Samsung UN48JU6500 48-Inch TV with HW-J6500 Curved Soundbar Reviews


  • Refresh Rate: 120CMR (Effective)
  • 42.4 – Inch 300W (6.1 Ch)

Product Reviews

“and the quality is AMAZING. It also has a lot less glare from …” – CS “christos1975”
Score: 5/5 Source:

I am giving this TV a 5 star rating based on quality and price. I really think for this size, this quality, under $1,000 dollars this is a 5 star TV. I did have some issues as other users mentioned on previous posts, but this has nothing to do with the two factors above that I mentioned. Yes I was not able to connect to my WiFi even after changing the encryption method several times and resetting my router and modem, but a short call to Samsung tech support and a firmware upgrade everything worked as a charm. The one thing you should be aware of is the SmartHub. It is not the same as in previous models so do not look for YouTube videos or old manuals. From what I understand, this new version of the SmartHub is based on a new operating system (Tizen) and it looks totally different. Initially very few apps were available, but every day there are new ones popping up. Netflix is now available as is AmazonPrime. I am still waiting on Skype.
Also, before you talk about quality, make sure you watch a real 4K video. I have used the YouTube app to search and play 4K video samples, as well as connected to my laptop that can produce 4K hdmi output, and the quality is AMAZING. It also has a lot less glare from my old Samsung which had a “regular” glass. This one, mounted above a fireplace, and next to a very bright bay window that brings sun in all afternoon, and you still watch TV without having to close the shades. 5 stars all the way … *****
“Great picture, Amazing Value” – delorend
Score: 5/5 Source:

I purchased the 48″ version of the JU6500, To address the wifi issues the other reviewers raised, my TV came with a USB drive and instructions on how to update the firmware and connect to wifi. Very easy, non issue.

Physical appearance 5/5 The tv is very slim, with a semi gloss screen. The tv looks better at night, but reflectivity is pretty low during the day even with windows near the screen. The stand is sleek and minimal. There are several HDMI and USB ports, along with optical sound output.

Apps: 4/5 When I last checked there were over a dozen apps. There was no HBO Go which was disappointing. I do not know if that will be added or not.

Picture Quality 4/5 When I first setup the tv the picture quality looked pretty mediocre. I discovered that this is due to extraneous settings that overprocess the video. Once I adjusted the settings, bluray and over the air channels looked amazing! I will post my settings at the end of this review. FYI, this is a 60hz panel, although I dont perceive any motion issues. Black levels and colors are great. Plus 4k content is gorgeous (netflix, youtube, amazon).

Value 5/5 For $1000 you cannot beat this tv. The next model up, the JU7100 is $500 more and the only really difference is it is a 120hz panel.

Picture mode: movie
Backlight: 8
Contrast: 96
Brightness: 45
Sharpness: 0 (only makes image worse. remnant of analog tvs)
Color: 65
G/R: 50/50
Dynamic contrast: off
Black tone: darker
Flesh tone: 0
Color Tone: Warm1
Digital Clean View: High
MPEG Noise Filter: High
Film Mode: Off
Auto Motion Plus: Off (you can turn on if you want,but it turns down the backlight in order to pulse the light to increase apparent refresh rate)

“Good picture, apps still in development” – aquarist
Score: 5/5 Source:

My first impression about this TV wasn’t good. The picture just didn’t look good compared to the 10-year-old HDTV I was replacing. The picture looked washed out and highlights were blown out. I played with various settings and eventually I figured it out: Reducing backlight from a maximum of 20 to around 6 seems to solve the problem. The picture looks good now. TV shows don’t look much better than on 1080p TVs though. Broadcast TV is limited to either 1080i or 720p. Upscaling is supposed to make such content look good on this 4K TV, but it doesn’t seem to have much effect.

This is supposed to be a Smart TV, so software quality is the other aspect to evaluate this TV on. The settings menu of this TV is usable, fast and pleasant to use. YouTube and Amazon Instant Video apps are slow to start (about 10 to 15 seconds, which is twice as slow as the $69 AppleTV) but once started they seem to work well. Many apps including Hulu are still in development. The icons are present but when you start the app you get a “Coming soon” message. There is no Netflix app, nor even a “Coming soon” message for it. I am able to watch Netflix through AppleTV, but AppleTV is limited to 1080p.

Overall this TV is probably not worth the price today. But when the software updates become available and as more 4K content become available hopefully I will not regret paying extra for this TV.

Update: Netflix and Hulu have just become available via a software update. All apps work well. (But I had to do “Reset Smart Hub” via the TV’s menu to get the apps to work after the update.) Playing Neflix movies via the app looks very good, and I am also getting good surround sound audio through my receiver (using the Anynet/”Audio Return Channel” feature). I am now happy with this TV, so upping the rating to 5 stars.

“Update Firmware First! Follow All Instructions and You’ll Have No Problems” – FL TechSmith
Score: 5/5 Source:

Outstanding picture and easy to use. Read the instructions to update the firmware before you begin any other setup or configuration. Those having problems appear to be early adopters and those who do not follow instructions. I had absolutely no problems setting this TV up once the firmware was updated.
“Excellent TV for the price and mine has functioned flawlessly …” – Kbo
Score: 5/5 Source:

Purchased this tv and received last weekend. Excellent TV for the price and mine has functioned flawlessly so far. Waited a week to post review since I wanted to give it a run through first. The one negative thing I heard was about motion blur was more noticeable and set my auto motion to custom and got it dialed in. Just watched the new Hobbit movie and no motion blur and not too much Soap Opera effect. Also have streamed 4k and was flawless picture. Amazing! Super happy with my purchase. :). I also upgrade cables from rocket fish to audio quest and it has made a noticeable difference.
“Shame on Samsung” – RFBlake
Score: 1/5 Source:

