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  • Time to play

    posted byNOD127 on 04/25/2013

    Works great under Linux, or windows with Xpadder. With some fiddling it can "emulate" being two Xbox360 controllers, so the games supporting works without any tinkering in-game The almost hilariously bright red LED is almost comparable a... Read more

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  • Works, although certain precautions must be taken

    posted byNOD127 on 04/07/2013

    Just as fast as the more expensive one's, but that's to be expected, since they're all using the same chips. So no worries there the solder points for the IDE header are capable of touching the metal body of your harddrive, so cover the zone with... Read more

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  • Gets the job done, though a little finicky

    posted byNOD127 on 03/06/2013

    Makes it possible to use a fullsize & full speed SD-cards in almost all devices with MicroSD slots. Tested with with both a Allwinner A10 "android stick" and a few smartphones, and it worked as it should It's honestly very fragile as... Read more

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  • Decent performance, but lackluster build quality

    posted byNOD127 on 12/28/2012

    Fair priced, great signal range and almost no noise when there's no cellphone activity. When there's cellphone activity, the FM signal gets heavily distorted by it. Even from cellphones in passing cars causes interference. And the power adapter is... Read more

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  • Decent, but could be better

    posted byNOD127 on 11/10/2012

    Ridiculously cheap compared to what you'd have to pay for the individual components + PCB to hold it. The output voltage fluctuates depending on the load, so it's not for applications where a stable voltage source is mission critical. Also lacking... Read more

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  • Does get the job done

    posted byNOD127 on 11/10/2012

    Capable of charging even most tablets, and it's size makes it handy and portable. The battery is definetly too small to be a 2600mAh one, definetly in the sub 2000 category. Also the solar panel can only recharge it over a couple of days left in a... Read more

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  • Great for the price

    posted byNOD127 on 11/10/2012

    Does the job and it's clearly marked with whats + and whats - on the input side. Additionally it's actually providing a stable 5volt output that's within the error margin allowed by USB devices Feels slightly flimsy, but considering the pricetag 4... Read more

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