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This review is from: B&A BT-101KB Bluetooth Wireless Keyboard and Foldable Universal Tablet Stand Bundle
Pros: Well, it does work. I do actually prefer a wireless keyboard that takes batteries vs a built-in rechargeable. It is a decent size.. I guess. You wouldn't be too upset if you spilled your beer on it or left it at a friends house..forever..
Cons: Chinky / Clinky / Clacky Keys. Just really the deal breaker. I new imediately when I took it out of the packaging that it was a cheap piece of trash. The keys are soo loud and cheap it's just annoying to even use it. For $16 I should have known what I was getting into, but I just figured that it would at least be decent.. but really I feel like I got it at the Dollar Tree. Seriously the character printing on the keys is smeared where the Chinese kid's arms must have gotten tired.
Other Thoughts: If you can deal with loud keys, by all means go for it. But spend a little extra and get a nicer keyboard. I'm going to end up spending $46 after I buy the $30 dollar keyboard that I should have bought in the first place.
It amazes me all the garbage we as humans make these days. Really, when something is this cheap and worthless, why even make it? What a waste of our earths resources.
This review is from: Team Xtreem 64GB microSDXC Flash Card With Card Reader Model TUSDX64GUHS30
Pros: Just got this today and it's working fine. Shows 58.2Gb of available space. Formatted just fine in NTSF using my Acer Iconia Windows Tablet. I ran some benchmarks with HDTune and averaged about 15.7MB/sec for transfer speeds. Which surprisingly enough is not much slower than my more expensive 32Gb Samsung Card. So overall the speeds are very good. Lastly, I think it's interesting that HDTune also shows the card as "SanDisk" which would mean that these are actually SanDisk cards rebranded for Team Products.
It's fast, It works, Great price.
Cons: I have not owned this card very long. If it fails within the next year that would be a bummer, but I think that it appearing to be an actual SanDisk card makes me feel a little better. I think that any card, regardless of their Manufacture are all at risk for failure. It's incredible that they can fit 64Gb on a card like this in the first place... but it's temporarily storage. You should always make sure you have your files backed up in multiple locations.
Other Thoughts: It's a Micro SD card it works, it's fast. and it appears to be and actual San Disk card. As far as reliability you should always backup your important files to multiple sources.
Also the USB thing that comes with it is nice too. I like it better than the SD card adapters.
Pros: Well after 4 years of selling HDMI cables and TVs at Best Buy it sucks having to pay retail for nice cables these days.. However I think that for $10 this cable is pretty solid and seems to be of good quality. Tme will tell long term durability but I believe it to be as good as most of the Rocketfish cables we used to sell at the Big Box.
Cons: Not really any cons, it does what I need it too and it's a digital signal so anyone who says more expensive HDMI cables give you a better picture needs to read a book.
Other Thoughts: It's $10 and it works and looks and feels like a good cable.