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This review is from: G.Skill 32GB microSDHC UHS-I/U1 Class 10 Memory Card with Adapter (FF-TSDG32GA-C10)
Cons: The first drive I received failed within about 2 months. I RMA'd the drive and received a new one that failed within 2 weeks.
Both failures resulted in the drive registering as "write protected" and was consistently failing to write on multiple systems and OS's (even using the SD formatter 4 software).
Other Thoughts: Both drives had the same serial number, so I'm assuming they are from the same batch and that they didn't just try to send the same card back to me (it was in the new packaging).
I really don't want to have to mail yet another failed drive to them so I'm going to call them up and see if they will send me a drive that is stable without having to go through the RMA process ... again.
I will update if the third time's the charm.
Pros: Cheap. Light.
Cons: The quality of this product is unacceptable. My first issue was the lack of clear assembly instructions that almost kept the stand stuck in the incorrect direction (which should be impossible). The screen picture quality was the deal-breaker. This monitor's colors and viewing angle look like a laptop screen from the 90s. The shadowing and change in colors upon moving one's head slightly is headache inducing and unbearable. This is the only time I have had to return something to Newegg. The return process hurt my wallet, but I can't let a penny go towards paying a company for a monitor like this.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Has not failed yet.
Cons: Bought one for me and the wife (as a present). Tried to submit the two rebates, but found out the fine print says "one per household." I was on the phone politely with Corsair rebate people for over an hour trying to figure out a amicable solution, but they refused. I understand that the limit is to prevent stockpiling, but two drives for a couple's matching computers is not this rule's intended target.
Other Thoughts: For the $30 rebate I didn't get, I could have bought a better drive.READ FULL REVIEW