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Pros: + It just works
+ Audio quality is excellent. I cannot distinguish any difference between a cable or going wireless.
+ Solid build with some weight to it. Nice packaging. Presentation quality is high like unboxing something from Apple for example. Product is smaller than I pictured.
+ Bonus microphone built in to handle speakerphone use in a car for example.
Cons: I can't think of any cons at the moment. I've only owned this product for 24 hours and so far I love it. I'll update accordingly if I find something, but so far so good.
Other Thoughts: I use this in my car plugged into the AUX port. This is so much easier than plugging in the 3.5 mm cable into my iPhone 6+ which ends up falling out all the time due to the iPhone case I use. This just works and allows me to just get in my car and fire up my music or audio app without futzing for cables. Its much safer to just focus on the drive than to worry about constantly re-adjusting an audio cable or better yet using the speakerphone through the car for hands free calling.
I got this on sale during the holidays and it is well worth the price for the convenience and added safety when using a phone in the car. I was also presently surprised how nice the packaging and unboxing was. This was put together nicely and the product has a nice solid feel like an Apple TV would but a fraction of the size.
This review is from: Link Depot USB2-SATA USB2.0 TO IDE/SATA Adapter Cable
Pros: SATA power adapter works. That's about it.
Cons: No matter what sata hard drive I plug in, the PC will not recogognize it. Sometimes if I'm lucky in Disk Management I will get an "Uninitialized Disk" and when you go to partition it MBR or GUID, it says "Device not Ready".
The only thing that seems to work is the power adapter. I tried this device on 2 different laptops and also a desktop computer, all with USB 2.0 ports, directly into the PC (no hubs).
I tried it in Windows 7 64bit and also booting off an Acronis TrueImage cd. That's what I really wanted this for, to image the hard drive to a spare disk and restore it.