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This review is from: TRENDnet Wireless AC Easy-Upgrader TEW-820AP
Pros: Works with PS3 in client mode. Initially tested with my cell phone at 390mbps from about 2 feet away. Not perfect, but nothing to complain about. At full speed, this adapter should be able to saturate its 100mbps connection. It will also support 2.4Ghz a/n/ac in access point mode. It's powered by a micro USB plug (1A), so you can power it off of another device with USB ports. Rated power is only 2.3W
Cons: In client mode it only supports 5Ghz channels. It can't fall back to 2.4Ghz if the link isn't great. No external antenna, so getting good reception might be tricky. the AC power connector is only about 3 feet long, so you may want to grab a 6 or 10 foot micro USB cable to power it.
Other Thoughts: I bought this to connect to my Playstation 3 in client mode, since it was the last 802.11g device in my home. I wanted to get away from b/g on my home wireless network, especially since my apartment has so many APs sharing the 2.4GHz range.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Works well, feels sturdy. No complaints.
Other Thoughts: I bought this cable to replace the original for a laptop charging brick. The previous owner broke off the ground plug and I didn't feel comfortable running it like that all the time. This cable fit the charging brick without issues.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: ADATA DashDrive Series UV128 32GB USB 3.0 Flash Drive, Black/Yellow(AUV128-32G-RBY)
Pros: I've seen it write anywhere from 35MB/s to 90MB/s, according to Windows. It's significantly faster than my older USB 2.0 drive. The speed makes the 32GB capacity more usable. Transferring 32GB over USB 2.0 seems stupid to me now. Has a Retractable plug.
Cons: All plastic, but it still feels durable
Other Thoughts: Windows will write to the drive much faster with NTFS formatting than with exFAT or FAT formattingREAD FULL REVIEW