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This review is from: Logitech K360 920-003320 Glossy Black USB RF Wireless Mini Keyboard
Pros: Clean, small, doesn't require the level of force on a regular keyboard to press down on keys, unifying receiver works great.
Cons: Had to download the software to install the unifying receiver, before the keyboard would work.
Other Thoughts: It wasn't plug and play for me, even though Windows 7 said it had installed the proper drivers; I had to download the unifying receiver software from Logitech. Once installed, it worked like a charm.
I had a bonus: My older M310 Logitech mouse paired with the unifying receiver, which I didn't expect. I got to the next step without having to buy a new mouse!
Thanks, Logitech. :D
Pros: Works perfect, absolutely no problems at all. Quiet. Even when dragging 50GB+ of movies back and forth, no issues.
Other Thoughts: Actual size is 1.36TB, which is to be expected, depending on how you format it.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: Motorola Behind the Neck Stereo Bluetooth Headphone Black Bulk (S305)
Pros: Price, battery life, volume, sound, fit, over 30 feet line of sight wireless connection, ease of connection to device.
Cons: Line of sight required to work properly, does not work perfectly with all software apps, though this is a fault on the apps' software code, I'm sure.
Other Thoughts: If you don't like ear plugs - I hate them - then these are quite nice, especially since they double as minor ear warmers. The sound is good for headphones, although not nearly as good as cup-style headphones. I like the fit; it's perfect and comfortable, and I never had an issue of soreness like with other headphones.
The down side to this device (I don't know if this is true for all bluetooth devices) is that it requires a line of sight to function properly. Having tested it outside, if you are in an open area without wall surfaces adjacent to you, the sound will cut off and sound like interference. In order for it to work in an open area (like a field or a surface parking lot or crossing the street) you need to have your source device (phone) elevated high enough, like a shirt pocket level, or on your arm.