The 2015 edition doesn’t work with Direct TV’s 4k RVU. Given they supposedly partner with Direct TV, that would have been some good information to know. So I’ve basically purchased a very expensive ultra definition TV that has to run in standard HD mode. In Excusable. Shame on Sansung for selling a product that wasn’t ready for primetime. Samsung told me to check back every week to see if the software update was available to fix. You’d think they’d call me. They offered me nothing. I’ve basically paid $4000 for a $1000 picture.
“Disastrous CEC Implementation” – David
Score: 1/5 Source:

While one might think this TV would be able to play well with devices from other brands, they would be incorrect. From the moment the TV is turned on, it switches my Denon receiver to “TV audio” even though I source my audio directly through my receiver. Once I switch back to TV/BR/AV on the receiver, 60 seconds later and periodically during use, it switches back to TV audio. NOT helpful!! Also when I turn the TV on, one of the CEC signals results in my DTA being completely reset, therefore I have to set my DTA back up EVERY time I turn my TV on!!

While this is a common problem for Samsung televisions with ARC connections, this one is worse: while my previous model would at least switch to TV audio when I used the Netflix app, then released it back to TV upon exit (exactly as it should), this device never switches to TV audio upon activating an app! So while it frequently switches to TV audio during TV/BR/AV usage, it DOESN’T when I actually want it to!!

Additionally, they’ve removed the “universal remote” feature, which is a (mostly) helpful feature which not only allowed the television’s remote to act as a remote for my DTA, it also allowed me to view and program a guide for my cable lineup. This is notably absent in this model, while the guide button is on the remote to make a potential buyer THINK it is present.

Basically, as abysmally as my previous model functioned, this one is worse by far. Unless you plan on switching inputs on your TV (i.e. not using a video pass through/ARC-compliant receiver), I DO NOT recommend this (or really any) Samsung television.

“First I couldn’t connect to the Internet. Had to …” – Wesley Brown
Score: 2/5 Source:

First I couldn’t connect to the Internet. Had to take my tv and set it next to the router and hardwire it. Did the firmware update and could connect to the Internet. Netflix app doesn’t work. Have been on the phone with Samsung for two hours. They blame it on Netflix. Netflix obviously blames Samsung. Taking the tv back. Too many bugs in the less than 24 hours I have owned the television.
I dont understand the bad reviews” – Drop
Score: 5/5 Source:

I bought this TV from Best Buy. I like Samsung TV’s and have owned many in the past, so even after reading all these reviews I purchased this TV. They said that if I dont like the way it looks or performs that I can return it. After playing with the settings for 30minutes it was amazing. There are a few settings that are best to be turned off. Great TV for action movies, PS4 game play. I received a small USB to upgrade the firmware with the TV so had no issues connecting to the internet like most people state.

I am actually very surprised that this TV has bad reviews.

“Upgrade to 4k: Not totally convinced I should have but glad I did” – A. Cox “Artist, Musician, Physicist and Cook”
Score: 5/5 Source:

I purchased this after my 6 year old 52″ 1080p LCD died on me.
It’s about 15lbs or so lighter than my previous model, even given the size increase to 55″. It is thus even thinner and feels a little flimsy. The surface is not glossy but reflection is noticeable in dark scenes during day time viewing, but not terribly so.

I connect directly to the router for best performance and have a 25Mb line. Cable, Roku and PS3 for BluRay (which I have never played a game!) are my main sources. The Roku stays for HBO. Looks like HBO will be here soon, at least Smart TV is advertising the currently unavailable GoT. And I can’t comment on it’s WiFi connectivity.

Initially Netflix wouldn’t work and it appeared to have a problem downloading the latest firmware. However, it did download it and I updated my Netflix subscription to the (limited) UHD service. The fact being that Daredevil, House of Cards and Breaking Bad, plus Crouching Tiger Hidden Dragon (which I own on BluRay) will keep me occupied for the next few months. It’s takes about 5-6 seconds to load the app.

The interface is nice, I like that I can see detail without having to click on the item highlighted, unlike the Roku! The Amazon interface is nice too.
The ‘Your content’ app, my stuff is stored on a NAS, didn’t stream well at all. I kept getting pauses and then it moaned at my network connection. Never have that issue with my iPad. I’m going to store my content on a USB drive and connect directly. Which I intended to anyway!

I sit about 9 feet from the screen and I can easily say I have no issues with the picture quality: it’s excellent and all content looks better than on my previous TV, though that might be the improvements made since 6 years ago. The App streaming quality is excellent and I’ve experienced no delays or stuttering when viewing Netflix or Amazon UHD.

Lucy: BluRay/PS3 (sort of fun but absurd movie). Mr Freeman’s skin tone was near perfect.
Gravity: BluRay/PS3 Earth looked fantastic
Interstellar: BluRay/PS3 It looks great and the IMAX scenes are well… Stellar, Blacks are black! The space scenes are the best ever put in a movie!
Crouching Tiger: Netflix UHD and BluRay. UFD looks pretty similar to BluRay content, lovely detail and color.
Priscilla Queen of the Desert (excellent and fun Aussie Movie) HD: Amazon Streaming looked good, slight soft, good detail and color.
Good UHD on YouTube is hard to find, mostly static images or badly filmed. There is, however, no doubting the quality of the image though. Some of the TV maker demos are good, but a (good) movie trailer would be nice.

Please note: Netflix suddenly stopped working. In the end I did a hard stop/start and that seemed to solve the problem, for now! I think that if Netflix App is not fully unloaded when switching apps this may sometimes cause a problem.

