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This review is from: PNY 256GB Turbo USB 3.0 Flash Drive (P-FD256TBOP-GE)
Pros: Cheap for the capacity.
While extremely slow it otherwise works - mostly...
Cons: Horribly slow (at least when connected to USB2).
This is the slowest USB stick that I ever purchased in the last 4 years.
This thing is great when using it with motion detector app to send emails with photos taken from the device as attachments. Any surveillance system would be much more expensive. Or use it as VOIP phone.
Cons: Cheap built, cheap everything.
Other Thoughts: 5 stars because of price.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: I don't own the Nokia E7 but I have a Nokia N8 and a Nokia 808. The N8 originally ran Symbian ^3 and was subsequently updated to first Anna and then Belle while the 808 came with Belle out of the box.
The E7 is similar to the N8 except that the N8 has no physical keyboard and a much better camera and a microSD slot. All these phones are pentaband GSM phones meaning they will work with nearly all GSM networks in the world including AT&T and T-Mobile.
Nokia's GPS application is outstanding (with free maps world wide). I would recommend these phones for use with a prepaid plan and for international travel (internationally the phone can be used as a hot-spot with a free app.
Cons: If you need more than standard apps (like Skype) this phone is not for you. Symbian Belle is a fine operating system but ...
No LTE. If you want to use the phone just in the US then you will probably be better off buying an unlocked, more recent Android, Windows or iOS phone.
Other Thoughts: If you want to get the best camera currently available then go for the Nokia PureView 808 instead. If you just want a simple, cheap unlocked GSM phone for use within the US and if you do not need GPS then avoid Nokia. If you travel internationally or if you need a cheap secondary phone and if you don't mind the lack of LTE then the E7 might be a great option.READ FULL REVIEW