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Other Thoughts: Here the product's description: (copied directly)
- The high capacity of 15000 mAh can largely extend the battery life for most of your mobile devices like smart phones, tables and notebook.
- Adopt top-rated Li-Polymer Battery cells, which are more stable and safe than Li-ion battery, such as both iPad and iPhone use the safer Li-polymer battery. 500+ recharge cycles over the life of the battery.
- A wide range of output voltage (5V/9V/12V): 2* USB output can used to charge most mobile phones with 5V Input; 1* DC output with switchable button to charge tablets, netbook with 9V & 12V Input.
- 4 Intelligent LED status bar will indicate the current battery status, which enables you to have everything under control;
Automatically power on/off function can largely save the energy.
- Security protection design: short-circuit and over current protection; The device will automatic shutdown when short circuit or overload output happened to avoid destroy the device and accident
I love the last part:
"...The device will automatic shutdown when short circuit or overload output happened to avoid destroy the device and accident..."
I expect better Newegg.
Pros: I got what I ordered.
Other Thoughts: This is the first Blu-ray drive I've owned. To date, I've not ran any Blu-rays in it just yet. I can say, however, it is VERY quiet. So quiet I wondered if it was working. Got it on sale for $49 - so far it's worth every pennie. I'll update you all in a couple weeks.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: Sapido BRF70n Smart Wi-Fi Wireless-N Router with Built-In Power Adapter
Pros: Still works great.
The place we stayed had it's own wifi router - rather than keying the very long passkey into each iPod - it plugged this is with a network cable to the router and just bridged the connection. Just like that - all the kids could get their game updates or check e-mail.
Cons: Doesn't recognize my Seagate Satellite HDD when I plug it in. It's medis sharing software is Samba - and I'm not familiar with that yet.
Other Thoughts: iOS7 now complains about a wireless access point not having a connection to the internet - you have to dismiss the warning twice before your iOS7 device will connect to it. Frustrates the kids - and my wife. Apple has yet to add an option to "not bother you with that".READ FULL REVIEW
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