Good but slow8/16/2012 10:22:07 PM

Pros: - Small - Appears to be well built - Relatively cool when plugged in

Cons: - Slow. 6MBs Write, 16MBs read -

Overall Review: Hey, for $15 what do you expect? Good value. Great value if it lasts.

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Ownership: 1 week to 1 month
Good camera, excellent value8/13/2012 10:28:51 PM

Pros: Good color rendition, sharp images, easy setup, easily mounts on monitor

Cons: A bit of barrel distortion and some minor jaggies

Overall Review: Hey, for the money, you aren't going to get a Red camera. Excellent web cam, especially for the price.

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So far ,so good5/5/2012 11:52:35 AM

Pros: The performance per h2testw: 13 MB/s Write 20 MB/s Read Well within class 10 rating. That's all you can ask for.

Cons: None, other than an ugly label :-)

Overall Review: Since I've only had this for a few months, so I can't say anything about long term reliability.

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Ownership: 1 month to 1 year
Works and it's quiet3/9/2012 11:56:24 PM

Pros: -Quiet -Should last longer than the stock Tivo fan since it's uses ball bearings -reasonable price

Cons: None so far

Overall Review: Standard replacement for the stock Tivo Series 3 fan

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Very good performance.9/16/2011 9:24:40 AM

Pros: 18MB/s read, 13MB/s write, so it easily meets Class 10. Lifetime warranty. Good price. Includes case.

Cons: Unknown pedigree and reliability.

Overall Review: This is a very good flash card that performs well. I ran a 2 hour performance test is there were no problems. The only real issues might be how long it lasts and how well the warranty would be fulfilled. This is the only reason for 4 eggs. As of now, highly recommended.

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Flakey, but works if you get one that's not DOA1/4/2011 9:15:31 PM

Pros: Once you get it working, it's pretty good. Reasonably fast. 2 USB ports are convenient. Printer and USB hard drive were easy to setup.

Cons: Setup can be problematic depending on your modem. Poor initial quality control. Firmware upgrades are hit or miss. USB hard drive connection is slower that a straight USB port.

Overall Review: My first 2 units were DOA, the third worked. Had problems with a new DSL modems that my ISP required me to upgrade. The latest firmware,, didn't talk to the modem and I had to back off to before it worked. Will occasionally drop connection requiring a restart, but generally reliable. Would give it 4 eggs if setup weren't so problematic.

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Excellent cable8/6/2009 1:50:45 PM

Pros: Solid constriction, no video problems

Cons: none

Overall Review: This cable is a good example of modest cost and 1st rate performance. Spending any more would be a waste of money. Highly recommended.

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7/16/2009 10:48:12 PM

Pros: Works and is reasonably fast

Cons: Exposed connector could be subject to wear on a key chain.

Overall Review: Since the connector is exposed, I keep it between plastic tags on my keychain, but other objects could scrape the connector. I still give in 5 stars because it's so unobtrusive and works well.

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Best sound on the market12/21/2007 10:43:03 AM

Pros: -FLAC decoding -Versatile file management -Small size -Good battery life

Cons: -Screen is hard to see in bright light -User interface takes time to get used to and is somewhat clumsy -Can't easily replay (reverse) current track -Should be used with high efficiency headphones

Overall Review: I would only consider using a lossless decoding player and Meizu seems to be the best of the portables as it supports FLAC anc Ogg (I use FLAC and there are lots of freeware encoders available like EAC). The sound is excellent but I had to get higher efficiency headphones than my Shure E2C's. This is very high quality and not your typical Chinese schlock electronics. A bargain compared to iPods, Zens, etc., if you can live with the somewhat inferior screen and unusual controls.

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