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Pros: - micron quality
- reasonably priced
- chromebox compatible
Other Thoughts: Works great in an Asus chromebox. Recognized as DDR3 1600MHz.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: - Active protection against brownouts and surges
- piece of mind
Cons: - expensive
Other Thoughts: My home has whole house air conditioning which uses a lot of power and causes brownouts when the motor and pump turn on. Before I installed the line conditioner I had a lot of strange unexplained crashes, especially USB devices, bluetooth and video conference cameras, were really flakey.
I tend to rely on sleep mode and leave my systems on for months at a time. After I installed the line conditioner the system became much more reliable and I haven't experienced any odd crashes or misbehaving USB devices.
Pros: - solid all aluminum construction
- tiny and lightweight
- 60W power supply
- 3 dedicated charging ports for when computer is off
Cons: - tiny and lightweight. With a few cables, it won't still still on a table top. I used a little earthquake hold putty to mount it to the top of my computer otherwise it would slide off.
Other Thoughts: I did a quick test reading from a USB3 flash drive (pny), and a USB3 hard disk (seagate). I was able to sustain over 170MB/s reads through a single USB port. This was on an ASUS M59A LE R2.0 motherboard running Linux. I don't have enough USB3 devices to really max out the bandwidth. Since this board only has rear mounted USB3 ports, this hub brings the ports to a location which is more useful.READ FULL REVIEW