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Pros: I have the Ravpower RP-PB07 which will not charge a recent phone that I purchased. The 2.4A iSmart output of RP-PB35 is able to charge the 3000mAh battery on the newer phone at least 3 times.
Cons: The power cuts out after a minute or so if I use it with a USB LED lamp. The older RP-PB07 does not have this issue. The built in LED flashlight is dim. Takes overnight to charge even with a 2.4A AC charger.
Other Thoughts: Plan on charging this battery pack well ahead of time before you put it to use. Might not charge other devices such as MP3 players.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Simple, easy to use
Cons: Mostly plastic construction
Other Thoughts: Got a 120Gb SSD that would not work with an older USB3 enclosure that I have. Tried this one and the SSD was recognized by a linux computer. Stress tested the drive and the enclosure with 4 runs of bonnie++. No dropped connection or other issues so far.
I also tried this with an old disk drive that would not spin up (makes a clicking sound) while in a USB2 enclosure even with a Y USB2 cable, for some reason it works with this one using a USB3 cable, however it doesn't work if I use a micro USB2 cable.
Pros: Small and unobtrusive, able to receive UHF and VHF TV channels. Cheap if you get it on sale.
Cons: Needed a signal amplifier to get most of the TV channels in an urban setting. The coax cable is thin. Unable to receive all channels available but I have it positioned to get reception for the channels I really want to watch skipping the shopping and religious channels.
Other Thoughts: Tried this antenna in a dense urban situation. There is one channel that has stayed in the VHF (channel 6) range in Philadelphia. Ever since the transition to Digital TV, I have never been able to receive this channel from my location.
I used this antenna with a signal amplifier and was able to get High Definition reception from channel 6, so that was a big plus.