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Pros: So far I have charged my Iphone 5 from this device times with the following results:
1) From 27% battery life to 100% in about 1.5 hours (from the 2.1A port)
2) From 0% battery life to 100% in <3 hours (while browsing safari and listening to music (from 2.1A port)
Still the Iogear pack is showing 3 LEDs so its still more than 1/2.
I don't think I will be using my iPhone 5 wall plug much after getting this ting as this battery pack can keep my mobile and charging all the time. It's small enough to fit into a decent sized pocket along with the phone and cord.
Thank about getting another one to drop in my briefcase as back-up for those business trips with long layovers.
Cons: I wish that the battery pack was just slightly smaller (same size as the phone) but it is definitely still compact enough to take anywhere so no eggs off for this - just a wish.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: SEgoN Mini-Ding Series 16GB USB 2.0 Flash Drive Model Black Mini-Ding S-16GB
Cons: None so far
Other Thoughts: I transferred a bunch of mp3's to this drive so I can use it when I drive rental cars. The small profile of the unit means that I can leave it in the car without concern that it might get stolen (which was why i needed to replace my old one).
The file transfer was not super fast but perfectly acceptable.
Pros: Easy install and user interface.
Cons: Appears to intermittently lose connection to the computer with which it is used.
Other Thoughts: I bought this modem because I spend time in remote areas of Africa where internet access is not generally available.
I run in on a Sony Vaio W/ W7 Pro x64.
For some reason this modem will intermittently disconnect (and the cpu has to rediscover the USB connection) and I have to log back onto the network. It might not be a problem with the modem but rather the shoddy cell phone networks within which I use it.
I just find it strange that in stead of losing connection just to the network, my computer loses the connection to the device.
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