So in conclusion: I like the TV; a lot. Stunning picture with UHD material. Great detail on lesser material, good features and, excepting note above and the Your Content App, streaming on Netflix and Amazon is very good, better than my much used Roku. However, there’s not much content worth watching, or it’s expensive if buying on Amazon, and given the quality of streaming you’d be better off buying a BluRay player and getting the cheaper disks, but it’s nice to have at least BluRay quality for streaming, and it looks like the latest exclusives from Amazon and Netflix are 4k. So there’s stuff there I want to watch.

And finally, of dear my cable TV HD now looks a little dull!


Rockwell RK3441K Compact Circular Saw Kit Reviews


  • Compact Size for excellent maneuverability, portability and control
  • Smaller, thinner blade for less tool strain, resulting in full-size circular saw cutting speed and performance
  • Easy set depth-gauge lever for quick setup and cutting adjustments
  • Quick and easy cut depth adjustments up to 2-Inch
  • 4-1/2-inch blade, 5-Amp and weighs less than 5 pounds

Product Reviews

“Easy to handle, plenty of power” – David Markun
Score: 5/5 Source:

This review is for Rockwell RK3441K Compact Circular Saw Kit .
I really like this saw. Because of the smaller blade and light weight It’s much easier to handle than a traditional circular saw. It seems to be well made and there is plenty of power. A three year warranty seems quite bold for a ten year old company making tools in China selling at low prices, this tells me that they are serious about making high quality tools. (To get a three year warranty you must register your saw, otherwise, it’s a two year warranty.)

Yes, this is a ten year old company. It’s not the same legendary Rockwell from Jackson, Tennessee which produced fine professional tools in the 60s and 70s. This new company purchased the Rockwell name and is manufacturing a new line of tools in China. I own several of the original, older Rockwells (or Porter Cable) and, to me, it looks like the new Rockwell has done a good job capturing the style and quality of their progenitor. But it is hard to evaluate things like brushes and bearings and switches in a new product. I wonder if I’ll still be using this saw in thirty years along side the older tools which last a lifetime.

I had good results cutting 1/2 inch and 1 inch plywood, and 1-1/2 inch oak (two pieces of 3/4 oak flooring cut together) was no problem. The dust collection port works well but the supplied adapter didn’t really fit any of the various hoses and adapters I have around. I ended up using duct tape. One thing I noticed when using a long, straight-edge cutting guide on plywood, the cuts weren’t quite as true as they are when I cut with my 7-1/2 inch circular saw. The long cuts with the small saw were acceptable but not excellent. I find this a fair tradeoff for the ease of handling and versatility the little saw provides. I expect the small, thin carbide tipped blade will wear out much sooner than we are used to with the large saws. But this, too, is a fair tradeoff and the blades are easy to find for ten dollars. It’s amusing Rockwell calls this a “kit” when all that’s included is a small edge guide and vacuum attachment. Thankfully, they didn’t throw in one of those cheesy, useless bags that get instantly tossed. Instead, they include a Velcro cord wrap that is actually useful.

I’ve read several negative reviews about the saw on various websites mainly complaining about the wobbly shoe assembly (more on this later). Yes, this is definitely a flaw in this model. I guess it’s understandable. Because of the immense pressure to produce high quality at low prices, something has to give way and designers shave assembly costs wherever they can. Where else have they cut that I can’t see? It is sad though because I would have paid thirty dollars more for a bit more quality, but perhaps most people don’t think like that.

I was originally going to rate it 4 stars because of the shoe assembly looseness but I decided on 5 stars for the following reasons.
1. The three year warranty is quite good. Plus, Rockwell has a 30 day Satisfaction Guarantee.
2. There is nothing like it on the market except for battery models (the older Porter Cable trim saw is no longer being produced, and the Makita 5-1/2 inch saw costs over twice as much).
3. The power and quality are very good for a saw at this price.
4. I was able to modify the shoe assembly so the saw works now like a 5 star model.

The flaw in the shoe assembly is in the loose fitting attachment points. There is a pin at the front and a rivet at the back. Both are quite sloppy so the shoe wiggles a little when cutting. I replaced both attachments with screws and the shoe is now very solid so cutting has become a pleasure. I have details about this modification on my blog, if you would like to read more, search for “DIY: Shoe Modification for Rockwell Compact Circular Saw”.

“Great saw for smaller jobs…earned a spot in my inner circle of tools.” – carefulShopper
Score: 5/5 Source:

I’ve used a larger 7 1/2 inch Dewalt circular saw for years. But now it’s getting cobwebs because of this Rockwell RK3441K compact saw. This compacts saw is so darn handy, lays easily in my tool bag, is more convenient than my larger traditional circular saw to tot around that it’s becoming my go-to saw for small to intermediate cuts in wood and metal.

It has a nice /precise /quality rip fence and angle cut feature and the knobs are quick and secure to set any angle cut. I particularly love the blade being on the left side of the drive. This dramatically increased my vision over the cut so it’s safer, more accurate, user friendly and better results.

My hands are average size (size 8-9 glove size Large) and I find the grip size /surface & design easy to hold on to and user friendly. For small hands this might be a challenge. The trigger pull is less complicated that other saws this size with makes this model Rockwell easier to operate and control while cutting than all other saws this size…in my opinion.

The blade turns as a slower RPM than my full size Dewalt, but if you slow down your feed this saw handles anything I throw it’s way giving a clean crisp cut and does not bog down. For big tough jobs simply use a bigger saw. The blade I found Best for all around cuts in wood /metal /longevity was a Freud D0436X Diablo 4-3/8-Inch 36 Tooth ATB Cordless Trim Saw Blade that I’ve used with no issues at all.

