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This review is from: MartinLogan Mikros 90 Refrence On-Ear Headphones, Black
Pros: very attractive on-ear headphones with iphone in-line remote playback.
totally analog. no overbearing
Cons: -They've taken the old sony walkman, tinny headphones and flattened out the response. Still sounds like someone speaking through cone. Definitely not audiophile quality.
-Clamping power on the head and ear is too much. Becomes painful to wear after 5-10min.
-audio cord is too short.
Other Thoughts: The only way anyone could appreciate these headphones, at the $130 price they were selling for 3 months ago, is if they are upgrading from the iphone earbuds. Bose OE2, Noontec Zoro, or Sony MDR7506 would be a better choice.READ FULL REVIEW
easy to use if it worked properly
Cons: -The USB3 mini connector doesn't seat itself properly and it can easily become disconnected even though it hasn't been removed.
-Flimsy plastic housing contrary to advertised metal. Only one flat sheet of metal for the top. Flimsy plastic housing is what holds the SATA to USB3 adapter. It's the reason the connector moves around so much..
-Only accepts slim SSD drives
Other Thoughts: Even though most 2.5" portable SSD's are seated in plastic housings they operate much more reliably since their housing are made of thicker plastic. This is too thin.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: Team C123 32GB USB 3.0 Flash Drive Model TC123332GC01
Pros: this is an update to my previous review 4 months ago.
still working as a USB2 drive with 30MB/s transfer speeds.
Cons: It appears USB3 doesn't work anymore. It can only be recognized as USB2.
It only reads with 29.4GB, or 30159MB available before formatting. What happened to the full 32GB? There are no hidden partitions using up that space.
Other Thoughts: I recall this shipped with hidden partitions. One of them must have been a system info partition that contained info telling the OS it's USB3 capable.READ FULL REVIEW