Date Joined: 02/13/07
Pros: I've been using Avast AV for years, has been good.
I got a great bundle deal.
System cleanup and VPN included.
Cons: Pop UP windows out of nowhere.
Overall Review: Avast has worked well for me, for many years.
The bundle deal for multiple computers, for multiple years, is hard to beat.
Pros: Classic Duke with upscaled graphics. All the original missions you remember and love.
The graphics are all the original, which are upscaled to look decent on HD monitors. And... It really does look pretty good.
New levels are fun and compliment the original.
Cons: It's Duke, there are no cons.
Overall Review: Duke lovers will really enjoy this trip down memory lane.
Pros: Plays Mp3s on USB flash drives.
Very good Bass.
Cons: Shuffle seems to play the same songs.
Read out goes dormant, have to refresh to get info.
Overall Review: Really love this thing. I had been looking for a solution to play Mp3 on a jump drive. This does the job, pretty well. Shuffle is a little weak, but usable for sure. This thing sounds great. I am not an audiophile by any means, but this sounds noticeably good, particularly considering playing Mp3.
It's not a main stereo, but a bedroom bookshelf unit . So... I use it occasionally. However, every time I turn it on, I am reminded of how good it sounds.
The bass is surprisingly good, considering it is two speakers, with no sub.
Definitely would recomend.
Pros: Stable, good read and transfer speeds. No additional software or drivers needed to take advantage of drive capabilities.
Cons: Have not discovered anything so far.
Overall Review: This has been an overall good purchase IMO. I would recommend it. I like that it works at peek when simply plugged in. No additional drivers or software necessary.
Pros: Allows me to have a wired connection to my Toshiba Thrive tablet.
Cons: Nothing that I am currently aware of.
Overall Review: Add a little more use of my old tablet.
Pros: Was affordable for capacity and USB 3.1. Probably fine for home or office use.
Cons: As others have said, no ability to attach a lanyard. The construction rattles when rolled around a hard surface. Seems like if you carried it around, it would fall apart. Not really good if needed for portable applications.
Overall Review: For the price to capacity, it is ok. The construction of the drive is not ideal for portability. Probably fine for home use, sneaker net, media for stereo or such players. I would not rely on it for portability as the case seems like it would break apart under even moderate use.
Pros: Case design isn't bad.
Cons: I had one of the drives for two days, and it failed. Said I needed to reformat, but would not even do that. Totally dead. Now I can't trust the other I bought. Total garbage. I have never had such a terrible experience with a flash drive. Even with cheap (online bidding site) drives. I'll stick with Kingston and Silicon Power. Sorry Adata, now I won't even try your solid state drives, which I was considering.
Overall Review: I would recommend that anyone should NOT purchase this item.