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This review is from: KeyTronic KT400P4 Light Gray PS/2 Wired Standard Keyboard
Pros: A very good non-mechanical PS/2 keyboard. Compact housing, full-sized keys, good key travel, swing-out props for rear height adjustment.
Cons: None so far.
Other Thoughts: I bought this as a replacement for a 1991 CompuAdd mechanical keyboard (5-pin DIN, higher power draw?) used on an 8-port KVM switch. Compatibility issues solved.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: 1W Solar Battery Charger + USB Charger for 5#7# dry cell for 1-4pcs AA/AAA Power
Pros: Charges up to four AA and/or AAA Ni-MH batteries via sunlight or included USB adaptor. Seems to be of good quality lightweight plastic, not overly bulky for its purpose. Arrived intact through shipment.
Front panel LED lights for each battery indicate relative strength of charging by brightness for solar charging, and it can also indicate an individual bad battery if present.
Comes with a transparent battery cover to protect against dirt getting on the sliders, stationary contacts and in the battery housing.
Solar panel is a bit bigger than previous similar solar chargers I've purchased, and the charger is less complicated to use.
The charging cable can be stored inside the battery compartment when not in use.
Cons: Uses what looks like two-foot proprietary USB adaptor cable, with a wall wort-type jack at the charger side, instead of a connector for one of the many standard USB cables widely available. So try not to misplace it.
Battery cover snaps on and off with light pressure, and may need a little care while handling the charger.
Other Thoughts: Works fine so far. USB charging is generally much faster than by sunlight, of course. I use a few of these to keep batteries on standby for my wireless devices, and to cut the cord while those wireless devices were charging. Very convenient. As inexpensive or costs less than some other wall chargers. Great deal.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: Transcend JetFlash 110 4GB Flash Drive (USB2.0 Portable) Model TS4GJF110
Pros: Very fast.
Cons: None so far.
Other Thoughts: My first real-world experience with the Transcend JetFlash 110 4GB Flash Drive was excellent. I installed a ~300 MB Operating System (OS) image (.IMG) file to the drive, plugged it into a newly-built computer and booted up on the image file with no problem. It took three(3) minutes to install the OS from the image file on the drive versus fifteen(15) minutes for an .ISO installed on a CD, drive speed 48x. At first I thought something went wrong becuase the install was so quick, but the OS is working perfectly. In this instance, the drive performed about five times faster than installing an OS with a CD.
I have no benchmark numbers or packaging quotes. Just my direct experience for this particular drive within a week of purchasing it.