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This review is from: cirago BTA-6210 Micro Bluetooth Dongle support Bluetooth 2.1 USB 2.0
Pros: Tiny. I mean itsy-bitsy tiny. I think it is as big as it is just to give you something to grab onto when it is in the USB port. Range is excellent; can't test it scientifically, but the range is much better than my other (older and much larger) bluetooth dongle.
Cons: Easy to suck up when vacuuming?
Other Thoughts: Trivial I know, but its blue led matches everything else about my main system, an Antec case named bluebox. :)READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Inexpensive. Seems dependable, fast, no glitches. Installed easily in a Linux system (Ubuntu 8.04). It came with no paraphernalia--no box, no CD, no excessive packaging--none of which I wanted anyway.
Cons: It's not 2 terabytes. Too inexpensive. I wasn't even looking for a drive, and I bought this because it was so cheap. Now the house is cluttered with 'little' drives (all under 50 gigs--and I thought 2 GB was ginormous once upon a time!) that I have no more use for. They just seem too small to use, and I'm wishing I got a really beeg one instead, like 2 TB.
I guess if getting a 640 GB drive for 69 bucks makes me want more, then that's not a con, at least not from NewEgg's perspective.
Other Thoughts: If your MoBo is parallel-ATA only (no neat little SATA connectors) then be sure to get an ATA to SATA adapter like Item#:N82E16812156010. If you're good to go with SATA already, then go with the impulse and get this one now, and think about which really beeg drive you'll get later.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: BYTECC BT-2000 USB to PS2 Adapter
Pros: Neat, simple solution. Inexpensive. Well made. Looks good. Worked perfectly the whole time I used it. Essential remedy for combining a ShuttlePC and a classic IBM clicky keyboard.
Cons: None other than it is not indestructible. When moving my PC, I caught the PS2 end of this adapter on the desk corner, pulling the USB end apart. If this part didn't break, the damage may have been to my PC's USB port/motherboard, and far more expensive.READ FULL REVIEW