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Pros: USB 3.0, SATA III, LED on SATA connector shows power and data, long cable, on/off cable switch, Windows 8 didn't need drivers.
I have purchased several powered SATA to USB cables and cases before which have had various issues, but this has been great by allowing direct connections to USB ports. Can get power directly from USB 3.0 port.
I have only had it about a month and have not tried it with any of my SSD drives or SED drives to know whether the electronics will interfere with SED (Self Encrypting Drive) technology which I would like to use with it.
I have tried it with a 3.5" Seagate Barracuda 4GB drive and a 2.5" Western Digital 120GB drive and both function fast and flawlessly when connected to different machines.
I have not run any speed tests but I'm going by previous experiences with reads and writes to external drives.
Cons: Haven't found any big enough to mention so far.
Other Thoughts: I would recommend this to friends.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: Sabrent USB-2920 USB 2.0 to Serial DB9 (RS232) Adapter (FTDI Chipset)
Pros: I've been using this to configure network devices such as Cisco and CheckPoint firewalls and it works great. I especially like that the usb cable is removable from the adapter because several of the others I've had in the past develop internal breaks and stopped working. Driver worked easily with Windows 8.1.
Cons: Non so far.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Very fast and no issues, compared to my old system which was having blue-screens with memory errors all the time by another brand which I'm not allowed to mention. Runs cool.
Cons: none!READ FULL REVIEW