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Cons: Was using this drive as a HTPC DVR storage. The drive lasted 4 months before losing it's MBR and loosing all the data on the drive. All attempts to recover the data failed. Reformatting the drive using the quick or slow method failed. Drive is a brick.
I am disappointed because I chose this Enterprise class drive because of its high MTBF rating.
This review is from: Patriot LX Series 32GB Class 10 Micro SDHC Flash Card Model PSF32GMCSDHC10
Pros: Space and speed, and price.
Cons: It took three attempts to get this SD card working in my Samsung Galaxy Note SGH i717.
The first and second times, I just popped it in and tried booting. It would hang during the boot process at the AT&T.
I came back to it a week later, and attached this card to my computer. It read fine as a FAT32 formatted 32GB drive (Actual capacity is 29GB). I then did nothing on the computer, but eject it. I then booted my phone with no SD card installed to make sure it didn't need files from the old SD card. After successfully booting with no SD card, I shut down and installed the new SD card into the phone. This time it booted fine.
SD Tools for Android reports 5MB/s write time, and 32.9MB/s read time.
Other Thoughts: To determine actual capacity from the advertised capacity of digital storage (hard drives, flash drives and the like). Use this formula:
(Advertised capacity in GB) * (0.931) = Formatted capacity in GB
So 32GB sd card * 0.931 = 29.7GB
This review is from: TRENDnet Model TU-PS2 USB to PS/2 Converter
Pros: I purchased this to connect a PS/2 KVM/IP dongle to a modern USB only Dell server. I am happy to report it works flawlessly. I didn't even have to reboot the computer to get it working. No lag or other deleterious effects.
Other Thoughts: This is an inexpensive way to use those old PS/2 KVM over IP dongles that you have laying around. All because the major server OEMs think USB is greater then PS/2.READ FULL REVIEW