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This review is from: Sony SW2 SmartWatch 2 Black
Pros: -The Sony SW2 is an impressively large watch with a nice color display. Display looks better than other smart watches I’ve seen. It can be used as a dress watch.
-You can easily read the display in bright sunlight, but you don’t gets colors.
-Phone is easy to set up when you follow directions from inserts.
-Download the apps you need, and you can see calls, texts, Gmail, etc. without touching your phone.
-You can get notifications for emails, texts, tweets, and phone calls. Very good for when you’re busy, driving, or in a meeting.
-I don’t have to worry about damage when I wash my hands because of the protection built into the watch.
-I can view the time at all times, and it lets me get notifications to my wrist so I don't have to pull out my phone all the time. I don't miss any calls or text or emails anymore.
-You can receive texts and reply back to them with canned responses.
-It gets better with each firmware update.
Cons: -I had a little problem just opening the micro USB charging port.
-There are many apps. There is an app for every basic function. Most cost money.
-You have to use different apps for just about every function. I use the Gmail app for that mailbox.
-Camera app is pretty neat, but it only works with my rear camera. I have to physically go to my phone and turn on camera-watch doesn’t do it.
-Wish more apps were free….
-It doesn’t display a date on watch face.
Other Thoughts: -All said, I'm happy with this watch, as it can save you time.
-The Sony Smart Watch 2 is just a simple remote extension of basic phone features-just as claimed.
-I wish it wasn’t so blocky. It kind of reminds me of an LED watch I had many, many years ago.
-Currently, it does what is claimed of it.
-I would have liked the watch to be solar powered and atomic-like another watch I own that is regulated by Ft. Collins atomic clock signal.
-Mr. Spock and I are waiting for next updated version.
This review is from: 82-536C Chef Buddy Digital Detachable Measuring Cup Scale
Pros: Simple to use, accurate measuring device.
Cons: None so far.
Other Thoughts: I bought this electronic measuring device to help me get the proper amount of oil in my car. The BM* doesn't have an oil dip stick, and I needed to get the proper amount of 6.9 quarts. I poured in 6 quarts and then measured out .9 or 14.4 oz. in the cup. The computer showed it to be the perfect amount. It was great for what I needed it to do.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: -The Corsair Flash Voyager Slider 128GB drive is extremely fast, has quality construction, and a very cool design.
-You can easily open it with one hand, using your thumb, index finger, and middle finger. It closes with a flick of your index finger. A rubberized coating on the knurled sides add to this endeavor. You don’t have to worry about losing the cap with its unique “Slider” design. It’s just awesome!
-It has a loop for a lanyard like most quality thumb drives.
-It’s Plug-n-play with no further drivers needed. You plug it in, and it’s immediately recognized. Properties show 115GB free space and 32KB of used space for the 128GB drive.
-It’s also backwards compatible with USB 2.0 and works great.
-Warranty: 5 years!!
Cons: None at all!
Other Thoughts: -Again, Corsair didn’t let me down. The pure quality of this and every CORSAIR product I own is the best you can buy. You’ll love this new flash drive like I do.
-CORSAIR service people are great too.
-I got the following “awesome” test results:
Crystal Disk Mark Benchmark (1000MB Test File, Sequential Read/Write)
USB 3.0--READ 154.2MB/s---WRITE 37.65MB/s
USB 2.0--READ 42.57MB/s---WRITE 20.55MB/s
My system consists of the following:
Motherboard: ASROCK P67 Fatality PRO
CPU: Intel 2600k
Memory: CORSAIR Vengeance 16GB
CPU Cooler: CORSAIR H70 water cooling
Drives: Intel 250GB SSD, WD 1TB, Lite-On Blue-Ray Writer
Card Reader: AFT PRO-55U
Power Supply: CORSAIR 1200w
Case: Cooler Master HAF-X
Operating System: Win 7 PRO 64 Bit