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Pros: matches USB 3 color. many do not
Cons: none yet, its stable so far
Other Thoughts: company went extra distance to include some freebies ; while not worth giving extra credit for(verses the quality of product) it was a extra good deal factoring base price + shipping + free items
vid review here(newegg wouldnt host .mp4):
This review is from: Rosewill RFSH-12001 8-sheet Cross-Cut Paper, Credit Card and Staples Shredder
Cons: poor manufacturing
fell apart in a few shreds. top by motor actually cracked from a insertion of 5-8 sheets of paper and jammed so bad that the plastic around the motor cracked. viva paper towels are stronger
Other Thoughts: and i though that fellows 'low end' shredders were weak and on the receiving end of poor manufacturing quality. i find everything rosewill makes is either a home run or paperweight. this one was a fail.
too disinterested to RMA. bought a better brand
This review is from: ADATA Premier 32GB microSDHC UHS-I CLASS 10 with Adapter
Pros: not a one
well,the yellow was appealing on the usb drive
Cons: i bought two 10 class minis and two 32 GIG USB3 and two 16GIG USB3s.
I put the first mini in my Samsung TL225 camera. Worked good for a couple weeks.
Also backed up several important files on the 32GIG USB drives. All Adata.
One day I was using the camera and upon plugging it in via the proprietary USB I was waiting a long time to copy files and for folders to open. I was surprised because up to then it had been the fastest mini SD I had used. After an eternity I gave up and then realized I could not eject the camera because the cards drive letter had disappeared.
I quickly powered down the computer and then rebooted and tried the card with a USB reader[IO gear] which i had used many many times before.
after 3 or 4 more tries it started simply booting the cards drive letter...then a few seconds 'do-doo', it was back.
repeat repeat...finally it stabilized and instead of 5 folders and several sub folders of a month of data for court...hundreds of folders in ascaii-looking script, i.e. corruption
I was beyond frustrated.
I opened the second mini. This one i couldnt even get to read in my camera or card reader without its drive letter playing peek-a-boo ( all in Win7x64 UL and/or Win7 x86 H.P.). To top it off, when i checked the two 32GIG USB drives BOTH were garbage. You could see the file structure but try clicking a folder and wait...wait....wait....
instead of bother i just gave up
a bad batch of flash memory? what other excuse is possible?
Other Thoughts: Im sure I will never get these again. and fortunately all but one were 2nd or third backups so the only damage done to me was 5-6 GIGs worth of pictures and short vids that I need for court coming up soon. Also, I did try a micro to mini adapter and stuck that in a couple different laptops. Every time the result was the same.
Irreplaceable data. That was why I was as a standard making three separately located copies of all data. Which was great for all but the one card.
I dont need a 'whoopsie' manufacturer, I could use help paying the 700.00 that drive savers is getting for (hopefully) recovering that camera card.