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This review is from: Nippon Labs 6 ft. Model DP-DVI-6 DisplayPort to DVI-D 28 AWG Cable M-M
Pros: Heavy, sturdy cable.
Adequate length for most uses.
Connects and works as intended.
Cons: Large, bulky connectors might be a bit large for really tight areas or applications
Other Thoughts: No issues so far, would buy this again if needed.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: Rosewill RCDV-11006 - Black, 6-Foot DVI-I Male to VGA Male Cable
Pros: Nice length.
Works as desired.
Thick and sturdy.
Cons: Thick cable won't bend easily around tight corners or within limited space, such as between a desk and wall, but it is manageable.
Other Thoughts: ONE CAVEAT: This is a DVI-I cable connector, not a DVI-D, which means it has the 4 little pins around the "blade" pin connector inside the DVI head. Be sure your video device has the corresponding 4 female openings, or this cable will not connect!READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Fast! Not much else in this capacity or price range will best this drive.
Very affordable performance.
Thin, only 7mm.
Includes 2mm adapter plate for use in 9mm enclosures or applications.
Super lightweight, easily mounted in a PC case using only a 1" strip of Velcro tape.
Cons: Plastic housing, not metal.
Other Thoughts: After having some very poor experiences with another brand of SSD a few years back (three letters, beginning with an O and ending with a Z,) I stuck to Samsung SSDs exclusively (which have not let me down to this day so far.)
However, when this Kingston drive showed up at a very attractive price, I took the bait and have been very pleased with the results so far. It is fast, effective and so light you can practically mount it with a small wad of chewing gum to your PC case wall or floor. (OK, let's not really do that, please use Velcro instead.)
It's too early to tell regarding long-term performance and durability, but the initial results are quite pleasing and, at this time, I would purchase another of these drives again, if needed.