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This review is from: CORSAIR Voyager Slider 64GB USB 3.0 Flash Drive Model CMFSL3B-64GB
Pros: -Size: Hard to leave misplaced in USB
-Rugged: Appears to be cased well for travel
Cons: -Size: Not comfortable on keyring
Other Thoughts: I purchased this at the same time as a PNY Turbo USB 3.0 128GB. While this item is adequate for storing and moving files; it certainly will not impress you with speed when compared to faster models out there. The size is rather large but it appears to be rugged and due to this, and the size, it would make for a good travel drive. Since it is large it would be harder to leave in an USB slot especially if you tie a red yarn or string to it. It is fast enough for most task and should provide ample storage for the tasks necessary of storing or transferring files. While it is large, IMO, it is decently small on the horizontal and vertical side when connected as most of the size is longways, meaning it shouldn't block most ports around it.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Unlocked the 4th core turning it into a Phenom II X4 B50 3.2 Ghz. I didn't mess with OC due to the fact that I'm using value DDR2 Ram with it.
Cons: An older CPU
Other Thoughts: Windows scored it at 7.3 which is higher than my other PC with a stock Q6600 at 7.1. Cpu benchmark rates the B50 at 3757 while the 3core 455 rates at 2969. (2984 for a Q6600) You are purchasing the 3 cores so don't get upset if it doesn't unlock.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: TRENDnet TEG-S80G Unmanaged 8-Port Gigabit GREENnet Switch
Pros: Device does exactly what it says it does. The metal casing TRENDnet lived up to it's MIR. I've bought 2 of these and 2 or 3 of the 5port 1000Mbps version and the MIR came back everytime. I have measured the watts using a kill-a-watt and it barely registered even while in use.
Cons: Haven't found any cons yetREAD FULL REVIEW