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This review is from: Sony PlayStation Gold Wireless Stereo Headset
Pros: Fantastic quality, and VERY durable. My wife and kids gifted these to my for Christmas 2014, and these have been stood up BEAUTIFULLY!! See Other thoughts regarding details about durability, and examples of the use (abuse) I have put these through.
Cons: NOT Bluetooth, so it needs a USB dongle to work as a wireless headset. As a result it isn't compatible with the Playstation TV.
Other Thoughts: Regarding durability, I have been OVER using these, and they have stood up without issue. Aside from being used for my PS4 (maybe 1+ hours a day, 3 days a week on average for just about a year), they are what I use for my phone as well. I take these outside in the winter to shovel snow in the Midwest, as well as mowing the lawn, and any other type of outside home maintenance I have to perform. They have been soaked from falling snow, rain, sweat, and I haven't ever had any issues with them. I also take them to work to use when I have online training courses which I need to take. I have also tested it out as a wired VoIP headset to my work laptop, and it is fantastic. I am debating purchasing a second pair for strictly gaming, and my second pair for outside work, exercise, etc.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: SAPPHIRE 100924 Active DisplayPort Adapter
Pros: Worked great while it lasted. Simply plug and play
Cons: This unit worked for LESS than 6 months. Product has only a 90 day warranty. That is my fault, as I should have CHECKED the warranty period before purchasing this.
Other Thoughts: PowerColor and StarTech both offer the same product with 1 year warranties on theirs. I know which one I will be buying next time.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Ordered 5 of these over two orders, got 2, then 3. Currently only 2 of them are in operation, but working great. NONE were DOA. Used WD Data Lifeguard tools to test each one indiviually to ensure no issues.
Cons: None thus far...
Other Thoughts: I jumped the gun on these a bit. I have digitized just about ALL of my entire 300+ DVD and 100+ Blu Ray collection. Using .mkv format, totally uncompressed, files are HUGE!! 25-40 gigs per Blu Ray. Curently the files are residing on a bunch of 2 TB drives, need to migrate them to these for backup. These drives used for backup of photos and home video storage and back up.
End game is to have a rack mountable storgae server built for a network rack in my basement. Server not even built or ordered yet, will be running 5-8 of these drives fro hot swap bays on thr server, likely running ZFS.