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Pros: Very Fast in a USB 3.0 Reader!
Other Thoughts: Works in a Toshiba Excite 64 Gig tablet....doubles the storage!READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: Cold Steel Rajah Ii 62Kg
Pros: Its a folder...no sheath, no scabbard, no long blade at your side...just a nice folded up knife clipped in your pocket, on your belt or on your pack. Easy to carry in the backcountry.
Also this is the best chopping knife of its kind. Great geometry, steel type, and handling. It keeps an edge and never stops chopping. Because the blade is so thick, you can use it as a stationary splitter while hitting the back with a hard/heavy thumping stick.
If you need to build a fire and/or make a backcountry shelter...this is the knife to have with you.
Cons: Its a folder and if you romp on it to much or forget to keep the screws/bolts tight, it may break on you. Even with this said, I haven't babied it and don't plan on it.
Other Thoughts: Calling it a Kukri means this knife has a lot to live up to. It must be a thick tough blade that holds an edge for days of heavy use. It must chop through thick brush as well as meat and bone. I had my doubts that a folding knife can live up to this but I was not let down. The knife has a lockup as solid as it gets and the thick blade can take on any bush chore. This is now my pack knife. It chops branches and makes kindling like a charm. Because the blade is so thick, you can place it on a larger piece of wood and hit the top thus splitting firewood without needing to carry and axe. Sure its a bit heavy, but I can't live without it while backpacking.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: 64 Gb stock storage
Full Size SDXC Card Slot
Tegra 3 is so very very fast
Screen is beautiful
GPS is Fast and Accurate...used it to navigate for 25 days in the middle of nowhere (desert dirt roads)
....waited years for a tablet to have all the features I needed.
Cons: The only thing I can think of is the light-bleed from the edge of the screen but I don't notice it.
Other Thoughts: Sure, its more pricey than others but I need an SDXC slot...I use a Canon 60D camera and can take out the card and stick it right in the Toshiba and BLAM...I've got all the wonders I can ask for to view the photos in the field. Try doing this with any other tablet.READ FULL REVIEW