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Cons: None is good if you can't depend on it lasting. Fortunately, it was working RAID1 in a team of two. Hope to partner and rebuild RAID before its brother gives up the ghost. Got awefully hot when it failed in a Buffalo NAS.
Other Thoughts: Granted, not a NAS drive, but with the spindown/shut down working effectively between use, it should have lasted much longer than it did.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Small, cheap great capacity for price when I got it.
Cons: Sudden death. Can no longer be formatted, erased, no write to.
Other Thoughts: Unreliable is just a dealbreaker. Tried every program under the sun to resurrect it, a no hoper.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Mobile app gives you some functionality to forward your pictures to sites chosen by you, even when not in Wifi range.
Cons: Where shall I start? Tethered to Eyefi's cloud, for $50 a year. Clunky, confusing, interface with very limited control on what's gonna happen, even form cloud. Potential enormous use of phone battery and data plan, with snail speed results, no matter who's your carrier or what phone. Cloud inferior to Flic*r, etc. who do the same for free.
Now it is reduced to a $100 32GB SD-card.
Other Thoughts: Shame on me for letting myself be tricked out of $100 bucks, shame on Eyefi for taking a brilliant concept, and thoroughly ruining it.READ FULL REVIEW