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Pros: The Silicon Power 64GB Elite microSDXC card was a simple install into a tablet. A quick format of the drive made it accessible. Transfers over USB2 were reasonable and large files were written without any issue. A microSD adapter card is provided as well, so it works for cameras and other devices that use that size of card. The SDXC adapter functioned fine for use in a digital camera. Both devices recognized the card with no issues. No issues recording 1080p video and of course no problem with photos. Transfer read speeds were decent over USB 2. Similarly on the tablet, read speeds during transfers over USB2 were acceptable. A dedicate card reader may improve this up to the advertised read speed of up to 85 MB/s, but I have not tried that. The card was reliable. It played back any mp3 and HD video that I tried with it and was quick to seek. It has a lifetime warranty. Overall, I recommend it.
Cons: Observed read speeds for me were less than USB 2 maximum, but sufficient for most normal use.
Other Thoughts: is a functional and decent capacity microSDXC that is compatible with my devices. It was functional on arrival and reliable for the time I have used it.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: TP-LINK TL-WA860RE-E 300 Mbps Universal Wi-Fi Range Extender / Repeater with Power Outlet Pass-through, Dual External Antennas, One-button Setup, Smart Signal Indicator (Easy-open package)
Pros: The TP-LINK TL-WA860RE-E is box shaped and the outside is a smooth white plastic. An Ethernet cable and mini CD, along with instructions is included. The grounded pass though outlet is a unique feature and means a power outlet is not lost when the extender is in use. Getting up and running is a matter of a few minutes. It was simple to plug in, connect to the autogenerated TP-Link_Extender_randomnumbers wireless network, open a browser window to the web management page and enter the default admin login and password. A few options are available and select the extended network name and password to connect to the primary network. In a few moments, the LED went from blinking green to solid green and all was ready to go. Always change the default login password for good security.
The extender has two antennas that are adjustable to obtain the optimum coverage. A handy smart signal indicator has LEDs that indicate if there in a good connection, or if the extender is too close, too far away from the router, or no connection. A single Ethernet port is at the bottom of the extender to connect any type of wired device such as another computer, Blu-ray player, console, DVR, TV, etc. This is a 10/100 Mbps connection.
It is rated up to 300 Mbps, but one should not expect that in a normal use situation where the signal passes through walls in a house. In my use, it was consistently in the mid 30 Mbps at the furthest location I would use it, which was fine for my typical usage. In a few weeks of use, I never needed to do anything to the extender and it was reliable in everyday use.
Cons: It is not designed to, but note this does not extend a 5 GHz network.
Other Thoughts: It is not a slim device, but the color is unobtrusive and blends in well when plugged into an outlet. The on/off switch on the side is useful in that it does not require it to be unplugged to turn it off.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: I used the Silicon Power 128GB Elite microSDXC in two devices, a Canon PowerShot S100 camera and a Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 android. The SDXC adapter functioned well for camera use. Both devices recognized the card with no issues. The camera had no issues recording 1080p video and of course no problem with photos. Transfer read speeds were good over USB 2. Similarly on the tablet, read speeds during transfers over USB2 were above 16 MB/s. Other user reviews have benchmarks for comparison. A dedicate card reader may improve this up to the advertised read speed of up to 75 MB/s, but I have not yet tried that. The card was reliable over a few weeks. It played back any mp3 and HD video that I tried with it and was quick to seek. Overall, I recommend it.
Cons: My observed read speeds were less than USB 2 maximum, but is sufficient for most normal use scenarios.
Other Thoughts: It is a functional and very large capacity microSDXC that was shown to be compatible with my devices. It has proven to be functional on arrival and reliable for the time I have used it. The large storage space is great.READ FULL REVIEW