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This review is from: Team 64GB microSDXC Flash Card Model TUSDX64GUHS03
Pros: Great price. Big enough for most people. Plugged it into my Note 4 and from there, the only struggle was trying to figure out what to put on it to fill it up. HD movies? Check. A few TV shows? Check. Enough music to put it on shuffle and not hear the same song for a week or two? Check.
Cons: Keeps getting cheaper and cheaper, the longer it is after I've already purchased it.. But that's the tech life.
Other Thoughts: I wasn't sure if I should trust Team for my precious phone data, but as of now, I'm glad I did. Used to be a die hard SanDisk fan due to having issues with other mfg's failing in the past, but it seems now that that's a thing of the past (except a few companies). Would definitely buy this again, assuming it does't fail any time soon. So far, so good.
Also, I don't have any benchmark tests for this card, but I can snap several 16 MP pics in rapid succession and it doesn't miss a beat. Or record 3840x2160@ 30 FPS/1920x1080@ 60 FPS, so it doesn't seem to be lacking there.
This review is from: SAMSUNG D3 Station 2TB USB 3.0 3.5" Desktop External Hard Drive STSHX-D201TDB Black
Pros: Drives themselves are pretty good. Solid so far. Considering I paid a Grant and Jackson per, not too bad for a drive I'll only plug in every blue moon to backup. If they last 5 yrs, it'll be worth the peace of mind.
Cons: Only ONE I've found, and it was one that has been previously noted here in the 'eggs reviews. USB 3.0 drops off randomly during heavy file transfers. Doesn't drop when on USB2.0 or when transferring from a bottlenecked source that will not fully utilize USB3.0 speeds (10/100 Ether or so). Not sure what's up with that, maybe Seagate went with the lowest of the lowest bidder for the USB/Sata board? Bare drives take full speed transfers without a hitch.
Other Thoughts: Other than that, all of the power tips were flawless.
USB 3.0 cable is pretty short, at a smidge over 2 feet. D'no why all USB3.0 cables I've seen are this short..
And for anyone wondering, the drives are Seagate Barracuda 7200 RPM. Model # ST2000DM001.
Now you know..
This review is from: Logitech G930 USB Connector Circumaural Wireless Gaming Headset
7.1 "fake" surround, but still works great
Great fit- tight on my head, but not uncomfortable after a few hours.
Battery lasts quite a while.
Software works great.
Range is pretty good as well. PC is in basement, and I can step outside for a bit and audio never even stutters. I'd have to be in the street before it loses connection.
Cons: 2.4 Ghz Wireless. In a relatively RF free environment, these work flawlessly. But when several Bluetooth or WiFi networks are near and have activity, they tend to cut out.
Other Thoughts: USB dongle is a bit long, but will not hinder any other USB slots, just sticks out a bit.
As for Wireless, I've tried these in a few places. At home and at friends. Typically, homes are pretty great, in basements almost never disconnecting, above ground has occasional disconnect that's reconnected in seconds. Annoying, perhaps. But they can cut out a lot at apartments. Nightmarish.
Mic boom has a mic mute toggle, so there's no need to fumble for a button- just raise it.
Also, they feel like they wouldn't take much at all to become a mangled heap. Since I only have them on my head or in a dedicated space, this shouldn't be a problem for me tho. Just figured I'd give a heads up there.
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