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This review is from: StarTech 7 Port PCI USB Card Adapter Model PCIUSB7
Pros: Works great in older motherboards with PCI *NOT* PCI-Express slots. DO NOT BUY THIS CARD for use with PCI-Express Slots !! Works great with Windows and with Linux.
Cons: DO NOT BUY THIS CARD for PCI-Express Slots !! USB 2.0 NOT 3.0 !!
Other Thoughts: Works great with Windows and with Linux. Great little PCI Card for PCI Slots. DO NOT BUY THIS CARD for PCI-Express Slots !!READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: Logitech M100 910-001601 Black 3 Buttons 1 x Wheel USB Wired Optical 1000 dpi Mouse
Pros: Works great.
Cons: No problems.
Other Thoughts: Logitech. What more do you need to know? Works great.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: Silicon Power 64GB Jewel J80 USB 3.0 Flash Drive (SP064GBUF3J80V1T)
Pros: The Pro's are that this USB 3.0 Flash drive worked MOST of the time, however it would fail sometimes and to "FIX" it I had to run a Windows Program on a PC that was Booted into the Windows Operating System. Not acceptable for me as I use the Free LINUX OS almost 99.9% of the time.
Cons: As mentioned above, once in a while this drive would FAIL and I would then have to run a WINDOWS PROGRAM downloaded from the Manufacturers website to "resuscitate" the flash drive again. Since I work in the Free LINUX OS 99.9% of the time, this was NOT an acceptable long-term solution for me.
Other Thoughts: If the only OS you run is Microsoft Windows, like 7 or 8.x or 10, then this drive should be OK for you, if you can tolerate it flaking out once in a while and requiring it to be revived by running a Windows program to "revive" it. Then reformat the drrive in FAT32 or NTFS or whatever.
Not for me. I run "Linux Only" most of the time and I don't want to deal with Windows unless there is absolutely no other way to solve a problem.
So I gave this Flash drive away to a friend who only runs Windows. Oh well !!!
I bought a different brand and model drive to replace it.