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Pros: It worked on both Windows 10 machines within seconds and read my SD, Micro SD and Memory Stick Pro DUO cards without issue. MS Pro DUO needs to be inserted upside down and that was undocumented, but seeing as it won't let you insert the card right-side-up, it was largely self-explanatory.
Cons: The SD/SD HC/Mini SD/MMC/MMC+/RS-MMC/MMC mobile slot and T-Flash/Micro SD card slot share a removable drive device under Windows, so you can't use both of these slots at the same time. The MS/MS Pro/MS Duo/MS Pro Duo slot is shown under windows as it's own removable drive device and can be used independently of the other two slots.
Other Thoughts: Works good as a portable card reader/writer so long as you don't have to use the SD and T-Flash card slots simultaneously (i.e. copying from SD directly to Micro SD). If you're going to be doing a lot of that, get a different reader.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Works well, haven't burned any discs yet, but it's reading like a champ. The software included plays 2D Blu-rays fine.
Cons: I got the impression from another review that this includes the version of Power DVD 10 that does 3D. It does NOT. So you still have to pay a ton of money if you want to get 3D playback if you get this drive.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Tracks well, even on surfaces that don't handle other optical mice well. My Razr Deathadder won't work on the glossy black surface of my desk, but this one does. It paired with my shield pretty easily.
Cons: The instructions are horrible. A machine translation would have been better. There are tons of typos and they are flat out impossible to understand. (i.e. "Have CPI switch button, please click the CPI switch button CPI"). The instructions say that there are 4 CPI settings, but there are only 3 as far as I can tell.
It's hard to get the CPI (or DPI, as it's labeled on the mouse) to change modes at all consistently. You can hit the button a lot and it won't do anything, then it it again and have it flash the blue LED's like it's supposed to telling you what mode it's in. Sometimes it will change modes when flashing the LED's, others it won't. Doesn't seem to be any rhyme or reason behind it and without readable instructions to figure it out, it's hard to figure what I'm doing wrong.