I am not easy to impress, but this compact medium duty Rockwell has earned its way into my inner circle of tools. I am Very pleased with the quality features, portability and durability of this handy saw. Recommend this without reservations and consider the hundred dollar cost a fair value.

Have used this Rockwell saw for several months now and and it’s still rock solid. No issues at all. The adjustable guide fence is real handy,…quick and secure adjustment lever,…easy to make quick /secure fence adjustments.

I’ve also used this saw in unconventional situations where I had to remove material from wood in such a way I was able to turn the saw over, expose the blade and carefully angle the wood into the blade to free-hand & create a router type effect. It was the only way to finish a particular cut and this saw has the flexibility to help. Never know what you’ll run into during a project and glad this saw has extra flexibility to adapt. Continues to earn my unqualified recommendation!

“LOVE!” – Brandon111 “tech junkie”
Score: 5/5 Source:

I don’t just love it, I LOVE IT! Anytime I get my own power tools at home, they disappear to my husband’s shop. That wasn’t a problem when we lived next door to his shop, but we moved to live next door to my parents and now when things disappear, I’d have to drive 14 miles to reclaim them. Then there’s also the rigamarole of “that’s not yours, that’s mine” because everything is the same brand… which is any brand carried at big box hardware stores. Enter Rockwell. Well made, affordable, and a brand to which my husband doesn’t have access at the local big box. I particularly like the size of this saw as my main cutting is 2″ depth or less (I don’t need the big bladed saws). This Rockwell suited me over the other Rockwell that Amazon offers, not just because this one is cheaper but because the other one (I forget the model, but the fancier infomercial one with the laser) doesn’t cut as deep of wood as this one. This saw is a bit heavy for a girl with normal sized girl hands, but I got used to it quickly enough. It is a bit of a stretch (pain in the tookus) to reach with my right thumb to push the safety whilst also pulling the power trigger with my right pointy finger (forefinger?), but it’s not impossible and not worth deducting a star.
“Outstanding Saw” – Lew
Score: 5/5 Source:

I was looking for a circular saw that was considerably smaller than my full-sized saw, to get into spots the big saw couldn’t. This saw fits the bill perfectly. It is incredibly easy to adjust and easy to operate one-handed. But I’m not a big fan of the lock location. It’s difficult for me to reach when using my left hand on the saw.
“Trigger lock release is to hard to reach using saw one-handed. Very awkward and uncomfortable.” – Butch W
Score: 2/5 Source:

I bought this saw instead of the the 3440 model because of the larger blade. Now I’m wishing I had bought the 3440. Although it cuts well enough I find the grip to be awkward and not comfortable at all. For a right handed person with average size hands the trigger lock release – mounted very low on the left side – is nearly impossible to reach with the thumb while pulling the trigger and still maintaining a tight grip on the saw. More often than not I find myself having to use my other hand to release the trigger lock so I can keep a firm grip on the saw. That means I have start the saw holding it off of the material I’m cutting. For that reason, I would not call this a “one-handed saw.” I believe left handed people will find the trigger lock release in an awkward position as well. For many people, trying to use the saw one-handed will create an unsafe condition. Unless I can find a way to modify this trigger lock release I intend to get rid of the saw. On another note, I am disappointed in Amazon for listing this as a “kit.” I’ll accept responsibility for not checking first, but with every other seller who markets these saws as “kits” the deal includes three saw blades and a tote bag. A minor complaint maybe, but I think the description in the header is misleading and Amazon could do better toward it’s customers.
“If the shoe quality/design was better so as to lessen the slop” – Tom
Score: 4/5 Source:

The on/off button is hard to press as indicated on other reviews and the shoe needs to be better quality controlled. Hole for mounting the shoe to body was oversized and retained by a split pin. Not the most accurate way to design and produce a quality product. It does have plenty of power. If you make a special washer, you can attach a 4.5 inch tile/concrete diamond blade. I used it to cut quartz countertops and it had plenty of power. With the carbide blade, it can cut 2x4s and other materials.

If it came with the washers to adapt other blades, or had a standard arbor size so I didnt have to adapt it, I would have given it an additional star. If the shoe quality/design was better so as to lessen the slop, I would also give it another star. Lastly, if the on/off button was easier to grasp, this would be the perfect portable saw….Hope Rockwell will take into consideration these comments. I’m giving it only 3 stars of 5 because I really don’t think it is a 2 star product, but those are 3 items to improve.

I use to travel to china and test power tools for Portacable, Sears, Makita, etc. I just notice they came out with a concrete tile blade, so I will up my rating, but wish they kept to a standard arbor hole size.

Test Engineer

“Rockwell RK3441K Saw Kit” – Video Buster
Score: 5/5 Source:

I previously used a regular 7 1/4″ circular saw for remodeling or new projects. Now I use this saw most of the time. It cuts easily and is lighter. The only dislike I have about the saw is the location of the safety button you have to press to pull the trigger. Took some time getting it to work. Otherwise, it is a great little saw that I wish I had available sooner.
“disgusted and disappointed” – David A. Januszewski “dwm”
Score: 1/5 Source:

after using this saw for a few months, I find it to be totally inadequate for any sawing task… I bought this to cut 3/4 plywood, to date it can’t follow a straight-edge, there is way too much flex in the shoe and its connecting brackets/hardware…. Wandering to and fro, even loses the 90 degree setting as it flexes…. the blade is too thin and wants to follow the grain of regular lumber… as you can see, I’m disgusted with this product, I have spent more time correcting faults than actually cutting plywood…. this is money poorly spent on a tool that can be engineered and built better, the idea is sound, but the execution is woefully lacking… I could never recommend this tool to anyone…
“Handy, handy, handy.” – Tangerine
Score: 4/5 Source:

This 4.5 inch circular saw is quick and effortless to use compared to a reciprocating saw and leaves a cleaner cut.
Quieter and lighter than a 7.5 circular saw and easy to handle with one hand.
For renovating and detail work it’s the cat’s meow.
I disabled the aggravating trigger lock since I’m capable of handling the tool safely without it. Still, I may fashion some sort of trigger guard which is what it should have been equipped with in the first place.
“Everything I needed.” – John K. Lee
Score: 5/5 Source:

I purchased this along with a number of other tools to lay in a floor in my attic. I found myself using this tool before anything else if I need to cut anything and the job is almost completed. I could have made do with other tools but having this one made my life a lot easier. It did everything as advertised.


