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This review is from: Rosewill 2 Amp 4 Port USB Wall Charger RUC-6180 for iPhone/iPod/iPad/MP3
Pros: Pretty blue light (if you were looking for a nightlight)
Four Ports with 2 amp max, if it worked (see cons)
Cons: Bright blue light
devices plugged in to charge often do not start charging. My Droid X2 usually charges up just fine from my PC USB port with only a 500ma supply...but when plugged into this device it usually doesn't start charging. If I unplug and replug it it will start one out of five times on average. plugging in my ASUS Transformer battery pack/keyboard which requires a 1200ma or better charger and it never starts charging, so the 2A max this is supposed to have is not happening.
trying to plug in two devices (my phone and my tablet) of course didn't work either, even though that is exactly what this device is supposed to be for!
Other Thoughts: look elsewhere for a four port charger.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: awesomely huge storage capacity in a tiny footprint and moving files to it was considerably faster than moving the same exact files off my 16gb micro SD card.
Cons: needs to be reformatted into fat32 (not NTFS or exFAT) to be able to be used in a tablet or phone. Windows users should get the shareware program fat32format.exe (easy google search to find it) since the format tool built into windows wont format a 64gb drive into fat32. linux users can format with vfat with the same results.
Other Thoughts: everyone is looking for more storage for their phones and tablets, it's suprising that this card comes pre-formatted with exFAT which doesnt work.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Tiny form factor! awesome to put in the mSATA of your z77 or z68 motherboard or in laptops with an open mSATA slot.
Cons: oops, seems like I should have looked into the Hybrid Cache Drive setup in Win7...there is a 64GB limitation there and this 120GB is "overkill" for that.
Other Thoughts: Many people may not know of Mushkin but they have been making kick-axe memory modules since they started. Definately directly comparable to "top teir" names like Corsair and CrucialREAD FULL REVIEW