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An E-book reader.
Because this is my first e-reader, I can't judge it against it's peers. It works well.
It is spectacular hardware-wise. Its software works, but it is sometimes obviously or even critically lacking. It lacking a file browser and respecting directories is bad enough that I can't really use it for its intended purpose, and almost regret buying it.
The Chain of Trust >
I have trust issues with all storage, but flash memory-based storage is particularly unreliable.
TL;DR - Stubby metal drives are a problem.
See also Testing USB storage
Computers > Hardware >
When a USB stick has been used for, say, a bootable Linux distribution, it usually cannot be re-used as a mass storage device by, say, Windows. These instructions are to wipe/reset a usb stick so it will work as it used to.
Computers > Hardware >
Problem: A USB stick cannot boot with any of Porteus, the boot-repair LiveUSB, or SystemRescueCD. It used to be bootable with Porteus, and before that it could boot with other Linux LiveUSB distributions.
A stereo microphone just shy of being studio-quality. Very high quality and very highly recommended.
With no drivers needed, this thing has been tested and works on various Linux distributions, Windows XP, Windows 8.1 and Windows 10. I've also tested it as an audio output device (a "sound card") and it works great.
This is just shy of being unused, because I wrecked the audio jack.
Not in stock at dx.com, but perhaps try one of:
A very high quality and easy-to-use dictaphone / mp3 player / usb stick.
A reasonable all-around reader, particularly good because it can read CF (CompactFlash) cards.
Great features and high quality.
A USB key which has two ends, one USB and the other Micro USB.
Though the plastic cap is looser than I want, this has a solid construction. However, it is NOT 60MB/s read, 25MB/s write!
This is a fantastic item.
I got one black and one gold. The black looks great. The gold is okay-looking.
Very solid. Almost metal. Good grip.
The cap stays on tightly.
The MicroSD card goes in the "nose" of the reader, and is easy to insert/remove.
It's easy to pull out of a computer, even though it is fairly small.
When working with a USB stick or a storage card like an SD or MicroSD card..