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Silicon Power 32GB microSDHC Flash Card Model SP032GBSTH010V10-SP
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1 out of 5 eggs Purchased 9/12, Dead 2/13 02/07/2013

This review is from: Silicon Power 32GB microSDHC Flash Card Model SP032GBSTH010V10-SP

Pros: Class 10, moderately large capacity

Cons: My Galaxy S3 reported "No SD Card" today, to my surprise. Check the card on my PC and it's dead. Card comes with a 2 yr warranty - starting an RMA right now but you know what a pain that is. STAY AWAY from this one.

Western Digital Blue RFHWD5000AAKX 500GB 7200 RPM 16MB Cache SATA 6.0Gb/s 3.5
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Pros: Cheap

Cons: Arrived virtually dead on arrival. Disk would spin but a scan indicated that major swaths of the disk were covered in bad sectors. Returned for a replacement... hopefully the second one does better.

Rosewill RNX-N180UBEv2 - Wireless High Gain N300 Wi-Fi Adapter - IEEE 802.11b/g/n, (2T2R), Up to 300 Mbps Data Rates, USB 2.0 Cradle, 5 dBi High Power Antenna
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Pros: 802 a/b/g/n
External antenna

Cons: Horrible setup process - took FAR too long to get connected
USB driver is junk, crashed the PC twice during setup

Other Thoughts: This NIC works, once you get it setup, but it's just not worth the headache. I'm very tech-savy (built multiple PC's from scratch) and it took me almost an hour to get this thing connected to the network (multiple driver installs/uninstalls, reboots, etc.).

I have an old LinkSys USB adapter... you stick it in, it finds a network and prompts for a password - DONE.

It doesn't need to be as complex as Rosewill made it.


Skylar S.'s Profile

Display Name: Skylar S.

Date Joined: 10/13/07

  • Reviews: 6
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  • First Review: 06/11/09
  • Last Review: 02/07/13
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