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This review is from: Kingston 64GB microSDHC 90R/80W Flash Card Model SDCA3/64GB
Pros: Replaced a dying sandisk ultra 64gb microSD in my droid razr m(2+ year old phone), worked as needed, still working without a hitch. The phone itself can't handle the speeds this card can, so I'll have to update to a newer phone to benchmark it. Would I buy again? Yes, obviously. Have I bought them before? Yup, in 16gb sizes for my PSP and a produo dual slot card to stuff them into. Good times.
Cons: None really!
Other Thoughts: I really wish phone makers would continue to stick microSD slots in their phones, but it's a dying trend, which I think is insane with android phones, if anything, give us like 4 slots to plug these suckers in(two on each side), raid-0 them into one massive drive, then you would get speed, and space.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: It works, it's kingston, and in a laptop with only sata II, it maxes it out easily. It's cheap, and so far every single one of these drives I've installed in other laptops or even computers is still up and kicking, and for the price, it's a steal, literally. Raid-0 arrays still functioning giving exactly what you would expect, able to cap out sata III with four of them, just like every other SSD out there.
Cons: None really, 250gb would be nice I guess?
Other Thoughts: Stop buying new laptops when they are slow! Buy this drive on the cheap, install a fresh copy of windows or a flavor of linux, and forget about that "upgrade", unless you're a die-hard gamer, you really don't need a $2000 laptop, an el cheapo from craigslist and one of these, toss on ubuntu and you're golden for lurking the net, and doing all the other stuff you normally do.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: LG (HBS-760) TONE PRO Bluetooth Wireless Stereo Headset (Black)
Pros: I use it with my phone, desktop(via bluetooth dongle), and laptop, no longer do I have to bother roommates with constant explosions and things being murdered in my games. At work, no longer get caught up in pesky wires, and the battery life is long enough that I know without a doubt I can make it an entire day without so much as bothering with charging(12-14 hour days), still come home and use it until I go to bed. The audio quality is good in my opinion, but I'm not an audiophile, listening to mostly audio books while working, and even in games it's great. For the price, I'm totally satisfied.
Cons: Only "two" devices can be linked to it at a time, which in my case, using it for phone/laptop/computer one of them has to be unpaired by the headset, not so much of a big deal, because I don't use the PC and the laptop at the same time and pairing takes all of a second. Works with ubuntu so long as your bluetooth works, and windows 7 too after bluetooth has been installed and the hardware to use said software.
Other Thoughts: Because I wasn't looking for "gayminz!" headsets that are wireless, and something affordable, but works when you need it to, where you need it to, I've recommended the product to a bunch of friends that I see still wired up. It also works great with skype, and other audio needs, even nvidia's shadowplay, and the audio doesn't sound blown out.READ FULL REVIEW