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This review is from: New Fashion USB Data Transfer Charging Cable and Micro SD Card Reader 3 IN 1
Pros: the USB adapter is dual sided, so you don't have to fight the stupid, which way is up USB conundrum.
The 5pin Micro works with most android phones
The built in Micro-TF is handy, kinda
If you have a phone or case with a ring hook, you could literally make your charger a tchotchke for your phone.
Cons: It's a little hard to tell what things are at first, even with knowledge of what this thing was suppose to have I was taken aback by the USB adapters design.
The Micro-Tf is hidden on the underside (at least for my phone.I.e. the way that my phones screen is facing up and the cord is not bent) making it a little hard to find at first.
And even opening it, there is a little arrow that says open, but it takes a second to realize you actually have to reach in there and pop it open.
all of these complaints are "first time" things, after you get it once, you will never have a problem with them again.
Other Thoughts: The design isn't that fashionable, i don't care what you say, something that looks like a flat plastic, (male anatomy that newegg won't let me say) is never going to be fashionable for school or work. however, because of what it is you can easily get away with the "it's a usb drive" excuse, everyone knows how many stupid novelty USB's there are.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: Mini 50.0 Mega Pixel USB Webcam HD Video Camera Web Cam For PC Laptop Computer
Pros: It works (on laptops)
it got here in less than a week, over christmas.
it looks really good (the cam, not the picture)
Cons: it's blurry, even for an 8.0mp
does not work on desktops, even when using a dummy motherboard
This review is from: Microsoft Windows 8 64-bit (Full Version)
Interesting set up
amazing compatibility mode
Cons: not very different from 7
a bit of a learning curve, but only takes a few days to get the main idea.
many programs do not have tile support, and many that do use multiple tiles (most include an uninstall button that you might accidentally press thinking it opens the program)
Other Thoughts: I've been using windows 8 for a while for work and just recently put it on some newly build computers. All in all it works just fine, it takes a bit of getting use to but so does every new OS even vista-7 had a small learning curve.
This OS does not really have yachting that 7 does not other than the app store, so if you are upgrading for upgrades sake, don't. If you are building a new computer or had a corrupted (illegal) copy of 7 or anything earlier, windows 8 is a great OS, and will run everything the others will. (the compatibility mode goes all the way back to 95)
Again, I stress, do not buy this if you are already running 7, vista, or xp (and you enjoy them) but do not be afraid to try 8 on a new computer.
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