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This review is from: Rosewill 17.3" Notebook Computer Backpack Model RMBP-12001
Pros: This thing is giant. And I mean giant. I was getting tired of my Asus k53E laptop w/ its sleeve getting stuck in my military style backpack, so I bought this for the future investment if it. (looking at picking up a notebook on top of everything else I have) so, time to get down and dirty:
Holds my 15.6" Asus laptop in the protected pocket w/ a laptop sleeve over the top of it. In the same pocket I keep my other expensive gear, namely my Canon Rebel T3i with a case for lenses. A hat and shirt usually as well (I live in Florida and the weather likes to be funny) Inside the 2nd pocket I have my school work and papers [3 1in binders, 2 notebooks, sleeve of loose leaf paper, and graphing calculator, plus a couple of smallish books (paperback copy of brave new world for example)]. Also in the 2nd pocket is a pocket towards the top for and audio device. My WesternDigital SE 1TB external Hard Drive fits perfectly in that pocket along with the cable (Tried running the cable through the top but it was a no go) in the 3rd pocket I have a 25' Ethernet cable, power cord for my laptop and my tablet and a set of DJ style Headphones. In the front most pocket I have a pocket knife, my 7in Coby tablet, pens and pencils, 3 SD cards in protective cases and 3 more flash drives. Off to the right side there is a my wireless adapter, also from rosewell. in the lower right hand pocket is a portable music bullet speaker and a mouse I take with me for photoshop and video editing in premier. off to the left I have a computer repair screwdriver kit in the lower pocket and some spare paracord. This thing is in fact giant. I'm 5'11" and it fits me just fine. This is my computer back pack. Went from my MilSpeck 900D Nylon backpack to this.
Cons: It's not water resistant. I bought it knowing this. If Rosewell came out with a 900D Nylon bag in the same size for under $60, I'd buy it in a heart beat.
Other Thoughts: Buy this. It will last awhile and will take the beating. If you have a large labbbie or multiple computers/components, buy this. You wont regret itREAD FULL REVIEW
This review is from: Team X101 64GB USB 3.0 Flash Drive (Blue) Model TG064GX101LX
Pros: Its USB 3.0, even in a USB 2.0 it's faster than a higher end 2.0 device. 64GB. Cant beat that for less than $40. This flash drive is my main flash drive on my newly established geek chain (using several others to run OS's off of flash) I'm constantly on the go and taking my external Hard drive with me isnt always convenient. So this was partitioned and holds 32GB of storage and carries Linux Studio64
Cons: A standard beaded necklace (like a dog tag chainw hich I have mine on) will not fit through the hole which made it semi-inconvenient having to cut some paracord to keep it with my tag's. The lid for the flash drive is easily lost. Looking at putting a hole through the top of mine and attaching it through a small string so I cant lose it again.
Other Thoughts: Cant go wrong. This is the first product from TEAM I've bought and I'm completely satisfied. Transfer speeds are killer, read and write speeds are nice as well. I've only used it through a couple of USB 2.0 slots and 2.0 hubs and have only had it in an 3.0 slot once. didnt really see a real difference in write speeds (was transferring a mix of 1080p video and mp3's)READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: Transcend 16GB Secure Digital High-Capacity (SDHC) Flash Card Model TS16GSDHC10
Pros: Gets the Job done, It's 16GB, Holds almost 500 RAW Format pictures
Cons: Went bad only 1 year after purchase. The Card literally just fell apart. So I lost 8GB of photo's. Thank you Transcend!
Other Thoughts: It was a great card while it lasted. Admittedly I'm hard on all my cards, But I expected more out of a name brand company that I've bought from before and never had a problem like this.READ FULL REVIEW