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Pros: FAST!! really fast, works with X99 chipset. Interesting price level. Did I mention it is FAST! Works well when the OS is booted
For price-level/performance check out harddrivebenchmark.net
Cons: NO standard BIOS support - This is a showstopper for me, thus only one rotten egg. You can't boot to this drive unless your Motherboard support UEFI bios.
Works with X99 chipset only - for now...
M.2 Interface, you may need the 4 lane PCIe adapter for desktops.
Other Thoughts: Note that you will exhaust 2 lanes on PCIe 2.0 at full speed (1GB/s).
For BIOS machines running linux I suppose you could boot to /boot on some drive or usb stick and then continue loading the system from there
Pros: Easy to use, good battery with WiFi, Bluetooth running. Built in FM radio receiver so you can listen to "Pravda" on the go (at least in California).
Dropped it a couple of times, robust Gorilla glass. Impressive display clarity.
Great phone for the price. Exceptional Audio quality, even on AT&T Half-Rate GSM network
Cons: Sluggish handling big files, 800MHz OMAP processor
Other Thoughts: Was hoping for Mini-USB charger, but I guess MOT also switched to cr@ppy micro USB connector for charging (as everyone else).READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: Nippon Labs 16 ft. Active extension USB cable Model USB2-EXT
Cons: bought 3 cables, only one was working due to bad cable-wires. When you take the cover of the housing you'll see that the cables are corroded. This was the situation with all cables. I design USB 2/3 equipment and there is no-way these extension cables will provide a stable connection, and it's very unlikely that you will get them working with USB2 speeds at all.
Other Thoughts: I was able to re-use the PCB's, replacing the cable-wire with Shielded CAT6 ethernet cableREAD FULL REVIEW