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Pros: Fast, Cheap, SATA
Cons: When I press the button, it opens up really fast, like it is angy and wants to know why i'm pressing its buttons _this_ time.
It is also a bit noisy when it opens, but I never cared about noise before, and I certainly don't now.
Other Thoughts: I bought this to complete my first computer build, and I must say, it does the job given to it about as well as anyone could ask for. I may consider getting a blu-ray player soon as well. Asus has definitely done a good job here.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: Coboc 6 ft. USB 2.0 A Male to B Male Cable (Black)
Pros: It's the right length
I plugged it in, and it worked
Other Thoughts: I got this because my computer screen had the option of pluging other usb devices into, but I needed this cord for the usb plugins to work. I got it, I plugged it in, and windows and linux both recognized it on startup. I have no complaints, I knew what I was getting when I got it, and it did exactly as expected. If this is what you need, buy it. It's not like you'll lose a lot of money if comes DOA or something.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: Linkworld 7" 7" convertor from POWER 4 PIN-IDE Female to 15 PIN-SATA Male
Pros: Converts IDE to sata
Cons: Unplugging the IDE power cable from the card is a huge pain, but this may be a pro.
Many cases have no room for anything other than the cords to plug into the devices, so this card won't fit without moving stuff around. it really sticks out from whatever it is plugged into.
Other Thoughts: I got this because I bought a sata hard drive not knowing that my older computer only had IDE plugins. The case for this old computer had the hard drive plug in areas facing the cover, with about an inch of space between the drive itself and the case cover. I had to plug my hard drive into the cd area so that there was room for the converter to fit. Other than that, it worked great for my needs.READ FULL REVIEW