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Pros: Fastest One I've seen actual transfer speeds in. I used HD Tune Pro to test it's read speeds(couldn't test write speeds because software requires removal of the partition & can't do that on this drive it seems). The Results were pretty awesome:
Block Size Average Minimum Maximum Access Time
4KB 132.0MB/s 120.0MB/s 135.1MB/s 0.634ms
16KB 151.3MB/s 122.3MB/s 181.5MB/s 0.639ms
8MB 188.4MB/s 169.8MB/s 195.5MB/s 0.640ms
To Test Write speeds I formated the drive to different Allocation Unit Sizes(AUS) & copied different mixes of files to it:
AUS File Mix Files Size Size (Disk) Time Avg. Transfer Rate
4KB 1-4KB 16384 40MB 64MB 5:06 0.130MBps
16KB 1-4KB 16384 40MB 64MB 5:06 0.130MBps
4KB 16-512KB 3584 399MB 419MB 1:37 4.113MBps
16KB 16-512KB 3584 399MB 419MB 1:28 4.534MBps
4KB 16-256MB 88 3.9GB 3.9GB 1:50 35.45MBps
16KB 16-256MB 88 3.9GB 3.9GB 1:50 35.45MBps
16KB 1GB 4 3.9GB 3.9GB 1:35 41.05MBps
64KB 16-512KB 3584 399MB 419MB 1:27 4.589MBps
64KB 16-256MB 88 3.9GB 3.9GB 1:50 35.45MBps
64KB 1GB 4 3.9GB 3.9GB 1:33 41.94MBps
Original 4GB 1 3.95GB 3.95GB 1:38 40.31MBps (FAT32)
" 4GB 1 3.95GB 3.95GB 1:24 47.02MBps (FAT32)(RAMDisk Source[2+GBps])
Cons: Casing is extremely cheap, it rattles a bit (don't care)
The USB connector's retracting design doesn't protect the connectors from dust (not a big deal to me but to be considered)
Other Thoughts: Except where otherwise specified, File System used is NTFSREAD FULL REVIEW
This review is from: GE X400 Black 14.14 MP 15X Optical Zoom 27mm Wide Angle Digital Camera
Pros: GREAT looking photos
LOTS of good features
Good flash (love the pop-up thing)
LOVE the Lens Cover (lens is pretty sweet too)
15x optical zoom? Heck yes!
Cons: Takes some T&E learning. (that's trial & error)
...Especially since there's no real manual.
I've had mine since the beginning of July 2013, & It's still my Go-To camera for most things, but I'm noticing that the twist switch is kinda temperamental when on "Aperture" mode. It'll switch to Manual and back due to nothing more than vibration. That's kinda pathetic.
Macro mode could be a little better I think.
Other Thoughts: Don't bother with digital zoom. You might as well get a regular non-digitally-zoomed pic and crop it on the computer (or other device) later. Pretty much the same blasted thing.
That goes for every digital camera I've ever used, & I'd say ever made, so if you see some ad for one that's got like "2000 ZOOM!!!" ... just look for the bit that says "*digital" & toss it. The REAL zoom to be on the look out for is the OPTICAL.
This review is from: 50FT RJ45 CAT6 CAT 6 PATCH LAN NETWORK BLACK CABLE
Pros: Functions as a proper ethernet cable & provides a good enough connection to my ISP Gateway to realize proper DL speeds when compared with my Internet package.
Fairly easy to work with.
Cons: Cable is labeled CAT6E! This is only POSSIBLY the same as Cat6 but, as one finds in research, is not a standardized category and so what you'll get will differ depending on the manufacturer.
It seems, from the poor quality detected by handling this particular cable, that it does NOT have the plastic spine running it's length like my other Cat6 cables do. That spine separates the twisted pairs within & helps to mitigate crosstalk. Also because of this poor quality feel, it's had me wondering if it even meets the specifications for # of twists per length. However, for the life of me, I cannot locate what that exact specification is. I can only find that Cat6 has more twists per length than Cat5e and of course Cat5.
Other Thoughts: Have not tested it fully uncoiled(as it's ships coiled up) so not sure how well it functions between computers 50ft apart when talking data transfer speeds.
For those looking for Cat6 ethernet cable, I do NOT recommend this one.
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