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This review is from: Team 32GB Micro SDHC Flash Card Model TUSDH32GCL1031
Pros: I originally purchased this Micro SDHC Flash Card as expansion memory for a small tablet which I purchased. It works well and fits well with my tablet. I store things like music on it so that I will not use up space on the tablet or slow it's operation. It has served me well.
However, very recently I received a 1080p Hd Sports Hi-Res Digital Camera/Camcorder. On reading the documentation it clearly states that the Micro SDHD card (which is required to operate) must have a class 10 rating. This concerned me as I had not checked or even considered the rating when I bought the card. Class 4 is a more common rating for SD cards. However, when I looked at the card under a magnifying glass it states that it is indeed a class 10 card. Today I took my new sports camera for a test drive and even at the 1080p mode the card reads perfectly and the videos are top notch. What a pleasant surprise. I have already ordered a second Team 32GB (class 10) and I may just order a third.
Cons: None at all !!
Other Thoughts: I have no problem recommending this product for any application. The price is great too.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: This is the second refurbished computer system which we have purchased from Newegg this year. MTC - USA refurbished this particular machine. It came with a new USB optical mouse and keyboard. Also included is a 32 bit Windows 7 Home Premium Disk and a new Activation Key which worked with no issues..
It is a very compact computer, built very robust for tough office environment. There are plenty of USB ports; 2 front and 6 rear ports. It also has a serial and parallel printer port on the rear panel, which gives a hint of the age of the technology. The unit is very quiet and takes very little room.
As for the rebuild, it appears to have the original 250 Gig hard drive and DVD Rewriteable. With some difficulty, a second hard drive may be added under the DVD Rewriter. All appearred to work well. The cleaning of the unit was mediocre, as there was obvious dust on the CPU fans and a few dust bunnies still floating around the interior. The date of original manufacture is early 2007 and it shows many battle scars. The exterior had many scratches.
2 Gigabytes of DDR2 memory were installed with slots for 2 more. Even with this limited memory, the computer is relatively fast. I feel that adding 2 more Gig of memory would not be cost effective in a 32 bit machine.
All in all, not bad value for the money, however our first "refurb." was a much better value for almost the same price, as it was a newer computer and used DDR3 memory.
Cons: Next time please don't include "Dust Bunnies".
Other Thoughts: Considering retail value for new copy of Windows 7 Home Premium is $79.00, I could not even begin to build a comparable computer for anywhere near the cost. For an very economical and reliable computer you simply cannot beat refurbishing.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Very fast......... Right size for a Windows 7 Boot Drive
Cons: I feel bad about giving the SanDisk drive only a one out of five. I have been using another manufacturer's 120 Gigabyte SSD drive for several months. SSD is the way to go for your boot drive. They are lightning fast. However, after I found that I only had 40 Gigabytes of free space, I knew I had to get at least a 240 Gb SSD drive for my Windows 7.
The SanDisk was the right speed at the right price. However, immediately I had issues. I called SanDisk support and was informed that I should be using AHCI setting in the bios. As well I used ACRONIS to move my system to the new drive. Support stated that I should do a clean install of Windows 7.
I followed SanDisk supports directions to the letter. Unfortunately the problems are just as bad as ever. My drive will encounter the Blue Screen of Death, then it seems to scramble my bios boot drive settings. I will come into the computer room several times a day and have to reset the bios boot settings and restart my computer.
In desperation I have replaced the SanDisk drive with my old 120 Gb drive and now my computer is running as solid as a rock. So am I being unfair, giving the SanDisk a one? I don't think so!
Other Thoughts: I really wish SanDisk had a quick fix for the problems. But how many times must you reinstall your system before it's right?READ FULL REVIEW