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This review is from: Hamilton Beach 25475 Gray Breakfast Sandwich Maker
Pros: Cooks everything evenly. Nice to have for a quick B-fast.
Cons: So it is a nice maker and I agree with all of the above posts. I maybe in the minority here but I think my experience should be known. It did make great sandwiches but after a couple of runs and one wash the next batch had a funny "chemical" taste to it like nail polish. I do no know if it was from the ultra slick teflon coating on there or not but who wants to take that chance. We discarded the sandwhiches. I notifies HB about this issue and they said as per the warranty that they would ship another unit to us but we had to pay shipping. The shipping charges were 3/4 the price that we spent on the maker! My wife and I agreed it is not worth it. My advice is get a nice panini maker and go to town.
Other Thoughts: there is no alarm to tell you when your meal is ready so make sure you have a watch or timer handy.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: Patriot Supersonic Rage XT 32GB USB 3.0 Flash Drive Model PEF32GSRUSB
Pros: Slick design, nice rubber feel, activity light, retractable USB 3.0. Very speedy on USB 2.0 and even quicker on USB 3.0 platforms.
Other Thoughts: transfer speeds were waayy faster than my old Transcend USB 2.0. Wish there were other color choices. Might be hard to put on a ring or lanyard because the hole is a little thick at a little over ¼".READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: AFT XM-35U BLACK USB 2.0 3.5" Bay, CompactFlash/ SDHC/ SDXC/ microSD/ microSDXC/ miniSD/ miniSDHC/ MultiMediaCard/ Memory Stick/ xD-Picture Card. All-in-one Kiosk Card Reader and Writer
Pros: Reads every media card available today. Works well with Win 7 (32bit installed). Only shows drive once card is inserted then assigns drive letter.
Other Thoughts: A little pricy than others but worth it. Got this to replace my Floppy drive may it R.I.P. Has nice blue LED activity light that is bright but not too bright. Make sure to have both lines coming from the reader secure one came out about an eighth of an inch and I wasn't getting any power to the device I rechecked the cable to find it was out and reconnected it and it's been GTG ever since. Too bad USB 3.0 has been coming ever so slow on integration but the front USB 2.0 dock is a handy feature.
- Saw some posts about drivers I used default drivers from Windows and have had no problems.