URBAN ARMOR GEAR Case for Microsoft Surface Pro 3, Black Reviews

  • Fits Microsoft Surface Pro 3
  • Compatible With Microsoft Type Cover Keyboard.
  • Feather light Composite Construction and Impact-resistant Soft Core
  • 5-position adjustable aluminum stand
  • Air Vents Keep Things Cool
  • Easy Access To Touchscreen & Ports
  • Frog skin Water-resistant Grip Material
  • Meets military drop-test standards (MIL STD 810G 516.6) when used with Microsoft Type Cover keyboard

Product Reviews

“If Urban Armor and Spiderman teamed up, this is what you would get!” – Jesse San Nicolas™ “Super Saiyan Geek”
Score: 5/5 Source:

This is what happen’s when you merge Spiderman’s suit with Urban Armor. You get the most solid, robust case the world has ever seen. Seriously, this is the best looking case I have ever seen for any device in my entire life. I’m not kidding. If the red case is Spidey’s suit, then it’s safe to say the black case is the Venom version!

And here are the answer to your questions! How nice of me right?

1. YES….. it works with the type cover keyboard on. Actually, it’s like a match made in heaven.

2. YES….. you can fold back the type cover keyboard write on the SP3 like a notebook. It actually feels even more comfortable with the Urban Armor Gear case on and keyboard folded behind it.

3. YES….. the 5 angles are almost perfect and cover almost the whole spectrum of the SP3’s kickstand. The SP3’s 5 viewing angles are roughly (eyeballing it) 80 degrees, 70 degrees, 60 degrees, 50 degrees, and 40 degrees.

4. YES….. the material they used is of another world… or at least of a supreme quality in my opinion. The kickstand is actually made of METAL.

5. YES….. it will will protect your SP3 from a nasty drop… At least it seems like it will. Sadly, I don’t plan on testing this feature out, at least not on purpose.

6. YES….. you have access to all ports (minus the microSD slot), and the cutouts seems perfect. They even cut slots all around the case for fan ventilation.

7. YES….. It makes the SP3 heavier, and it is noticeable, but that is the nature of the beast. I measured it weighing in at 14oz. Here are the exact weights that I weighed myself using a scale:

SP3 Naked – 1.12lbs
SP3 w/ Type Cover and Pen – 2.7lbs
SP3 w/ TC/Pen and UAG Case – 3.5lbs

Ok now that those questions are out of the way, here is my take on the case:

I LOVE IT. POINT. BLANK. PERIOD…. Enough said right? Just kidding. Enough rambling, I will let my pictures I took do the talking for you

Lastly, would I buy it again is always the real question right? My answer is a huge, enormous, astounding YES. YES… and YES again!

I would even pay the full MSRP asking price, over and over again, like that Nelly and Tim McGraw song! And I did, because I purchased it directly from Urban Armor, which is how I was able to make this review.

After all that you would have thought I bought this case for my SP3 right? WRONG! I actually bought it for my fiancee, since her favorite color is red, and she already had the red type cover, and is prone to dropping stuff, like expensive phones (cracked Galaxy Note 2) and laptops (Red Alienware m14x).

Since receiving this case, I have already placed another order via Amazon for the black version, for myself of course. I’m a big Spiderman fan, but even bigger Venom fan!

“Great Case!” – G. Willikers
Score: 5/5 Source:

What a fantastic case! My office recently began the process of migrating certain groups to the Surface Pro 3, and getting this UAG accessory has given everyone else a case of case envy. It has a rugged, yet stylish, appearance and, although I have not tested it, it’s good to know I can take the laptop everywhere it needs to be without concern for its safety. The rubber edges are especially nice as the SP3 can be disturbingly slick.
One concern I had after reviewing the photos on the Amazon site was that the magnetic keyboard had to lay flat on the table when the case was installed. I’m happy to report that the keyboard easily shifts and locks into the inclined position just as it does without a case.A small detail the designers took into account was the need to better hold the keyboard in place when folded up. The computer holds the keyboard flat magnetically, but even moderate handling can cause it to open unexpectedly. UAG included a tiny bungee cord in the upper corner to better fasten the unit.
Well done UAG, indeed!

“Excellent product, very happy with my purchase. check out my video review of it. […]” – michael akers
Score: 5/5 Source:

I have had this case for about 2 weeks now and love it. It is the best and only case I could find for my surface Pro 3. If you want to see how it fits and looks check out my video review. […]

“YouTube Channel Viewers’ Q & A concering UAG’s SP3 Case” – Tinfoot
Score: 5/5 Source:

When it comes to protecting my tech toys, especially expensive ones, from my small herd of sometimes crazed cat-ninjas, UAG has demonstrated to me in the past as one to rely on. This case for the Microsoft Surface Pro 3 continues to do so.

**Questions asked by a YouTube channel viewers**

“Will this case work with the Docking Station?”

Very good question. Not having the docking station myself (perhaps down the line when the price drops a bit), I did look around for extremely specific dimension specs.

