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Pros: Sounds great. Used it in the warehouse, cranked it all the way up and it filled with non-distorted precise music. It sounds better at higher the play levels; which is great.
Other Thoughts: I wish I would have bought two. It is so versatile with it's lithium battery that you don't need to plug it in for hours.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: SanDisk Extreme 16GB Micro SDHC UHS-1/Class 10 Flash Memory
Cons: After initial file transfer it went into write protection mode and won't unlock. It'll make it seem like things are writing to the card, but when you take it out and put it back in, your original file transfer is the only thing there.
I have a Micro SD slot in my PC and I used the adapter supplied and nothing works. I tried to have my phone format it and no-go, Tried it in my DSLR and it said get another card.
Tried it in safe mode, in a SD to Sata adapter to make it into a regular drive and used:
CCleaner drive eraser and said it finished, but it was still the same
Acronis True image at bootup, Wiped the drive and said done, but it's still the same
Changing file names to .old, no good.
Next up, Hammer!
Other Thoughts: What a waste of time.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Good fan design. Quiet at lower levels while still moving a decent amount of air.
Cons: Not what's pictured. Specs aren't the same. (Rev.2). No daisy chain connection. Uses 0.10A more than the version pictured.
I don't know if it was NewEgg or Arctic Cooling but an Avery sticker was covering up the original barcode and they have two different numbers and descriptions.
Under the label is:
"F12 PMW Rev.2 Case Fan P/N AFACO-120P2-GBA01, 872767006720" which is what I received.
The Avery Label covering it is:
"ARCTIC F12 PMW AFACO-120P0-GBA01, 872767002654" which is NOT correct.
I believe this is NewEgg's handy work, but I could be wrong
Other Thoughts: It's still good fan but NOT what is in the picture. Took one egg off for the deception. (don't know who's at fault for this but needs to be fixed!!!!)READ FULL REVIEW
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