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Pros: I was looking for an enclosure for my HDD that i'm using for Windows to go, I have quite a few USB 3.0 enclosures so i was just looking to lock this one in and get something as compact as possible.
This is possibly the sexiest enclosure i have ever seen (VERY slim and a black brushed aluminum case) was taking a risk because there were NO reviews at all, but i just figured it was a new product.
For testing i didn't use the HDD i used a OCZ Vertex 3 128 GB SSD i have laying around (capable of 500 MB/s+ read/writes).
ATTO Disk Benchmark:
Most of this test was very consistent so the average speeds i was getting from USB 3.0 was around the 250 MB/s reads/writes.
This proves that the enclosure is most likely SATA 2 @ 3 gbps. I compared the speed with a couple other enclosures such as the Raven USB 3.0 and although the Read speeds were upto 300 MB/s the writes we all over the place at times.
I'm going to be buying more of this thats for sure. Would highly recommend this enclosure for people that love being stylish with their stuff and don't want to compromise on performance.
Cons: Would be the ultimate enclosure if it supported SATA 3 @ 6 gbps.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: Kingston 32GB microSDHC Flash Card With Adapter Model SDCA10/32GB
Pros: This is one fast Micro SD Card! I've hooked it up with my newly purchased Kingston MobileLite G3 - USB 3.0 Card Reader and I'm getting near actual speeds:
Approx 85 MB/s READ & 45 MB/s WRITES
I've tested it with Crystal Disk Mark, ATTO Disk Benchmark and even AS SSD Benchmark all giving similar results.
I'm currently using this card on my BlackBerry Z10 and it comes in handy for HD video shooting at 60 fps. I mainly love it for backing up my SD card super fast!
Cons: N/AREAD FULL REVIEW
Pros: I was very much skeptical about how GOOD this product could actually be compared to other FM transmitters. I figured it would give me quality similar too the last FM transmitter i was using which wasn't too bad but man was i wrong!
This is the most powerful FM transmitter i have ever used! I dont even use the AUX cable! It connects to my phone via Bluetooth right when i step in my car and i dont even have to open up my audio player, i can just press the play button on the GoGroove and it opens up my player automatically (Paired with a BlackBerry Z10).
As for the quality, i'm truly surprised how CLEAR it is at loud volumes, I'm an Audiophile, i have a Pontiac G6 GT with a Monsoon audio system hooked up to a JL Audio AMP and 12" Audiobahn Sub (ALUM12N) but unfortunately my car didn't come with an AUX output! And dont want to spend the money completely changing the deck and speakers.
So the quality from this was important, and i will reassure all you with bluetooth connected i feel as if my system has been amplified even more! The BASS is booming and the TREB is crisp! (only on RARE occasions the highs MIGHT distort but i'm more picky than most on sound). I adjusted the main volume on the GoGroove to 27 it was set at 30 by default. Perfect setting for me.
I HIGHLY recommend anyone to by this if they want either Bluetooth or AUX without spends loads of money to replace their Head Unit.
Cons: Stop researching and buy it, i did the research for you lol
Other Thoughts: Would have been the icing on the cake with USB Audio and song name display, but i can live without it.READ FULL REVIEW