The case itself adds 3.5mm thickness, using a digital caliper, to the sides (they are slightly inset from the corner ribs) and have all ports open, including the charging port. I never did find the specific dimensions I needed, the width of “play” the sides/back of the docking port would allow, but the very significant rear padding of this case would likely put the charging port out of reach. I had to use my slide rule caliper as it was the only one that would fit through the top cutout for measuring the back; it measures at 9mm of thickness, including the back ribbing. So no, I do not think this case would work at all with the Microsoft Docking station.

UPDATE 23Oct14 – Thanks again to Stamatos for giving feedback and confirming: No, the MS Docking Station will NOT work with this case. Simply too snug of a fit.

“Working the kickstand?”

The kickstand is adjustable. However, I initially thought it wasn’t… simply because it take a bit of extra effort to click the stand into the various positions. More effort than I was initially used to, more effort that I was initially prepared to experiment with. But it IS adjustable (and kind of loud – LOL)! The keyboard does work at the raised angle.

“Can I flip the cover around the back?”

There isn’t a front cover integrated with this case as it is designed to be joined with the keyboard cover. Once again, although I hadn’t realized it at the time of choosing, I find this an aspect I hadn’t considered in terms of the keyboard anyways, so it’s actually a boon. Plus UAG added in a small bungee corner strap to keep the keyboard in its closed position (nice!).

The keyboard cover can flip all the way around the back of the case so you can use your SP3 as a tablet. (Thanks to Chuck for asking and Stamatos for answering!)

I do love the feel and color contrast of the red/black, and this case is lighter than even I anticipated (I weighed it at 14 ounces) even with a metal kickstand, being about the same weight as a much smaller casing I use for my Samsung Tab 3. Another design choice that I haven’t seen in other cases are the heat-vent holes around the edges, and I am a bit surprised UAG doesn’t mention this in their product description.

All in all, I look forward to when my Surface Pro 3 finally gets to me from it’s continual back-order purgatory, and I can place it in this UAG case, confident that it will be protected from Matrix-Flipping cats. 🙂

— I received this as a complimentary review product with the aim of hopefully elucidating features and drawbacks that may help you ultimately decide what fits your needs and budget best.

“Surface Pro 3 (SP3) screens are thin & fragile, this is a must have!!!” – TechRep78
Score: 5/5 Source:

Bought this after the screen cracked on my SP3. Buy a warranty when you get this tablet people!!! The glass is razor thin to save on weight!! I was scared even pushing my new SP3 into this case because of how snug it was, but I felt a lot better after getting it installed. I thought I wouldn’t like the stand as much as I do because it is smaller, but it does a good job. If you use it on your lap a lot you may miss the stability the wider SP3 stock kickstand provides. This is actually one of the nicest cases I have ever owned for a tablet. For the price I was expecting something of a lesser quality, but I would say it is the best choice after using it.
“Industrial protection, may not be for people just looking to basic protection” – Stephen Lerch
Score: 5/5 Source:

Before you buy this for your Surface Pro 3, you need to decide a couple of things.

First, are you willing to deal with the extra weight? If you don’t want to add what feels like 1/2 a pound to your SP3, don’t buy this.

Second, are you willing to lose the endlessly angled SP3 kick stand for something not nearly as nicely engineered? It does offer all of the best angles, or at least all of the angles I tend to use, but it’s not as smooth a motion to put in place and it is LOUD. It makes a lot of noise when you deploy the kickstand on the UAG case.

Third, if you want to use this without the type cover keyboard, you will be lacking a bit of protection given the large cut out in the front of the case for the keyboard.

So why would someone buy this? For me, it really only makes sense if you travel a lot or want to put this into an industrial style use. Not everyone needs MIL STD drop test protection. It really is quite hardcore in the amount of protection it is offering. And I have to be honest, I am taking UAG’s word here. I have not, and will not, do a real MIL STD style drop test on MY Surface Pro 3. This is my life blood and I don’t want to be without it. In this, I am a pansy.

In terms of protection, the corners are robustly covered, the vent holes on the SP3 are open, and the charging port is simple and easy to get at. The power button, volume buttons, miniHDMI, front and read cameras, and USB port are wide, wide open. Charging definitely works, plugging a display cable in works, and my USB drive works perfectly. I can no longer easily get to my MicroSD slot though. That’s fine for me though, as I really just use it as a second permanent drive in my system.

The keyboard seems to be expected to be on the SP3, otherwise there is a large cut out of the front of the case. In all honesty there will be people who complain about this, as they may just want to use the SP3 as a tablet. This case will NOT be for you as there will be some missing protection.

The keyboard also still easily and quickly attaches/detaches and also sticks to the Surface with the magnet as you expect.

In the end, don’t buy this if you don’t want a bit of Otter Box oddness to go with your SP3. Only buy this if you really, really want the protection.

Five stars because it’s a great option to have, especially for industrial style use. For normal users that just want elementary levels of protection, I’d say this is more like 3 stars.

Sample provided for review purposes by UAG.

“The case is great. They type cover is able to be used …” – Matthew B.
Score: 5/5 Source:

The case is great. They type cover is able to be used in the raised position, extending the kickstand allows Surface to be used in portrait mode, the clicking of the stand becomes less annoying every time I use it. Simply a great case worth every penny. As others may have said, the first few times you install it, it is a bit rough to get all corners on but after a few times it gets easier as the material gets broken in a bit. Very satisfied with this!
“Flexibility defended: Easy to take off actually” – Lam
Score: 5/5 Source:

A robust yet flexible gear for Surface Pro 3. Robust — no need to add any words. A widely recognized fact. Flexible? Many people fail to see that, and complain it’s hard to install and, more important, uninstall and make it hard for them to use the docking system. The fact is, You can install it and take it off in seconds if you do it the right way. For me, I just slide the Surface in to the right-hand side of the case first, which will take care of the upper and lower right corners. Then use your nimble fingers press the Surface into the upper and then the lower left corners. Though those rubber corners are hard and sturdy, the surrounding area of each corner is actually flexible and will yield when you slowly press the Surface into it. Press against the two sides of each corner and your machine will snap in. It won’t harm or scratch your device. Reverse the procedure to take the case off. It’s just that easy.

