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Pros: Compact, quiet, low voltage.
Cons: I unplugged it and set it on my desk at work. Someone walked by and knocked it off the desk and it fell maybe three feet and landed on the carpet. The CARPET. Two of the blades immediately snapped. Device is unusable. Beware of crappily made miniature fans like this. They also tend to loosen the USB port.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: It spins, fast. I'm in a rather hot office so it's kind of nice to have -- the fact it's USB and so portable allows a variety of angles to blow air, all in all it's just a fan though. It is almost completely silent however and that should not be overlooked.
Cons: The neck is too short and often contradicts the physics of the blades. No LED (but for the price makes sense) and no control of the speed. It's like using the wind turbines from SimCity 2000 instead of hydro electric powerplants to win over the favor of the local populace. ;)
Other Thoughts: I've seen hundreds of these but I ordered it on a whim, it gets funny looks and so do I, but I just wish it were capable of radiating cooler (and more) air.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: Transcend JetFlash 700 64GB USB 3.0 Flash Drive Model TS64GJF700
Pros: Dropped it by mistake not once but twice, not a scratch on it. I don't mind the cap, in fact I prefer it over those irritating sliding gadgets that tend to move when you don't want them to.
It's not heating up like this miniature caldera I got from a filthy best buy, but I'm not very impressed with the speeds. It certainly trumps 2.0 but you won't see people celebrating its performance.
That said I just ordered another a few hours ago.
Cons: A lanyard would be helpful when the design basically screams "We are just going to throw a small hole here and let the user figure something clever out, maybe with fishing wire."
Other Thoughts: I also ordered one of their 1TB external 3.0 drives based off my experiences with Transcend so far. Here's to hoping.READ FULL REVIEW