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This review is from: Team C125 16GB USB 2.0 Flash Drive Model TC12516GS01
Pros: Cheap, no caps to lose, sturdy.
Cons: Slow write speeds (I usually get 2 MB/s), not convenient for writing large files to on a regular basis.
Other Thoughts: Good drive to keep operating system installers onREAD FULL REVIEW
This review is from: Blu Deco Mini 64 MB ROM, 32 MB RAM Blue Unlocked Dual SIM Cell Phone 2.0"
Pros: For such a cheap phone, this little guy came packed with plenty of features.
+ Bluetooth (for headsets and transferring files)
+ Can play mp3's (has a 3.5mm jack for ear-buds)
+ Impressive battery life (4-5 days with light to moderate usage)
+ Micro SD slot for memory expansion (you will need a card if you want to listen to music on this thing)
+ Dual SIM capability (I can only see this being convenient for somebody who has to lug around personal and work phones)
+ Has FM radio (you will need to pug in earbuds to get it working)
+ One of the cheapest phones you can buy without a contract
+ Come with earbuds and a usb cable.
All things considered, this phone has a rather impressive feature set for the price. Being able to connect a bluetooth headset and listen to music on a forty dollar phone is quite nice.
Cons: - Small screen
- Poor documentation
- UI makes phone difficult to navigate at times
- Keyboard feels cheap (keys are rubbery)
- 1.3 mp camera is decent at best (naturally you can't expect more from a fort dollar phone)
Other Thoughts: While its not realistic to expect much from a phone for this price, you do get an impressive host of features. I would not recommend this phone as a primary device but it does make a great backup for those occasions when your nice (expensive) cellphone breaks because or you just had to try to install a custom rom...
If you need nothing more from a phone and to make calls and to occasionally send text-messages then this little guy fits the bill perfectly.
Pros: A nice value for the price
Great airflow for a cheap case.
Has a mechanism for mounting a fan at the top (fan included).
Cons: No exhaust fan (comes with 2 fans, either can be repositioned for exhaust)
Hard Drive mounting uses a slide-it-into-the-bay system but the groves used to guide the drives into their slots made it difficult for mt to fully push them in.
Other Thoughts: The lack of an exhaust fan is not really an issure, you can easily reposition either of the two fans that it comes with or get yourself an addiitonal 120mm for six dollars from neweggREAD FULL REVIEW