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Pros: Doesn't get bogged down doing transfers from multiple cards at once. The build quality is actually better than the images suggest. Writes at 10mb/s (max I've been able to get from my cards) without a hiccup. You'll probably max out the USB 2.0 bus before you max out the reader. Wish a USB 3.0 model existed.
Cons: The cord it came with is super short. Doesn't detect when microSD cards are inserted into the adapter -- you have to insert the adapter with the card already inside or it won't see it.
Other Thoughts: Does just about everything you could want a desktop SD card reader to do.
It's definitely a niche product but if you need this many slots it's a godsend.
Pros: This has always been a great hotswap rack, but I bought a new set a few weeks ago and I was pleasantly surprised... They must have tweaked the design, because the OCZ SSDs I have no longer get stuck after you insert them. On my old ones you have to work on them to eject, but on the new ones it's smooth as silk.
Cons: The LEDs require a custom cable, the activity lights only light if the drive supports it.
Other Thoughts: It's nice when a company tweaks their design to fix problems rather than just shoveling their products onto market.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Adds almost every expansion necessity in a single 5.25 bay.
Cons: The USB cord comes shoved into the back slot, and is a little difficult to remove. No instructions.
Other Thoughts: This device does everything it looks like it does very well. Even though I had some initial problems assembling it, it works great and looks nice in the 1U servers I installed it in.READ FULL REVIEW