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Pros: Didn't catch fire.
Cons: In the middle of a write, the SDXC card died. No warnings, no indication that anything was going wrong--just died and took almost 200 GB of data with it.
Other Thoughts: $100 seems like a lot of money to pay for four months of "storage" that turns into a file shredder.
If your data matters to you, stick with a mainstream brand.
This review is from: IronKey 64GB W500 Workspace USB 3.0 Flash Drive
Pros: Decent capacity, solid construction. Good performance.
Cons: IronKey preboot is somewhat time-consuming, requiring a restart each time you boot from the IronKey device. no doubt this is a function of the hardware cryptography, but it's still an annoyance.
Other Thoughts: In a side-by-side comparison with the Kingston DataTraveler Worskpace 64GB, the IronKey performance is similar--both are nearly indistinguishable from mechanical hard drive performance.
- This drive is designed for Windows To Go. which is available only Enterprise versions of Windows. It is not available in any consumer version of Windows. If you have Windows Ultimate, Pro, Home, or any other consumer variant, this drive is not useful to you.
- Local hard drives are not visible from Windows To Go (this is by design), nor is any content on the Windows To Go thumbdrive visible when connected to a Windows PC.
Pros: In addition to the VGA input listed on this product's "Details" page, this monitor also includes the following inputs (according to the Lenovo ThinkVision LT3053p product page):
- Dual-Link DVI-D
- HDMI 1.4
- Display Port 1.2
Cons: There's a fair amount of price fluctuation for monitors in this size category.READ FULL REVIEW