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This review is from: ADATA S599 AS599S-64GM-C 2.5" 64GB SATA II Internal Solid State Drive (SSD)
Pros: Was one of the cheaper drives at the time
Cons: 3.5" Drive adapter is offset incorrectly, so it doesn't fit.
Drive died, slowly creating I/O errors, verifiable on 4 computers with Linux and Windows, sent it in, they said they ran checkdisk and updated the firmware fine and sent it back, drive worked for about 4 hours before more I/O errors, now won't even be recognized by any BIOS or UEFI at boot. Sent video evidence, they refuse to honor their warranty.
Looks like I'm not alone.
Luckily we are using about 20 drives from the major brand names that we've been testing, adata has officially been crossed off the list for deployment candidates.
Other Thoughts: Source: Professional that specializes in hardware with 10 years experienceREAD FULL REVIEW
Pros: It's a PTZ camera at 720P, not really a pro, specs aren't lies I guess.
Cons: -Bad Sensor quality, the 720 resolution is worthless and just means wasted bandwidth, NTSC and other 480 sensors I've worked with are superior.
-Horrible software, even on the "fixed" version it still requires proprietary plugins in a web browser, and very clunky interface
-Mic/Speaker unusable, too much noise
This review is from: HTC Vehicle power charger Black Model # (33420BLB)
Pros: Good charger, it has a completely standard miniusb connector, NOT the keyed ones that come with the Touch Pro/Diamond that don't fit anything else. I believe it's a standard 500mA charger, so will charge anything else that charges via USB.
I'm not one to buy products for their brand, but I will say this is one is very solid, it is small and the lit up blue HTC logo looks nice (although slightly bright)
Cons: USB cable doesn't disconnect from charger
Other Thoughts: Does not look as big as the picture makes it seem, this is a fairly standard sized charger, not like the huge angled ones from yester-yearREAD FULL REVIEW
Display Name: Dan R.
Date Joined: 02/13/05
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