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This review is from: TRENDnet TPL-308E2K Powerline 200 AV Nano Adapter Kit Up to 200Mbps
Pros: Small low profile and easy to use devices. They seem to have a pretty long range too. I only seem to get 79 Mb/s through them though. Another funny thing is: I have a NETGEAR Powerline AV 200. I forgot to unplug it before putting one of these things in. It synced up with the NETGEAR Nano Adapter and the Netgear main adapter.
Overall, Simple and easy to use.
Cons: As far as I know, the NETGEAR does not have any encryption and I've tested that.
Using my knowledge of cryptography, I hooked up both TRENDnet devices into an isolated power unit. I hooked up my 303 Device to monitor the powerline network. The network was unencrypted and easy to MiM attack.
Sadly, this is not AES Encrypted as suggested. I will not be using these powerline adapters to send sensitive info through.
Pros: High Capacity.
The high capacity of this drive makes it great for my Media files and any other file that may require long term storage without the need of SSDs.
Another example wold be documents or Development projects
I have a Previous generation 4TB WD Black Caviar and this has a higher speed than the previous generation of a noticeable amount.
The build of this device is obviously of high quality. There is some noticeable build improvements over the previous generation.
This is obviously a great feat which allows me to take control of the higher Speeds
Im not gonna give benchmarks or anything due to previous reviews but for the people who dont know what the numbers mean, here is a perspective. For documents and media, the buffer/load time is lower than that of a normal hard drive. (Moving HDD) This provides quicker opening of files.
Cons: Multi platter
This is about the only con there is. Multi platter provides an issue with data loss. the more platters there are, the more likely one of them will fail. There also needs to be multiple heads for all the platters so that gives more parts that might fail.
Other Thoughts: Overall, this is a great drive and I recommend it to anyone who needs large capacity.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: Kingston Black/Gray 1800 mAh MobileLite Wireless MLW221
Pros: - Mobile
Its small format makes it perfect for travel
That kinda speaks for itself
- Long Battery
This also kinda speaks for itself
After dropping the product a few times on different hard surfaces to see how it would take to those forces, it wont be breaking.
- Lots of compatibility
Its "generic" drivers leave it perfect for any computer running OSX, Linux, and Windows alike
- Wireless Range is Good
I can take it a few rooms away before actually seeing signal drop.
- Comes with SD Card Adapter
This speaks for itself also.
Cons: - Very sloppy on operation
After working with it for awhile, I gave up for a few days. 3 Straight hours of Charging and trying to turn it on properly made me cave in for awhile. After coming back to it and REREADING instructions AGAIN I tried again. 10 Or so attempts in, I finally got the wireless Working.
This was kind of pathetic. When plugged into the PC, the card would show up corrupted but when put into another SD Card reader the card was fine.
The USB Slot didn't work properly for awhile and after trying MANY MANY flash drives, i found one that worked. This was pretty pathetic. The wireless would cut out quite a bit every minute or so.
Other Thoughts: Overall, I was dissapointed. I went over 2 Weeks trying to make this work but in the end I could not get a proper working product. This leaves me to give this review. Hopefully it was just a lemon.READ FULL REVIEW