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Pros: Very slim, feels very solid when holding, looks great. Better than WD ultra or slim line.
Cons: LED status light should have been on the opposite of the drive. Most of the time where you plug in the drive are facing away from you making it hard to see the blue LED activity light.
Other Thoughts: Would buy and recommend to a peer.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Durable, inexpensive, plug and play comes with all cables and AC adapter! Tested on USB 3.0 with both drives, worked fine. connected via eSATA only one drive can be seen at a time does not matter what slot unless Motherboard/bios support port multiplier. Everything is said in the manual so no second guess! Transfer rate for USB3.0 peak at 100MB/s & eSATA also peak at 100MB on 7200RPM drive! Green drive are a bit slow at 69-80MB on both eSATA & USB3.0.
Cons: Little complaint but minor not enough to knock out an egg.
A big bulky and eject button are weak!
Other Thoughts: Also worked on most media player!!! WD....HUB and live!READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Very easy to install, worth the money to upgrade to USB 3.0 on older Motherboard, mine is ASUS P5E3 Premium WiFi running Q9770. Put it n 16x PCIe.
Cons: Minor request for future card, is an LED status light of some sort to indicate PCB in active!
Would be nice if it on board power is a SATA molex versus ols type molex.
Other Thoughts: I have tried many USB 3.0 adapter and none seemed to work like this one, Esp. the internal hearder for your Front USB 3.0 ports, Awsome! Transfer rate are up to 99MB/s.READ FULL REVIEW