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SIIG JK-WR0612-S1 Black 87 Normal Keys 9 Function Keys USB RF Wireless Mini Ultra Slim Multimedia Keyboard
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  • neweggOwned For: 1 month to 1 year

Pros: Small, light, and wireless. No setup issues. Since the computer just sees it as a USB keyboard, there's no drivers to worry about, I've used it on Linux, Mac, and Windows.

For its size, easy to type on. Decent key response considering how flat it is.

Cons: Not a replacement for my full-sized keyboard at my desk.

Other Thoughts: This is great both for my easy chair and for traveling.

Sans Digital 5-Bay eSATA RAID 0/1/10/5/JBOD Tower Storage Enclosure w/ 6G PCIe Card TR5M+B (Black)
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  • neweggOwned For: 1 month to 1 year

Pros: The enclosure works great. It's really easy to add and remove drives, and it's not too loud.

Cons: The card is a piece of junk. I would have been much better off if it hadn't been included. RocketRaid is now on my "Do Not Buy" list.

Other Thoughts: Really, if you buy this, throw the card away and get something else. I eventually purchased a SYBA SD-SA2PEX-1E1I PCI Express SATA II from Newegg for 20 bucks that is sufficient for my needs (software raid5 for home use).

Hitachi GST Deskstar H3IK30003272SW (0S03208) 3TB 7200 RPM 64MB Cache SATA 6.0Gb/s 3.5
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  • neweggOwned For: 1 month to 1 year

Pros: 3 TB
Good performance
Purchased 6 so far, no issues

Cons: Advanced Format gives me a headache.

Other Thoughts: I'm using them in 2 3-disk software raid5 arrays, under Debian GNU/Linux. The first has been running for almost a year, I just got the second set up recently.

The first array I futzed around a lot to make sure I got the alignment right.

The second one I just trusted parted (version 2.3) to do it right, and it seems to have worked fine.

parted DEVICE mklabel gpt
parted DEVICE unit TB mkpart primary ext3 0 3.00


Andrew S.'s Profile

Display Name: Andrew S.

Date Joined: 01/06/03

  • Reviews: 4
  • Helpfulness: 2
  • First Review: 01/14/12
  • Last Review: 01/14/12
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