I saw someone complain that his screen protector was displaced by the gear case. That only means the protector is not that secured. I recommend the Invisibleshield Glass. It really stays once getting on the Surface. It works perfectly with this case.

To many people, including me, the only downside is this case sacrifices the original kickstand — one major selling point of the device. If this is a deal breaker for you, you should buy the Moko case instead, the only one as I know that genuinely allows you to use the kickstand, although far more flimsy and not as stylish. Yet UAG makes a not bad compensation for the loss of the kickstand. The metallic stand that comes with the case has 4 adjustable nice angles and is of very high quality. It is a stand far more flexible than other average cases you can find in the market, a second best stand I would say just next to the original kickstand. If superb protection (plus great look) with outstanding flexibility is what you need, this is the one you should use.

“Screen cracked from an 18 inch fall. UAG says too bad.” – Jeff R.
Score: 1/5 Source:

The UAG case is great looking. Seemed tough. Until it needed to be. Bought it with my SP3 and thought I was protected. Then last week my SP3 fell 18 inches. Not very far. But instead of being saved by a supposedly Military Grade Spec case, my screen cracked. The touchscreen no longer works with touch. The crack is there and UAG refuses to back up their claims. Here is their response:

“Thank you for contacting us. We are sorry to hear of the issues you are experiencing. Urban Armor Gear Cases are approved by Met Laboratories, Inc., a NEBS Certified testing laboratory. This testing confirms devices protected by UAG cases are compliant with MIL-STD-810G 516.6. To achieve this certification, a device must be dropped from a height of 48 inches, on each face, corner, and back. The device is dropped a total of 26 times and must function properly after the test, while not sustaining any damage to the touch screen or buttons.
While our case is drop tested there are many factors that play a part in protecting a phone, especially the screen that are beyond our control. Should the screen become impacted directly unfortunately the case does not have an opportunity to fulfill its job in protecting the device. This is only one of the many scenarios where the case would not be able to protect the device. Because of these outside factors that are outside of our control unfortunately we do not cover the devices themselves in our warranty. We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause and appreciate your understanding. ”

Don’t rely on the hype. When it comes down to it, if it won’t save the screen from a basic 18 inch fall, what good is it. The SP3 fell flat. Nothing was there to hit the screen. It just hit the flat floor. And now I need to have the screen replaced. And since I purchased the case at Microsoft, UAG will not take it back. So I have a worthless case and a broken screen. UAG will not stand behind their product. Lots of lame excuses, but no action and no substance. I would say that while the case is designed to look tough, and it does look tough, it will NOT protect your screen in a fall as short as 18 inches. I am very disappointed and very mad. WIll not be buying any UAG products in the future.

“Better than I expected…” – DRich57
Score: 5/5 Source:

Very well made product. Pleasantly surprised that it accommodates the Pro 3’s keyboard with regard to the crease which allows the keyboard to be at an angle – I was prepared to have to use it ‘flat’ as it is with the Pro 2. Also, all buttons and connection ports are accessible. The kickstand on the Pro 3 is covered, but replaced by one on the case itself, but it seems sturdy and has a range of motion that allows multiple angles. Venting does not look obstructed.

The case doesn’t make the device much more bulky, but it is slightly heavier – a trade-off I am willing to make for protection. This case isn’t waterproof, nor does it prevent dust/dirt as it is open in several places and the front of the Pro 3 is open, but it serves well to protect from bumps, short drops and the like. This case, along with a good screen cover (tempered glass perhaps) Should keep a device from most harm. There aren’t many choices for a protective case right now as the Pro 3 is relatively new, this one seems to be the best – in my opinion.

How to Increase Your Character’s Stats in GTA Online

With the PC version of Rockstar Games’s critically acclaimed Grand Theft Auto V, players new and experienced alike have jumped into the updated world of GTA Online to race, complete missions, rob banks, and interact with other players in the living, breathing city of Los Santos. While veterans of GTA Online can import their console accounts and continue causing mayhem, first time players are still learning the ropes and adjusting to the game’s mechanics.

One mechanic that seems to be surrounded by a lot of confusion is the character skill levels in GTA Online. The stats of Driving, Shooting, Strength, Stamina, Stealth, Flying, and Lung Capacity all play an important role in your character’s development, and raising these skill levels can enhance your character’s performance in online events.


So how exactly do you raise these skills? Simply put, you do activities related to the skill. To increase Stamina, players need to run. To increase Flying, you fly. All of the character skills will increase naturally as you play the game. The best way to level your skills is to simply enjoy the game and have it come naturally.


However, the best way of doing something isn’t always the fastest. GTA Online is designed to be a game that offers hundreds of hours of entertainment, and attempting to naturally increase your character’s skills can take quite some time. Luckily, there are strategies to speed up the process so you can enjoy the benefits of high skill levels early on in the game.


How to Increase Strength in GTA Online

Strength is the amount of damage your unarmed and melee attacks do. Additionally, with a higher Strength skill, players can climb ladders faster, increase performance in sport mini games such as Tennis and Golf, and reduce damage received.


