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This review is from: Anker 71AN7109-W2A White 20W Dual-Port USB Wall Charger
Pros: This dual charger gives you a single 2.4 amp per port if using the 2 ports you get 2.1 Amp per port.
It's a 20 watt charger.
You can charge 2 tables fast at the same time, it beats most of the Chargers on the market that give you 2 ports at 1 Amp per port or one at 1A and the other at 2.1, this one is both ports at 2.1 amps!
Price is good for a fast charger with dual port.
Cons: No cons.
Other Thoughts: I recommend this charger to fast charge 2 tablets or 2 big USB devices at the same time.
My iPad gives errors about 'not charging' with some 1 amp chargers, with a 1A charger the iPad takes about 6 hours to finish with this one it charges completely in no time while charging my phone as well.
Pros: The best thing about this CPU is the low voltage (65W) and the price.
Also high speed 4.0 Ghz. Low voltage + 4Ghz + price.
I installed on MSI A88XI AC FM2+ / FM2 AMD A88X (Bolton D4) SATA 6Gb/s USB 3.0 HDMI Mini ITX AMD Motherboard.
Very responsive to multitasking on day to day computing.
Cons: Stock fan a little noisy but is not big deal.
Other Thoughts: It is only a 2 core CPU but it gets the job done, it is way faster than the previous CPU I had on this system AMD E-350 APU (1.6GHz, Dual-Core).
System is very responsive.
This review is from: PNY 128GB Turbo USB 3.0 Flash Drive (P-FD128TBOP-GE)
Pros: One pro is that you can't lose the top/cap, nice design.
Tested this device using good 'ol dd in Linux.
When drive is not formatted (raw) you get about 150MB/s writes, with a file system on it you get the following:
$dd if=/dev/zero of=/run/media/axel/USB30FD/delet-file count=1024 blocksize=2M oflag=direct
1024+0 records in
1024+0 records out
2147483648 bytes (2.1 GB) copied, 22.3992 s, 95.9 MB/s
Note the option oflag, this option makes you bi-pass the kernel caching thus writing directly to the device.
95MB/s to 97MB/s consistently. A large ISO about 3.5GB on size achieved speeds of 117MB using rsync, keep in mind a copy or sync utilizes kernel caching mechanisms that include putting the file on memory before writing to disk giving the impression that is done at better speeds.
Cons: None I can think of.
By the way newegg posting 'proof', can abrevitate block size, it thinks you are saying b and s (stands for BLOCK SIZE).
Other Thoughts: I got it under $34, not bad for a USB 3.0 128GB thumb drive. Good drive for the price!READ FULL REVIEW