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This review is from: Toshiba TransMemory 8GB Flash Drive Model PFU008U-1ACW
Pros: ~7.7 GB of space, not expensive, faster access time than a DVD, it is more durable than a DVD-RW, more has a space for a lanyard, It is re-writable/re-useable,
Cons: It is not USB 3.1 fast (you do not get what you do not pay for). It is expected, it is advertised as USB 2.0
Other Thoughts: I purchased this flash drive for Operating System installations because I was burning to many DVDs, It has saved me time because I do not have to reburn because of a scratch. overall, It is a excelent flash storage device if you do not need alot of speed.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: CORSAIR Voyager Slider 64GB USB 3.0 Flash Drive Model CMFSL3B-64GB
Pros: The device hold a generous 62 GB of raw capacity (57.6 usable)
The price was less than 75 cents a gig and usb 3.0
Cons: The speed is notably different than advertised (see "other thoughts")
Other Thoughts: The advertised speed at the time of writing was 85MB/s read, 70MB/s write(avg. is 77.5); However, Crystal Disk Mark 3.0.2 64 bit says otherwise: (in mega-bytes per second MB/s)
read write read write
-Seq: 109.0 19.60 -4K 7.003 0.021
-512K: 104.8 0.625 -4KQD32 7.426 0.022
as you can see, the max speed for this drive (Seq) is not as advertised, However, The average of max read and write is 83% of the advertised average
Therefor, I docked only one point for mildly misleading specifications. It is still beyond what i need in a flash-drive.
I tested the slider using a 2nd gen, 8 thread i7, and the only usb 3.0 port on the machine.
This review is from: Sangean Black EU-55 3.5mm Connector Full Size Stereo Headphones
relatively accurate sound reproduction.
Perfect for casual stereo music listening.
Cons: the default frequency response was a bit loud on the bass, so I adjusted the equalizer on my computer and mp3 player, aside from that, no cons at all.
Other Thoughts: acceptable quality if you are on a budget
I would not be able to get a better head set for $25
If you think the cable is to long, then just wind up the excess and wrap it with a rubber band or zip tie.