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Pros: USB 3.0 speeds in some slots
Assigns a separate logical drive to each slot allowing convenient copy operations between cards
Cons: Cards need to be pushed in firmly to prevent write failures
The Micro SD slot has too big a gap allowing the card to be pushed in above the connector.
The Micro SD slot in contrast to the full-sized SD slot performs only at USB 2.0 speeds hence the need for a firmware fix
Other Thoughts: Using CrystalDiskMark with the full-sized SD slot with adapter I get:
Sequential Read: 91.08 MB/s
Sequential Write: 21.79 MB/s
In the Micro SD card slot performance is much slower using the same Silicon Power Elite 32B card:
Sequential Read: 23.20 MB/s
Sequential Write: 18.89 MB/s
Clearly something is not right. The firmware and//or driver needs to be fixed. With similar speeds in both SD card slots I'd give 5 stars.
This review is from: Logitech H150 3.5mm Connector Supra-aural Stereo Headset - White
Pros: Excellent headset for the price.
Good microphone quality.
Cons: NoneREAD FULL REVIEW
This review is from: Koutech Single Parallel PCI (SPP/PS2/EPP/ECP) Card Model IO-PP110
Pros: I used it to make my very old HP Laserjet 3100 work in Windows 7 RC with the newest motherboards that don't feature a parallel port despite the fact that there are no Vista/Windows 7 drivers available for it. The card is very well supported with recent drivers which made my whole project even possible.
Note that the HP printer has to be connected to a virtual machine that runs an older operating system which has drivers (in my case Win2k). BTW, only VMWare has enough support for parallel ports to make this work at this time.
Cons: None, it works just as advertised.READ FULL REVIEW