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This review is from: MEElectronics Air-Fi AFS1 Black Wireless Bluetooth Speaker with Speakerphone
Pros: Aluminum finish... not plastic,
Good sound from such a small package,
Operational buttons are actually the feet of the unit, a unique design, I like it
Great price for what you get,
Very light... I almost wondered if there was a speaker inside,
Great functionality, answers your calls and streams your music well.
Loud for its size
Battery life is long... got over 8 hours of use playing music from my Samsung Galaxy S3 while at my office.
Cons: Not quite the 10m (33feet) range that it claims, you will get to 8.2 (27feet) and it streams well, beyond that distance and it will start cutting out audio,
I don't know if its the built-in amplifier or the speaker itself but bass or treble is not pronounced, it sounds kinda flat on some musical material.
Notification light is to the side and not the top
No 3.5mm jack input.
Other Thoughts: I am pleased with this product and would recommend it however I am gonna get the JBL Micro Wireless and see how it stands up along side this unit. I have been reading nothing but good things about that product so I will be adding it to my collection of gadgets next. I actually got this on sale for $19.99 but its worth the price at 39.99. A 3.5mm AUX input would have have made this product a very good choice.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: SYBA SY-ADA24029 Gigabit Ethernet Adapter 10/ 100/ 1000Mbps USB 3.0 Type A 1 x RJ45
Pros: Gigabit Ethernet Adapter,
Self powered (via USB)
3.0 USB so you get full 1000Mbps (not 480Mbps as in the case of 2.0 Gigabit Ethernet Adapters)
Power and Activity LEDs.
Does NOT get hot! It stays pretty cool.
Other Thoughts: Just wondering how long it will last. The same chipset is in another brand "S_ _ _" that sells for $7.00 more than this model and they give the same performance and are in identical housings. Save your money and get this one.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: It was relatively cheap based on its features;
Supposedly has Wi-Fi,
Supposedly has Bluetooth,
It has a touch screen in addition to a keyboard (best of both worlds in one phone, pretty rear)
Cons: You MUST create a PALM PROFILE on the phone in order to use it. You can't bypass it unless you are willing to go through a web search, apps and tools downing loading session that can easily take you over a hour or more to complete.
I have never witnessed a phone taking 2 minutes and 35 seconds to start-up, are you kidding me??? In today's day and age? Who has time to wait on a phone that long? I could start up my Asus Eee PC 1000H, shut it down and re-start it again and boot into desktop before this phone is ready to make a call.
Other Thoughts: It maybe cheap but trust me, its not worth the hassle. As I type this, I still have not been able to use the phone. I have been going through countless YouTube videos and forums looking for advice on how to get this phone to work as it was meant to. Oh, that another problem, there is little or NO SUPPORT for this phone as Palm was acquired by HP (the computer company) and they are don't really give a hoot. Save yourself the trouble, spend a little extra and get yourself a better phone.READ FULL REVIEW