purchase this one again.
This review is from: Rosewill 2 Amp 4 Port USB Wall Charger RUC-6180 for iPhone/iPod/iPad/MP3
Pros: -Compact design: This one 4-slot charger easily replaces 2 or more single USB slot chargers
-2 Amp output: charges power hungry devices like the iPad that other chargers can't power. This also means that you can charge two USB devices at 1 Amp.
The best part about this charger is that if you connect only one device it gets the full 2 Amps. For devices that need less than 2 Amps (iPhone for example) it means that they will charger MUCH faster than with their own charger.
I LOVE this aspect about this charger.
Cons: The cons are very minor and easy to work around.
- The detachable plug's retaining clips are quite flimsy. You have to be gentle when unplugging this from the wall. If you just rip the charger out, the detachable plug sometimes stays in the wall.
- The blue LED is incredibly and annoyingly bright. This can be fixed with a sliver of black electrical tape.
Other Thoughts: I have bought over 10 of these chargers (pretty much every time they are on sale for under $10) for myself as well as many many more as gifts for my tech-loving friends.
Not a single complaint. Everyone loves them. If you have a lot of electronics then you can never have enough super-fast USB chargers.
I have these stuck in most of the outlets around my house just so I never need to go rummaging around for a charger.
This review is from: Logitech M310 Peacock Blue 3 Buttons 1 x Wheel USB RF Wireless Laser Mouse
-Single AA battery lasts 12 months
-Compatible with Logitech's newer Unifying Receiver
-Nimble (it's nice and light)
Cons: It comes with a Nano Receiver instead of Logitech's newer "Unifying Receiver." However the mouse is compatible with Unifying Receivers. It even has the Unifying Receiver logo on the bottom of the mouse. It's weird that they don't package it with one.
Other Thoughts: I ordered the M310 and also bought the M510 afterwards because it looked cooler (contoured, textured rubber thumb grips) and because it had thumb buttons. I returned the M510 because the M310 was so much more comfortable. The M510 is significantly heavier than the M310 which makes it slower to snap around.READ FULL REVIEW