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This review is from: Link Depot MUSB-15 15 ft. Black USB 2.0 Type A Male to Micro USB 5-pin Male Cable
Pros: It's long.
Cons: I bought two of these about a month ago to remotely control my Sony A7ii camera. Neither cable will move data fast enough for the camera. Both cables actual move data when I use them to attach storage, I haven't measured the transfer rate but it is much slower than my normal cable. They work to charge devices, but I didn't buy them for that.
Other Thoughts: I have been remote controlling my camera with a kluge of 1 USB plus 2 USB extenders. With all the limitations inherent in 3 serial USB connection, it works. These cables do not.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Upgraded and doubled the stock memory of a Dell Inspiron One 2330 purchased in 2012. This memory is working beautifully.
Other Thoughts: It's not easy to get at the memory of a Dell Inspiron One 2330 All-In-One computer, but Dell did a great job with the documentation and the machine is very well made. This memory works well with it.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: I upgraded a Dell Inspiron One 2330 purchased in 2012 with this puppy. It slipped right in, and it has been churning ever since. Not even the slightest hiccup. We almost never turn this PC off.
Other Thoughts: Dell does not recommend that users change the processor on their computers. I get it. Most of Dell's customers should not be taking their Inspiron One 2330 apart. The problem with Dell's position is that there is no QVL (qualified vendor list) for CPUs. Even after researching it extensively I was still guessing that this CPU would work. I was mostly concerned about heat. The good news is - it does, and it runs cool with the tightly integrated Dell heat sink. Now, I have a much more spunky family-room computer.
BTW, my compliments to Dell on the internal construction and documentation of the Inspiron One 2330. Very well done.