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Pros: Cheap. At the time I purchased this was the cheapest 32GB card I could find. I bought it for running Nintendo Wii backups, and it worked just fine for that. Still Does after 10 months of use.
Cons: Lately the card has been erasing all the data on it when I use the usb adaptor to connect to my computer. I con't know if it's a usb voltage problem, the adaptor itself or what, but sometimes, I will plug it in and the drive will just come up saying "unable to read device, please format the drive." It doesn't happen every time, but enough to require a backup of the card on my computer that I can use to restore after formatting. It only happens when connecting to my PC if I leave it in the wii it never has this problem.
Other Thoughts: I wouldn't buy this card again personally, but I would guess very few people have my problem and it may not be the card at all.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: This is the best keyboard you will find for the price range. I did a great deal of research before I bought and the reviews on this keyboard basically speak for itself. The keys are a pleasure to type on with the tactile and audible response. IT'S SOLID! I mean when you plant this thing down in one spot it will stay there. Very well built, feels like it would last 10 years. Also the lighting on this keyboard is very bright I have it on the lowest setting and it is still brighter than my old G110. The keyboard is loud, which I wanted.
Cons: Not really a con, but the low resistance means that you don't notice the feedback as much as other mechanical keyboards.
Other Thoughts: This is my first mechanical KB since I used the IBM clicky's as a child so I really didn't know what type of switches to buy. That being said I wish the keys had more resistance. The "bump" that gives tactile feedback is very subtle and I'd prefer it to be noticeable even when typing at full speed. That's only a personal preference and I'd imagine would be a positive for many people. For me I hit the keys so hard that with the low resistance it feels like I'm using to much force when the key bottoms out.
In summary: Low resistance, easy to press keys, with a slightly noticeable "bump" that provides feedback. Well built, full illumination and looks great. If you're a hard typest the keys will hit hard when they bottom out compared to a mesh keyboard.
This review is from: Link Depot HDMI-2-HDMI 6 ft. HDMI TO HDMI A/V Cable
Pros: Works on every device I've used it on. You get a high quality cable for extrememly cheap price. I've used this cable to connect PC to monitor, Xbox 360 to TV, PS3 to TV, and PC to TV. Got full 1080p on every device that supports it and always got a clear picture no lines or discoloration.
Other Thoughts: I bought 2 of these. Both lived up to expectations. Cable is thin compared to some HDMI's but I consider that a pro since it's less visible. Would buy again.READ FULL REVIEW