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Pros: -Slim like external drive 5.4inx2.87x0.35mm/ 5.64oz
-Dual USB Output 5V 1.5A/1A
-IPhone 5 compatible tested it.
-Blue LED capacity/charging indicator w/power button
-metal case/glossy type
-Portable pocket size a little bigger than iphone 5
-Not bad for the price with rebate
-comes with Micro USB cable
Cons: Some minor issue.
-Blue light will lit when charging a device so it may a factor
that drains power from the battery, it could be better that it
will auto-power off while charging.
-Packaging looks cheap so its like buying generic pwrbank
-I give 3 Star with the design of the case
-Glossy case so its a fingerprint magnet surface
Other Thoughts: Functions as intended but if you want much better design
you can try other brand, I purchased different powerbanks
and I find the thermaltake much better with good design but not so slim compare with this rosewill, but if you want
slim type this will do.
This review is from: TOSHIBA Canvio Basics 3.0 500GB USB 3.0 2.5" Portable Hard Drive HDTB105XK3AA Black
Pros: Just a basic USB 3.0/2.0 Compatibilty, labeled with a 3 year limited warranty. Non glossy slim case so its not a fingerprint magnet and comes with a 3.0 USB cable, you dont need a separate power supply.
Cons: The cable that comes with this unit is a USB to 3.0 Port cable so be careful not to break/lose the cable since you can't use a USB 2.0 cable from other external drives,
the drive inside is not a standard SATA drive so you can't use the drive as a replacement laptop drive or use a SATA adapters incase you break/lose your 3.0 cable.
No enough documentation that comes with the box but
you can always look it online.
Other Thoughts: Not to basic insideREAD FULL REVIEW
Pros: I am a comp. tech for almost 12 yrs, I trust Seagate Hard drives and they are in the storage business for for many years. but talking about the durability there are no brand exception they are all subject to failure's, defects and errors but Seagate keeps improving to perfection and producing good quality hard drives.
Cons: sometimes the end User(s) are responsible why the hard drive fails.READ FULL REVIEW