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Pros: Nice screen
comfortable when held in one hand
Bought it for on GPS, which works well.
Cons: - I do wish they would not monkey around with the standard Android interface, offer it as options if they must, but learning YET ANOTHER manufacturers idea of what Android should be is a PITA.
- the "two layer" home screen interface is just wrong.
- still haven't figured out how to save a browser bookmark to the home screen(s). It certainly does not work the same way as on my Nexus 6P phone.
- the auto adjust brightness does not work well. It fluctuates noticeably constantly.
Other Thoughts: I would by it again.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: Samsung S5 (G900) Wireless Healthy Activity Tracker (EI-AN900) Black
Pros: Practically free, after rebate.
Cons: The Samsung app does not run on my nexus 6p. The device rejects attempts to sync.
Other Thoughts: Took a chance, hoping I be more lucky than unlucky. There is another comment that suggest a work around. I guess I am to skittish to try it.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Plug it in. Turn it on. Off you go. What could be easier?
Includes low-profile bracket.
Includes data cable
Cons: Does not give any clue as to why/when you need a separate power source (Moles connection).
SATA power splitter and adapters are not easy to find. I used an external power supply at first, but the board seems to get along just fine without it.
Other Thoughts: The board is mercifully trouble free.
A power adapter would be a nice add on that I'd be happy to pay for.
I use it to transfer video from an ol camcorder (Sony Digital Hi8). A trouble free, if tedious, exercise