Top Reviewer Ranking: 6,362
Helpful votes received on reviews: 75% (18 of 24)


Top Reviewer Ranking: 6,362 - Total Helpful Votes: 18 of 24
Garmin nüvi 2595LMT 5-Inch Portable Bluetooth GPS &hellip by Garmin
0 of 1 people found the following review helpful
Start up from power off is less than 2 seconds. Satellite locked in is within a second after power on, in open sky. Better than many older Garmin GPS that I've owned. Much better than my 4 years old TomTom. The user interface is much improved. First impression: No more "recalculating". Garmin should have updated all old GPS with a patch to quiet this reminder. Not everyone appreciates it. It powered up and worked in one of the coldest day recently at -23 degree Celsius. Although I don't care much about blue tooth or voice command, I think voice command when works is added convenience. Garmin map has always been lagging about 1 to 2 years compared to new roads. This GPS is no… Read more
Seagate Expansion 3TB Desktop External Hard Drive &hellip by Seagate
I give it 4 stars. It works just as advertised. No surprises (good or bad, so far). The drive comes with a USB 3.0 cable, and a power pack. Everything works the way it supposed to. Works on my Windows XP computer and USB 2.0 port. Acronis drive monitor keeps telling me that the drive's temperature is too high at 52 degree C (the alarm set point is 42 degree C). I increase the setpoint to 55 deg C to stop the alerts. I would appreciate someone with a technical expertise about HDD temperature to explain what would be an acceptable temperature for its long life and reliable operation. It is left on always and in an ambient temperature of about 18 to 20 degree Celsius.

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Patriot Signature PSF16GMCSDHC43P 16 GB MicroSDHC &hellip by Patriot Memory
The price is the most attractive thing about this card. It initially worked well when I used it in my camera 10 months ago. I used it in my android smart phone about 6 months ago. 3 weeks ago, the phone could no longer detect and access this microSD card. I have tried numerous methods to scan or revived it both on the phone and on my computer. All data vanished without a trace. The closest I can get is the report got from clicking "properties" when it was in the the computer. The report said the microSD is now 0 (zero) byte. I understand memory does fail, but 10 months is a very short life span for a microSD card.