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Pros: Worked out of the box in my MacPro 3,1 running Mavericks (10.9) with no driver installation required. Worked in Windows 7 on the same machine with driver install from included disk. Very happy with this card.
Cons: Not quite as fast as I was hoping, but a significant improvement over USB 2.0 speeds I was getting.
Other Thoughts: I bought this card expecting it to work in my MacPro running Windows 7, but with very low hopes for functionality in OS X. I was very pleasantly surprised when I had it working for both OSes in less than 10 minutes! I haven't had the chance to try booting from it yet, although I really don't expect that to work. I am just very happy to have USB 3.0 support on my older Mac for less than $15!! I will be recommending this product to anyone interested.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Bought two of these, one in April of '11 and another in November of '10. They have both been running constantly in a mirrored RAID in my MacPro since then. I use them to store all of my media on so the 5400 RPM speed isn't a problem (they still read fast enough for movie playback over the network). I am very happy with these drives and am seriously considering ordering two more.
Cons: Not as fast as 7,200 RPM drives, but not really a problem.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: TRENDnet TEG-S50G Unmanaged 5-Port Gigabit GREENnet Switch
Pros: Inexpensive, Totally Reliable, Simple, Green!
Cons: None to date.
Other Thoughts: I have owned this router for about 3 months now. I purchased it because my 4 port gigabit wireless router didn't have enough ports for my needs. This router fit right in to my network and required almost no configuration. Now I have plenty of gigabit ports to have all my computers hooked into one really fast network and I never have to do anything to manage it! Newegg rules!READ FULL REVIEW