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Pros: push push card insert and remove works great.
Resealable clamshell packaging is nice.
Cons: BIG PROBLEM, SD card cannot be read once removed from the reader.
Other Thoughts: If I format a 512Mb card (I tried FAT and FAT32) in another reader I can read and write to the card, etc (it works as expected). If I then put it into the PCMCIA reader it cannot be read. If I then format the SD card while it is in the PCMCIA reader. It works as long as I don't remove it from the reader. If I then remove it from the PCMCIA reader, other systems claim that its an unknown format. I am guessing a firmware issue?? Tried two times to reach seller to RMA with no response for first try and no response yet for the second.
I guess if you just needed a PCMCIA card with a lot of memory, just get a 32Gb SDHC card and glue it in, just don't expect to ever be able to remove it and actually read in some other reader.
Update: tried repeatedly to return the product during the first two weeks, I was ignored. Now I have another worthless piece of junk laying around that I cant use.
Update: The seller contacted me out of the blue (not because of the return request) to ask me if I was satisfied with my purchase. I told them my story and they then initiated the RMA process with a full refund (minus return shipping of course). I bumped them up an egg for making it right (eventually). Its been about six weeks now since the purchase. I still would not use this product for SD, I don't know about the other standards it supports such as SDHC which it is also supposed to be compatible with. Another user did not report trouble with the higher capacity cards.
Pros: fast and works perfectly for our application of copying CNC programs from the PC to the machines.
Cons: its not free?
Other Thoughts: I use a Transcend PCMCIA to CF adapter to put the card in the machines, they have no problem reading them. They are formatted FAT. There are cheaper ones out there in similar capacity but they are "cheaper". I trust wintec, we use their memory in our servers as well and never had an issue. I test each one before putting it in service and no problems.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Windows phone 8 and works with Verizon. Unlocked GSM phone. Only unlocked Verizon branded windows 8 phone on Newegg that I could find.
Cons: not like other GSM Lumia - cannot add a memory card (the 32Gb is built in). Its about the same weight as an apple iPhone 6 (heavier than the GSM only phones, like the 640 and 640XL). Screen goes to the edge of the device (looks like it could be damaged easily). Only has a 2Ah battery - you are only going to get an average days use out of it.
Other Thoughts: I bought a Verizon sim and I had to put it into an apple iPhone to activate it. I was then able to move the sim to this phone and it worked. The support guy kept saying that the sim was incompatible with the phone, but it worked anyway - I will have to investigate that further. Despite what some others say, your phone will probably not work with Verizon unless its Verizon branded like this one. I tried a Microsoft 640XL (GSM only) and it would not work.READ FULL REVIEW