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This review is from: SYBA SD-PEX20212 PCI-Express 2.0 x1 USB 3.0 4 Port Card
Pros: Transfers data at least 122MB/s (continuous average) from commodity USB3 harddrive. Renesas uDP720201 chip has drivers builtin to Windows 10. Came with both full-height and half-height brackets. Socket pitch of 0.5 inch (1/4 inch between) allows thick device plugs. (Also allows wide devices, depending on spacing of PCIe connectors on motherboard, and/or empty adjacent PCIe sockets.)
Cons: The bar in the four USB sockets is on the bottom, so your device plugs in upside-down: the LED on the "top" of a flash drive will shine away from the mounting screw on the bracket.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: Intuit TurboTax Deluxe Federal & State 2014
Pros: Handles Form 1040 and Schedules A and B just like in previous years.
Cons: TT Deluxe 2014 does NOT handle Schedules C, D, E. You must upgrade to Home & Business if more than $100 in Schedule C expenses, or to at least Premier for just Schedule D. And ANY schedule C means you cannot e-file.
Other Thoughts: Use H&R Block instead.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: Raidmax RX-AU324 3.5" Internal 2-port USB3.0 and 2-port USB 2.0 Hub
Pros: Perfect for new mobo in old case: 2xUSB2.0, 2xUSB3.0, fat plugs (top-to-bottom) OK, molex power connector, fits in floppy bay [but observe VERY carefully because there are small mounting lugs which require inserting the whole unit from the FRONT!!]
Cons: The jacks have the bar on the bottom; it should be on the top: a flash drive will be upside down. Wide plugs on many flash memory drives will overlap adjacent jack(s), which is a shame because there is 10mm unused margin on left+right which could increase the three gaps by 6.5mm, making enough clearance for almost all wide flash drives. USB3.0 cable is very stiff.READ FULL REVIEW