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This review is from: LG HBS-730 Black TONE+ Wireless Bluetooth Stereo Headset
Pros: After initial setup, they now instantly connect to my phone as soon as they turn on. Ready to listen within 5 seconds.
A little voice tells you your battery level on startup.
They sound amazing. Deep bass and clean, 3D sound if your music is awesome enough to produce sound like that..
Volume control, next/last track and microphone for talking all built in.
They weigh a few ounces, so I don't even notice them on my neck. Small enough to slip under my collar..
Magnetic holder mounts on each end.
NO more long WIRES hanging all over me,tethered to my device, or tangled up in knots,. And no more wearing away headphone jacks or damaging them by accidental bending..
Great battery life. I can get in about 5x 30 minute commutes before needing recharge
Cons: The little voice does not tell you battery level on shutdown.
No case or bag, luckily I had a small nylon bag from a car mount which fit these perfectly. Can't imagine it would cost more than $2-3, so it would have been nice if it were included.
Other Thoughts: I don't know how I lived with wired headphones for so long. When I see people still walking around with wires hanging all over,, I want to run up to every one of them and say: "WOW! Have you heard!? It's the future! No more wires for your headphones!! Still no flying cars yet though...READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: CORSAIR Voyager Slider 128GB USB 3.0 Flash Drive Model CMFSL3B-128GB
Pros: Clean design, nice casing materials, and fast transfers.
USB 2 read/write: 20-34mb/s
USB 3 read 150mb/s
Burst transfers up to 250mb/s or more.
Been running great for 4 months now.
Cons: Case is too wide, which I could thankfully tell before purchase, so had to buy small extension cable to be sure it can easily fit in all of the different computer port sizes I need connect to. Also helps with hard to reach spots.
Had some trouble with speed in the beginning, and I'm not sure how or why, but this thing literally had to get "warmed up" before it functioned properly, and reported correct transfer speeds....
Copying, deleting, formatting, changing cluster size, and working with Corsair tech support on and off for over 2 weeks trying to understand why the transfer progress bar would only move after a new file started, or 45sec+ passed. Write speeds on USB 2 were also low, 10-14mb/s.
Finally after about 3 weeks of usage and testing in random computers, bam! all of the sudden ut started to fly like it should, and progress updates functioned normal again. I've near seen anything like it, and have to dock 1 egg due to the hassle of all the troubleshooting. Thankfully all has been fine since.
Pros: Strong, beefy cable, with tight, secure connectors and advertized USB 3 speeds. Can't ask for more.
Other Thoughts: I use this as small extension for my flash drive which is too wide to cleanly fit in many ports.
Love Rosewill cables. I have personally bought or recommended purchase of over 20 different sizes, and haven't had a single problem.