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Pros: Runs cool, reliable storage, long life. I've been using WD drive exclusively for over ten years.
Cons: None, really. Always get the drive designed for the application, or life expectancy could be compromised.
Other Thoughts: Careful who you buy from.
TECH EXPERTS took over a week before product was actually tendered to the shipper. No communication when questioned.
Pros: Inexpensive color printer, comes complete with all four toner cartridges.
Cons: After one year of very light usage, it no longer picks up a sheet from the paper tray. Problem was intermittent at first, now it just won't print.
Other Thoughts: After only 200 pages of printing, stooped feeding sheets from the paper tray. Still, broke even as compared to the cost replacing dried up ink cartridges in the old bubble jet printers. Old used up HP_LaserJet at the shop, still alive & kickin' after years of use and thousands of pages printed.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: PNY 64GB Turbo Attaché USB 3.0 Flash Drive (P-FD64GTBAT2-GE)
Pros: Fairly priced, rugged, moderately fast.
Survived one wash & dry cycle in the laundry..
Cons: Price is a little high, but still a decent value.
Other Thoughts: I posted a bad review a couple of weeks ago, regarding slow write and read speeds. Since then, my MOBO blew up and had to be replaced. Now the flash drive performs up to specs. I don't think being run through the washer and drier with my pants had anything to do with the enhanced performance. Funny thing is, an SSDD in a drive bay on the same USB3 controller was screaming fast on the old Asus MOBO. For comparison, this USB drive averages about 50 MBPS, the SSDD about 100 MBPS, a USB2Turbo drive does about 20 MBPS, and an old USB2 drive does about 8 MBPS on the USB3 port of my new computer, running Windows8.READ FULL REVIEW