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This review is from: HITACHI HV250R Magic Wand Massager
Pros: Got this thing thinking my gf might like it, she's gotten various other 'massagers' before but not one of this size / strength. She ended up ignoring it for a few days, then I finally got around to making her really give it a chance last night. She ended up using it 6 times consecutively and has been fantasizing about using it all day today.
So basically, it's the best thing I've ever bought for her. The 'finale' for her is longer than usually, but not particularly stronger than without the magic wand, but the rest of the experience is greatly enhanced. The sounds she makes during the whole time are the types of sounds usually only reserved until the very end, and from what she's saying the feeling is almost as good.
Cons: Me and my gf are fairly secular individuals, but based on the things she says while using the magic wand you'd swear she's having a religious experience every time.
Also, I've been rapidly outclassed in terms of my 'messaging' performance. Sad but true.
Other Thoughts: 50 bucks is a pretty low price for what might be the best product your significant other might ever own. If you love your gf, don't leave her massaging her tender parts the manual way.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Great price, fast speed, no compatibility issues.
Got it for my Canon t2i/550d, works without problems. Recognized it right away, a quick low level format and it's been working without any problems. From what I can tell it's only operating in the camera at the max rated sdhc speed, but it really isn't an issue and isn't anything to knock off ay points for.
My oldish touch smart tm2 sees it from the memory card reader just fine, as does my gf's 2010 MacBook pro.
Cons: The 3rd gen iPad does not see it with the memory card reader, however if you plug your slr into the USB adapter for the iPad, it can read from it just fine. This should be the same for pretty much any camera that is recognized as a camera device rather than a mass storage device when plugged into USB normally.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Cheap 8gb, works well.
Cons: Some possible compatibility issues, make sure to check before buying, especially on macs.
Other Thoughts: Bought 2x 8gb dimms for my gf's mid 2010 MacBook pro. Could not get it to boot with both stocks no matter what I tried. Later did some research to find that the 2010 model isn't compatible with DDR 1600. Oddly enough, it does work just fine with an original 2gb stick of DDR 1066, which makes me think that the lower memory dimm just forces the 8gb stick to run at a lower frequency.
Had to send back the 2nd stick, and newegg's rma process is fairly painless. I tried the other dimm in my hp touch smart tm2 which already uses DDR 1600 but I couldn't get it t book in any configuration, not sure what the deal is there.
Guess the gf will have to live with 10gb for now. Didn't take any eggs off due to compatibility issues - pretty sure that's not patriot's fault, and the dimm we kept is working great.