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Pros: Inexpensive worth the price if it lasted longer than 18 months.
Cons: Warranty says 3 years / 1 year screen. As not much can go wrong beyond the screen this is essentially a 1 year warrantyREAD FULL REVIEW
This review is from: Kingston 16GB Flash Drive (USB2.0 Portable) Model DTMSN/16GB
Pros: So small that it fits in my wallet without any noticeable bulge. I whip out my 16GB and the only files I cant copy onto it are some long uncompressed video, but that leaves nearly every other file type on the planet able to be transferred from one small device I carry in my wallet. As I write this review, the Kingston DTMSN is the largest capacity of any drive manufactured for the general public with such a small footprint. There is another company making USB drives this small but it has hard sharp edges, while the Kingston has comfortable curved surfaces.
Cons: Its an awful pink... but that is good in another way because it will be harder to loose due to the eye catching color. Not a good color, but one that would be hard to miss. It could be lost if you don't keep you eye on it. But if you are worried about this, go buy a normal sized flash drive. You buy this drive for the size alone.
The transfer rate is slower than I would hope, but no worse than a typical inexpensive USB drive. Hey for the size and price, come on I can't complain too much.
Other Thoughts: Only time will tell if the unit cracks as my first ultra small USB drive did manufactured by another company that NewEgg sold. I would have repurchased that one, but this unit has double the capacity. It is housed in a two piece plastic sheath, which over time could break apart, and likely will the the abuse I put it through. But to be fair I do keep it in wallet, and my fat tush sits on it much of the day. If you plan to torture your drive as much as I do, just remember to back up often. I take on this possibility because there is just no other way of walking around with so much storage capacity without having to wear it or put it in a purse. Sorry that's not me, putting it into my wallet it the only answer.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: GEAR HEAD 7DPF200 7" 7" 480 x 234 Digital Photo Frame
Pros: The price is nearly rock bottom compared to most other digital picture frames. The remote is a nice feature, but as I have my pictures rotate through, I usually don't use it.
Cons: Resolution is about as bad as these digital picture frames get. But at a distance of four feet most people would not notice the difference. The menu is a bit getting used to and not very intuitive. A 7" frame is just not large enough in my opinion, sounds large enough but isn't. Case in point: When the picture doesn't have the same dimensions as the screen you have two options, one is to distort the picture and the other is to make your picture fill the screen with a lot of black area around it something like a wide screen movie on a low def TV. Neither of these options is really a great choice.
Other Thoughts: Overall I would buy this frame again at the low price that NewEgg offers.READ FULL REVIEW