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This review is from: CORSAIR Voyager Slider 64GB USB 3.0 Flash Drive Model CMFSL3B-64GB
Pros: Good Flash Drive, Atto shows good speeds, fits my needs perfectly
Cons: The "Slider" sleeve is a waste, it does not lock in place, consequently it is rendered almost useless.
Other Thoughts: I researched this Flash Drive through Google under "Benchmarks" to know what I was purchasing. It is rated very high @ dollar to product value. It is not at the higher end of read/write speed for USB`s, but I knew that before I bought it because I did my research. Perhaps others might try this before complaining about speed, it performs above the rated Benchmark tests posted on line so even though my Slider does not lock in place, I still gave it 5 eggs.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Everything it is advertised to be, fits the purpose the build was intended for.
Cons: HD Audio Connector as was said in other reviews is too close to the X16 PCI slot making installation of my GPU almost impossible. The GPU is an old 550ti but it was intended to be used in the build, so I had to mod the shroud by cutting a notch out so it would seat up without ruining the the audio cable.
All in all, it was not a major issue to overcome, but should not have been an issue to begin with.
Other Thoughts: This board has some nice features for the price, and is in my opinion a good product for anyone looking to build a small form factor rig at a low cost.
I love Newegg, any buy 99% of my stuff from here, but this time it was at a lower price with less shipping fees elsewhere.
This review is from: SAMSUNG 840 Series MZ-7TD250KW 2.5" 250GB SATA III Internal Solid State Drive (SSD)
Pros: Quality, external transfer SSD/HDD cable. Included disk can monitor drive, update firmware, and perform benchmarks. Looks mighty fine in the case.
Cons: none really, but if it were perfect it would have Acronis to go with it?
UPS dropped the package... literally right at my feet, but the drive is shock resistant, thank goodness. LOL
Other Thoughts: Other reviews have stated that the drive "died suddenly" causing loss of data which can & does occur with the best of products no matter the brand.
Can you say Windows Backup? No reason to point a finger at the manufacturer for fault when they have a good warranty & you should set up a backup schedule. Today`s data storage loss can be seriously damaging, so why not invest in an inexpensive drive to use for your backups?