JontyB

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Helpful votes received on reviews: 89% (17 of 19)
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Kingston Technology DataTraveler 101 Generation 2 &hellip by Kingston
2.0 out of 5 stars Poor Quality, 29 Mar 2012
This 32GB 'Data Traveler' memory stick is of poor quality. The metal plug is loose within the cheap plastic case. The case itself is of poor quality hard plastic and would easily crack or chip. It has a cheap two piece glued construction with no data transmission light. The metal swivel cover had rough edges and could have cut my fingers. I am really surprised that a firm with a good reputation such as Kingston could import/produce such a poor quality product. This is a shame because the performance is quite good. I have not sent it back but I will not be buying any more Kingston products.
Veho Pebble Pro 13200mAh Portable Battery for Lapt&hellip by Veho
6 of 8 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Netbook Power, 15 Mar 2012
I purchased the Pebble 010 after discovering that previous power packs were unable to charge my Blackberry Playbook and Asus EEE netbook. They just did not have sufficient charging power. The only alternative was an expensive Power Gorilla, but at around £100 it seemed like overkill. I then discovered the Pebble 010 with a 13,200 mAh output and selectable settings of 5, 16 or 19 volts.

My only gripe, apart from the poor instructions, is that it weighs in around 400gms that might be somewhat heavy for every-day portability. It is nicely presented in a rubberised finish and appears well made. It has two outputs, one for 5v USB and a multi connector lead for the main DC output. None… Read more
TeckNet® POWER BANK iEP387 7000mAh Lithium Polymer&hellip by TeckNet
4.0 out of 5 stars Almost Perfect, 30 Dec 2011
This is certainly a easy to use product in a sleek well made quality package. I like the 4 blue lights charge indicator, so you know just how much power remains. This battery employs the latest Lithuium-Polymer technology and has the abilitiy to re-charge two devices simultaneously. The 7000mAh (2.1A) capacity is impressive for its size, but has proved insufficent to recharge my Blackberry 'Playbook' or a netbook. It will, however, recharge my daughter's i-Pad and my Blackberry Torch smartphone.

Tecknet claim that it is the worlds thinnest 7000mAh power pack, but its 250g weight might still be an issue if you are constantly carrying it around. It comes with a set of useful… Read more

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