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Pros: Wireless connection, all-in-one design, small and fairly light, good battery life (so far).
Cons: Included instruction sheet was not much help, have to install utility software for it to really work right.
Other Thoughts: Got this for my HTPC, caught it on refurb sale so the price was pretty good.
The Logitech Unifying dongle was on the battery cover plate, as others have mentioned.
It pretty much worked plug-and-play on Windows 10, but the touchpad was all over the place until I installed the Logitech utility software. The touchpad still seems a bit oversensitive at times, unintended tap-to-click responses get irritating.
I thought I had gotten a bad unit until I went online and found where the power switch was, it's not clearly indicated on the included instruction sheet.
Still, I recommend it for HTPCs and other living-room PCs.
Pros: Price (caught it on a special refurb sale).
Still a good performer.
Refurbished by the manufacturer.
Cons: All in all, none to speak of.
Other Thoughts: Felt very confident when this arrived in an EVGA brown box, not some blank or third-party packaging.
It was the card only, no accessories or driver disc.
Got this to upgrade my LAN gamer that had a GTX 750 Ti and it DID improve performance over the Maxwell-based card.
Still a relevant card and worth purchasing at the refurb price.
Mine has been running for the better part of 6 months with zero problems.
This review is from: Insten 1044576 Black Replacement USB Data / Charging Cable For Motorola RAZR
Pros: Guaranteed compatibility with Motorola.
Cons: Slightly pricier than similar cables.
Other Thoughts: Ordered this to have an extra cable for charging my Moto X when I'm at work. It plugs into my work PC and my phone and the charging starts immediately. I figured it was worth the extra couple of dollars to get a cable specifically compatible with Motorola products, as opposed to just grabbing the cheapest cable I could find.READ FULL REVIEW