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This review is from: KINGWIN HDM-225 Internal 2.5" to 3.5" HDD Metal Mounting Kit
Pros: Cheap and does it's job perfectly. Comes with screws too!
Other Thoughts: I was worried about other reviews saying improper locations of the holes but I had no problems installing my Samsung 830 SSD into my ASUS factory PC.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: TATUNG TRC-10STW Stainless Steel Direct Heat Rice Cooker
Pros: Stainless Steel inner pot
Cons: Stopped working after 6 months.
Other Thoughts: HOW does a rice cooker fail after 6 months? It's just a heating element right? This Made in China pot manages to do so. I thought about steering away from expensive Made in Japanese pots but it looks like the Japanese are the only ones who can make long lasting rice cookers. I threw away my 15 year-old Japanese rice cooker too early, thinking this Tatung would last the same; I was so wrong.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: KENSINGTON - LiquidAUX (Bluetooth Car Kit for iPod or iPhone)
Pros: -pairs instantly every time you turn on your car
-controls music by pause, skip, reverse on remote (works well on my blackberry curve 8900)
-hear your conversation via your car speakers (mic is on the front of the unit)
-recharge your phone via USB port (if your phone has that cable)
-plug in and forget, no need to recharge or turn on anything. Once it's plugged in, it's auto-on (there's an off button if you prefer)
Cons: lots of cons make this unit a failure.
-static, buzzing and whirring engine noise is very loud on the AUX in port. Kensington's website claims to give you a "free" ground loop isolator if you call but it turns out this product doesnt qualify for it. the tech support said "this isnt compatible. It's only for the LiquidAUX wireless. you can return it to your vendor"
-wireless remote doesnt always work. many people say it needs to be re-sync'ed every time. try doing THAT while you're driving.
-there is almost NO bass when i play my music via stereo bluetooth. i'm not sure if it's my blackberry or the liquidAux but it plays fine if i didnt use the liquidAux.
-the mic on the unit is poor quality so you may need to repeat yourself a few times during a call. big difference in quality from a regular bluetooth headset. imagine a lot of wind noise even when your windows are closed.
Other Thoughts: i'd probablyget this if it was very cheap, otherwise, it's not a good option. it's REALLY too bad Kensington didnt perfect this device, because if they did, it would have been heaven. If this unit worked better, it would have been the same as the HandsFreeLink found in luxury cars.READ FULL REVIEW