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Pros: Qualcomm Quick Charge! Charges my OnePlus One from dead to full in about 3 hours when my older Nexus 1.5 A charger would take 8 hours from dead.
Cons: Adapter Positioning takes up 3 slots in a normal surge protector. IT appears to be designed more for the "Wall" (it is even in the name).
if you sockets are above/below this doesn't block a jack. However, if they are side by side, it will block the adjacent sockets.
Other Thoughts: Test on my Samsung S4 mini, Nexus 7 (2013, wifi) and my OnePlus One. The first 2 do not support quick charge to my knowledge, but it still seemed to charge quicker than their normal chargers. Works like a charm on my OnePlus One though!READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Was fairly cheap and included a microSD to USB and microSD to SD adapters. Maintained 10MB write and 20MB read on most larger file sizes.
Cons: Speed drop under 10MB/s quickly on small files however this shouldnt be a big deal on most mobile or camera applications.
Other Thoughts: Raw stats from "USB Flash Benchmark" using the supplied USB2 to microUSB converter:
16384k:6 Average Write Speed:10.61MB/s
16384k:6 Average Read Speed:19.82MB/s
256k:40 Average Write Speed:8.91MB/s
256k:40 Average Read Speed:19.68MB/s
32k:320 Average Write Speed:5.05MB/s
32k:320 Average Read Speed:14.87MB/s
16k:320 Average Write Speed:3.34MB/s
16k:320 Average Read Speed:11.24MB/s
2k:2560 Average Write Speed:0.17MB/s
2k:2560 Average Read Speed:2.38MB/s
Pros: Fast! Newest Tech, Long life. Included software transfers your data with ease! No need to boot from a boot disk and do a bit-bit copy.
Cons: Not as fast as i was hoping, but still fast! Not really a con, but i couldnt think of anything else.
Again, not really a con.. But the 850 EVO just came out too... 1 week after i purchased this!
Other Thoughts: Replaced a 840 EVO with this 850 PRO. I have 32GB of ram of which i can not really tell how much RAPID is using. Seems to be around 4GB or so (from the non-paged pool). I can say that i have never been beat on my load times on League of Legends!
Dont have any raw stats, but i am running an older Ivy-Bridge 3770. Using Magician, my speeds are right where Magician says they should be, but the IOPS are slightly lower. I am sure that is a limiting factor of my mobo.
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