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This review is from: Kanger Subtank Mini with RDA
Pros: Offers both disposable coils and rebuildable ones. Comes with 2 disposable coils plus everything you need to build new ones. Quality of build, ease of use, design, and volume of vapor is the best I've experienced so far
Cons: It may be taken completely apart including the adjustable airflow. When unscrewing to refill, airflow can come apart instead if you aren't careful. There's a tiny, tiny ball bearing which sits on a spring that will pop out when this airflow is disassembled. If you aren't aware it's there, you will loose it. I lost mine initially and was extremely lucky to find it in carpet.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Worked as advertised out of box. I purchased it because of it's ability to receive modded firmware which adds numerous features.
Cons: Seagate could easily implement numerous features, but doesn't invest in doing so for some reason
Other Thoughts: Worked well out of box. Flashed to modded firmware from HackSeagateSatellite.com (which adds tons of features) and can't be more happy with it.
Mod's Added Features Include:
- New Interface
- Dropbox Sync
- iTunes Server
- WiFi Passthrough
- Eye-Fi / RAW Image Server
- IIS / Web Server
- plus many more
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This review is from: Kensington K33497US PowerBolt Duo USB Car Charger
Pros: - Charges iPhone & iPad at the same time
- Charges most other (if not all) 5v / USB products
I own an iPhone and iPad which I use all day long. Besides my nightstand, I can only charge them in the car. This is the only adapter I've ever used which could charge each of them at the same time. Great for trips, too!
It's physically possible to connect an iPad to most other adapters, but most do not have the additional amps to work with an iPad. When on a trip and someone is using the iPad while charged in, It delivers enough current to keep the iPad battery from draining (keeps it at the charge it was at) when the brightness is all the way up, bluetooth and wifi are on, and games / apps are being used. When not in use, it charges. The charge isn't as fast as an electrical outlet, but not terribly slow, either.
I have a Mophie Air Case for my iPhone 4S which contains an extra battery. It allows the phone to sync & charge both batteries (iPhone and case) when plugged up to this adapter via a micro USB cable.
Cons: - USB Ports are brittle
- Not very sturdy
The first adapter I had lasted about 8 months. One day I unplugged a cable from it and a small piece of white plastic came out. I found out this was from inside the USB port. Working in IT, I've never had this happen before. I've had the second one for 2-3 months now and so far so good. I try to keep the cables dedicated to my car now therefore usually not having to unplug them from the adapter as often
Other Thoughts: Overall, if you own and use an iPhone and iPad (this works with all models of each), then get this adapter. It may not be perfect, but after extensive research, it's the best one out there which will charge both simultaneously.READ FULL REVIEW