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This review is from: Rosewill RCW-608 - USB 2.0 Adapter for IDE / SATA Device, Protective Case Included
Pros: -Enabled me to pull data off old hard drives for family members.
Cons: -When I turned the unit off and switch hard drives it registered it has the first hard drive. All the indexing was there just would not let me access the files. I had to restart my computer to clear the first drive. It didn't do this after that. I tried it with four more drives and they all work fine.
Other Thoughts: Great tool. You should get one.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: ORICO 9 Port USB Hubs & 2 Charging Port with Power Switch and Premium 12V 2.5A Power Adapter 3.3Ft / 1M USB2.0 Cable for Windows XP, Vista, 7, 8, 8.1, 10, Mac OS and Linux -Black (HF9US-2P-US)
Pros: -Buttons are excellent.
-Doesn't have a cheap feeling.
-Rubber feet prevent it from sliding on my desk
-All devices that I have work with it.
Cons: -Isn't USB 3.0, but I knew that going in.
Other Thoughts: I have tried to find a decent usb hub that won't break the bank. This is by far the best one that I have purchased. I have a few that never really worked right, and the one that I was using were the switches pushed into the unit after a month. I would recommend this hub.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: -Really good pitcure
Cons: -I had to RMA this monitor multiple times due to dead pixels right out of the box. One of them even had finger prints on the inside of the glass. For this price I couldn't stand dead pixels. The fourth one that I received has no dead pixels and makes me glad for sticking with this monitor. I image is great and the higher resolution gives you more screen real estate.
Other Thoughts: -I really like this monitor, I'm just disappointed of what I had to go through to get one that was good. ASUS quality control must be going down hill. The pixels on this screen are so small that I think allot of people just aren't noticing them unless they are clustered up.READ FULL REVIEW