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This review is from: SAMSUNG EVO Plus 32GB microSDHC Memory Card w/ Adapter Model MB-MC32DA/AM
Pros: On some of my computers, I get more than the rated read speed of 80MB/sec when using a USB 3.0 reader. On others, using either the reader or a built-in SD card slot on an older Dell latitude, I've seen 60 and 40, but no slower.
Works great with no issues in my Vantrue N1 dashcam, where a different brand class 10 card had some issues. Vantrue recommends this card.
Cons: Paint on top edge chips easily with the repeated handling necessary to poke the card into and out of spring-loaded slots, so I just scraped off all of the paint along the whole top edge; now the top edge is black and does not chip anymore. It looks like it was made that way.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: Perimeter Chrome License Plate Frame Metal Frame 30630
Pros: - Looks great, especially when paired with four chrome-look screw covers.
- Usable in states or regions that prohibit covering any part of the plate.
Cons: - Needs spacers and thicker pads to avoid metal to car paint contact in typical trunk lid installation.
- After one year of use including a salty winter, some points of rust are coming through the chrome.
- Would have given five eggs if not for the rust issue.
Other Thoughts: I hope to mitigate the rusting issue by spraying the frame with clear glossy rustoleum enamel.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Still working well as SSD data disk for Photoshop, much faster than HDD.
Cons: I ran CrystalDiskMark and Roadkill Disk Speed on both this KIngston SSD and my other SDD. The Kingston scored much lower (half or less) on both of those benchmarks.
Other Thoughts: My previous rating of 5 eggs was based on the low price,significantly below the price of competing SSDs. Now that the price of this SSD has risen to be much closer to the price of my other SSD that scored better in two out of three benchmarks, I would no longer choose this one. I would pay the few dollars more for a higher-scoring one.READ FULL REVIEW