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Pros: Cool design. Easy to fill. WIDE range of colors or set to random colors, or even pulsing all colors. Simple operation (2 buttons; one for light control and the other for fan speed/control). Can pulse wisp for 8-9 hours but on steady mode of humidifying only lasts 4-5 hours.
Cons: The blue power indicator light is VERY bright and is bright enough to be a nightlight itself. Too bright for my tastes and had to put tape over the light to mute the light pollution in my bedroom.
Other Thoughts: Comes with it's own measuring cup for the water chamber, however you CAN put just a little more in the water chamber for a little longer humidifying effect. I didn't want to use oil in this unit, so I have only used tap water. Next to a bed/sick person on a night stand would probably be ideal, but I put mine on top of a tall dresser and put a small mild fan pointing at it to create a moist air to sleep with. I can vouch My head feels better in the morning after using it; especially after 2-3 days straight. Here in the Las Vegas desert, ANYthing is welcomed to help keep me hydrated.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Hello. My name is Chris. I am technically inclined, but I like to take the approach of a person reading reviews that doesn’t understand all the “geek speak” and make it understandable for the person who doesn’t have the time or patience to study up on that kind of stuff. I don’t explain ‘benchmarks’, I explain what the item did/does for me plain and simple. If that’s like you, then this review should be very helpful to you.
Lifetime Warranty (good as gold)
MOST people are going to buy on 'price' alone. BUT check this out... who ever installed a AAA pc game like say... Dying Light? LOL. I DID! (See Other Thoughts).
There is not a SINGLE smart phone or tablet that could EVER push this card to a limit or cause any hang-ups. If so, it will be YOUR phone that is causing the lag.
Played Dying Light (PC Version) from this card. See Other Thoughts for a link to the video.
Cons: ONLY mentions 'Read' speeds (how fast your computer can access data) but no listing for 'Write' speeds (How fast you can add data to this device).
Supposedly Read Speeds of up to 75MB/s. See at the end of the Dying Light video for benchmarks (it didn't quite make 75MB/s (See Other Thoughts)).
Other Thoughts: I tested on a USB 2.0 slot using all 6 cores of my CPU (or whatever was needed to perform functions) [RESULT 1 - at the end of the Dying Light video] and then I tested (for curiosity's sake) In a USB 3.0 slot but this time set my Affinity on my benchmarking tool to be dedicated to only ONE CPU core (#6), considering this is what the majority of the market uses (Dual core CPU's) and one dedicated core should do a little better justice (the USB 3.0 slot was nothing more than for me to test the adapter I was using) for [RESULT 2 - at the end of the Dying Light video].
The benchmarking tools was: ATTO Disk Benchmark v2.47. It has been very reliable for showing true read/write speeds for MANY tests I have used it for. You can cash those numbers in for Gold.
There is an initial 116GB available, but this is expected with the 'overhead' required to find instruction of the format type layout and cost to run this device.
If you would like to see the video of Dying Light from the Silicon Power 128GB Elite microSDXC, just search YouTube for " Newegg Review: Dying Light played from a Silicon Power 128GB Elite microSDXC card " to see it on my L45V3G45 channel. There are benchmarks for the device at the end of the video. NOTE: I just used a generic mini SD card to USB adapter for testing.
I would like to personally thank the Newegg EggXpert Team for dealing and handling my major delivery mess up situation. To no fault to Newegg I was finally able to test the Silicon Power 128GB Elite microSDXC. I am looking forward to testing this in my Honor 5x you sent me just a while back. COOL!!!
Just because this is a review, please don’t take my words lightly and think I just favor a product because it is sent to me. I have a job to do; and that’s to be fair and honest about the product for future prospective buyers. I am just like you, a Newegg customer. And to me, Newegg reviews are golden. So I am not about to tarnish Newegg reviews OR my good name by telling you something is good when it is not. I hope this review has satisfied your purchasing inquiry needs. Thank you for reading. And thank you Newegg for allowing me another great opportunity to review.
AMD 6-core CPU (non-FX)
Radeon R280 3GB GPU
2x4GB Ripjaws 1600's
This review is from: ESET Multi-Device Security - 5 PCs + 5 Android Devices
Pros: ESET Smart Security... what ELSE needs to be said? It's the best in the world.
Cons: ONE serial number in this package! (see other thoughts)
Other Thoughts: USER BE WARNED: If you use only 4 PC licenses and 3 mobiles for example, the remaining licenses will be wasted because this kit comes with ONLY one license.
Which MEANS, once the serial number has been activated, there is only one year till it expires from the date the FIRST license is activated.
If ESET would have included 10 licenses vs 1, you could utilize this kit at will. I learned the hard way after buying 2 individual kits for a single PC (@2 for $25) I was hoping to have some more for next year and activate 2 mobiles for a couple of years. My email to ESET support proved otherwise. Still, I have 5 PC's and 5 Mobiles for next year to use (YES you can keep this kit for however long before activated, but once activated (as stated) you will begin your one year license).
I am NOT talking bad about the product itself, just letting you all know that there is NO assumption of gaining 5+5 licenses in this kit to execute at will per device.
THANK you ESET for maintaining the BEST security on the planet. And THANK YOU Newegg for offering (once again) a product worthy of the Newegg's standards.