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Pros: low cost, very fast on single layer DVD creation and verify. Worked well on dual layer DVD for eleven moths before failing.
Cons: Stopped writing dual layer DVD+R discs after eleven months
Other Thoughts: ASUS warranty is for one year, so luckily my drive broke while still a month within warranty. It took several emails and answering lots of unrelated questions to get ASUS to set up an RMA. I have another DVD writer in my PC that could take a disc that the ASUS drive said was bad and then write it and verify it without any issues, and that is what finally convinced them to do the RMA. If I didn't have the other drive, I feel that ASUS would still be blaming the media.
ASUS service received my drive on 3/17/14 in the morning, but didn't even log it into their system until 3/22/14. It is now 3/24/14, and the status is still "in repair." I don't understand why ASUS is wasting time and effort on a product that I can buy from Newegg right now for $17!
While I like the drive when it is working, I will probably never buy an ASUS product again because of their poor service response.
Pros: Small, well designed, accesses all FM frequencies, and low cost
Cons: only that it needs to be powered from its' own USB cigarette lighter power source.
Other Thoughts: I have used a Belkin transmitter that cost more than this unit and only worked on three low end FM frequencies. This is a very nice unit that works very well.
Your phone controls the play options and the volume, although your car radio can increase the volume as loud as you like. I keep around 8 GB of my favorite tunes in my phone, and being able to play them on my car stereo is great!
Pros: Should be a great card for the price, 4GB is fantastic, other specs are good, works with a 300W power supply
Cons: never made it past the power on self test (POST) causing my HP P7 to beep six times, indicating a problem with the video card. Zotac tech support's advice: send it back to Newegg.READ FULL REVIEW