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This review is from: SanDisk 32GB Ultra SDHC UHS-I Card - Class 10 30MB/s
Pros: High capacity, sandisk warranty
Cons: Using this card, my Canon T3i will randomly stop taking video. This is a sign that the write speeds are highly inconsistent!
Testing the card with multiple programs (including error checking software that fills the card up), it only starts writing about 10-11MB/s until after about 8 seconds it rapidly declines to an average of 5.5MB/s. I returned one card hoping that it was a faulty card, but the replacement has the same exact issue (first one ordered online, then did an in-store swapout).
I don't know if there's a faulty batch of these cards out there, but if it can't sustain 10MB/s write speeds, it is NOT a class 10 card!
This review is from: Rosewill RX-C200 2.5" SSD / HDD Aluminum Mounting Kit for 3.5" Drive Bay
Pros: Solid aluminum construction
Cons: The mounting holes don't match standard 3.5" hard drive holes. No way to mount this to NORMAL 3.5" hard drive bays.
Other Thoughts: What's the point of this thing if I can't even properly mount it in my case? If I have to tape/ziptie it down because the screwholes don't match, why not just ziptie my SSD?
Don't waste your money on this thing unless you've got some sort of way to mount it with the mounting holes 6cm apart from each other.
Pros: Cheap, probably has great battery life, not bad looking.
Cons: Rounded keys feel akward, keys have a sort of "friction" or "grab" to overcome on the first part of a keystroke (especially the left control key, it seems to rub on the side of the keyboard & be especially hard to press in games or copy/paste operations).
The keys are also loud. Compared to my old logitech dinovo for Notebooks keyboard, this one sounds like I'm trying to type on a tupperware container.
Other Thoughts: I really want to keep this keyboard as I never liked the F-key arrangement on my Dinovo for Notebooks keyboard (and want to take advantage of logitech's unifying receiver so I don't have to keep using multiple receivers for my keyboard and my Performance MX). Unfortunately, I think I will either be returning it, keeping it for a spare, or giving it to someone who needs it more than I do. Moral of the story: test drive keyboards before you buy them.READ FULL REVIEW