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This review is from: Blu Dash 4.0 D270a Black 3G Unlocked Dual SIM Cell Phone
Pros: Simple SIM card transfer plus a second SIM slot if you travel or want a backup provider.
Built in GPS receiver. Browser supports Adobe Flash.
Actually they are shipping the D271a with Jellybean 4.2.2 if you order one (which I received but no guarantee of that).
This phone also works with a provider like Family Mobile which uses T-Mobile.
The phone will support up to a 64GB micro SD card even though it states 32GB. Make sure to create folders on your SD card called Music, Movies, Pictures, etc just like on the main phones memory.
Cons: Do not buy if you are on Verizon or Sprint as those systems are CDMA based even if you have a SIM card for them. Also many phones are not SIM card based and locked internally to your provider.
This is not a 4G phone (No LTE). But I get better speeds on 3G because of my location and towers.
Other Thoughts: Bought for $79 on a Newegg Shell Shocker deal.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: Seagate Expansion 2TB USB 3.0 3.5" Desktop External Hard Drive STBV2000100
Pros: A lot of storage for the price on sale. You can also remove the drive from that case and use it as an internal SATA.
Cons: The case this comes is is vented but it needs more. At the minimum do not put it on it's feet ... lay it on it's side with the bottom vent holes more exposed. Laying it down as designed will make it eventually overheat.
Other Thoughts: I added much more venting to the case and re-assembled it. It now runs 15C cooler.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: PNY Attaché 2 64GB USB 2.0 Flash Drive Model P-FD64GATT2-GE
Pros: For the $28 on the blowout price it was very well worth it for the size. You do need to reformat it to NTFS like mentioned in another review. It will increase your transfer speed 3x-4x. If you don't have a USB 3.0 computer this was a good deal for a USB 2.0 thumb drive.
Cons: Slow unless reformatted.READ FULL REVIEW
Display Name: Ryan D.
Date Joined: 01/02/06
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