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Pros: 32GB, class 4, was relatively inexpensive, came with a microSD to SD converter and plastic case (although it was kept in my phone for a year)
Cons: I ordered 2 of these, they both became corrupted after about a year of use. No water damage, no damage of any kind except normal use.
My wife's had pictures and video of our son's first 6 months, and we're sending hers to a professional to attempt recovery. Once that happened, I backed mine up, and thank goodness because it didn't take long before mine stopped working too.
I can't format mine, it comes up with an error "error in ioctl call" and I've had no luck w/ recovery software. They are both un-usable at this point.
Pros: Not too loud. Fast. Perfect for this PC.
Other Thoughts: I usually go for 6Gb/s drives but got a good deal on a mobo with 3Gb sata, so I tried this. I don't think the end user would tell the difference. I have a hard time telling the difference.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: This drive is quiet, and supposedly doesn't take a lot of power. Good to keep the electric bill down on a build that is on 24/7.
Cons: Slower than I'd expected. It's been a while since i bought a 5400RPM, and now I remember why.
Other Thoughts: Going for 7200RPM for all drives in the future. What's the advantage of a 6G/s transfer speed if the rotation can't keep up with it?READ FULL REVIEW