  • Strength is increased by 1% for every 20 punches that inflict damage


A good way to level this skill fast is to either visit Grapeseed Farms and repeatedly punch cows or have a friend sit in a car while you punch it. In total, players must land 2,000 punches to completely max the Strength skill.


Players looking to naturally increase their Strength skill can play sport mini-games and use physical combat during gameplay.


How to Increase Stamina in GTA Online

Stamina is the ability to run, jump, and swim without stopping to catch your breath. Players who have a low Stamina skill may find their characters running slow due to fatigue and possibly losing health due to overexertion. Maxing out this skill will allow the player to sprint, swim, and cycle indefinitely.


  • Stamina is increased by 1% for every 17 yards your character runs or cycles
  • Stamina is increased by 1% for every minute your character swims


The fastest way to level your Stamina skill is to buy a cheap bicycle on the internet and ride it around town, as players move faster when on bikes and therefore can cover more ground faster. Maxing this skill requires you to cover 1,700 yards or about 5,100 feet.


How to Increase Stealth in GTA Online

Stealth is a very handy skill to master, as it allows you to remain invisible on the minimap during deathmatch and other game moves. While in stealth mode, players can also perform takedowns on other players.


  • Stealth is increased by 1% for every 40 yards the player sneaks
  • Stealth is increased by 1.5% for every successful stealth takedown performed


The fastest way to level this skill is to hook a rubber band up to a controller and allow your character to sneak in a circle whilst you do something else.


How to Increase Flying in GTA Online

The Flying skill allows you to pilot aircraft more effectively. A high level Flying skill will make it easier to land and takeoff, manage turbulence, and performing maneuvers in the air.


  • Flying is increased by 1% for every 10 minutes that you pilot an aircraft
  • Flying is increased by 1% for every bridge you fly under
  • Flying is increased by 3-5% for every gold medal earned in Flight School


The fastest way to increase your Flying skill is to play the Flight School missions and aim for gold medals. These missions will give you an initial boost in the Flying skill. From there, simply fly your aircraft under bridges repeatedly until you max it out.


How to Increase Shooting in GTA Online

The Shooting skill aids the handling of all firearms, essentially making them more accurate. Players who max out the Shooting skill can expect a considerable increase in gun accuracy. The skill has no bearing on reload speed.


  • Shooting is increased through inflicting damage with guns
  • Shooting is increased through inflicting headshots
  • Shooting is increased by 3/2/1% for every gold/silver/bronze medal earned from Shooting Range Challenges.


The fastest way to increase your Shooting skill is to invite a friend to the Ammu-Nation Shooting Range and repeatedly play the challenges. This must be done with another player, as playing the Shooting Range by yourself does not reward a skill increase.


How to Increase Driving in GTA Online

The Driving skill affects car and motorcycle handling, as well as handling of airborne cars. Players with a maxed out Driving skill can expect an easier time handling vehicles at high speeds.


  • Driving is increased by 1% for every second your vehicle is airborne
  • Driving is increased by 2-3% for every stunt jump completed.
  • Driving is increased for driving vehicles without colliding with other objects
  • Driving is increased for driving in oncoming traffic without colliding with other objects


The fastest way to level the Driving skill is to complete all 50 stunt jumps. In addition to the skill increase rewarded for completing the stunt, you will also gain a skill increase for every second your car is airborne.


How to Increase Lung Capacity in GTA Online

The Lung Capacity skill affects how long your character can remain underwater before he begins to lose health.


  • Lung Capacity is increased 1% for every minute spent underwater
  • Lung Capacity is increased for practicing yoga (mini-game)
  • Lung Capacity is increased for diving


There is no preferable way to level this skill. Due to the limited activities in which this skill gains experience, the only real way to level up your Lung Capacity is to swim underwater and practice yoga.


How to Increase Max Health in GTA Online

While not directly listed as a skill, you can increase your character’s maximum health level as you level up. Max health increases by 20 points every 20 levels, requiring players to take part in the various activities around Los Santos.

LaCie Porsche Design P’9220 1 TB USB 3.0 Portable External Hard Drive 302000 Reviews

  • USB 3.0 interface for rapid photo, video and audio file exchange and transfer
  • 3mm of strong aluminum casing to protect your data
  • Includes Wuala online storage and LaCie Private-Public software to protect your data
  • Features eco-mode to lower your drives power consumption by up to 40% when not in use
  • 1 TB storage capacity
  • USB 3.0 interface for rapid photo, video and audio file exchange and transfer
  • 3mm of strong aluminum casing to protect your data
  • Includes Wuala online storage and LaCie Private-Public software to protect your data
  • Features eco-mode to lower your drives power consumption by up to 40% when not in use
  • 1 TB storage capacity

Product Reviews

“Good But Has its Weak Points” – GLerner
Score: 4/5 Source:

This hard drive is definitely eye candy. It goes perfectly with the aluminum design of the Mac book Pro. It is small, holds a lot, and is relatively fast good enough for gaming. Don’t expect the rubber feet that comes with it to last a week, they are rubbish. The usb seems loose, and sometimes I will move the hard drive and it will become disconnected with the computer. This is quite annoying when you are working on something or playing a game. If you havent saved, you’ve lost everything you were doing. I would, however definitely recommend this hard drive to fellow Mac users. It looks stunning, its worth the price, but the connection is iffy.
“Best portable hard drive I have ever seen!” – 5.0 Engine
Score: 5/5 Source:

This LaCie Porche hard drive is perfection in any way one could measure.

The design is just a work of art, no other way to describe it. It has an elegant brushed aluminum exoskeleton, with edges that come to crisp points, and sharp corners.

You connect to your old USB 2.0 or the newer 3.0, and the drive spins up, except you can’t hear or feel it. I was so vibration free, and quiet I couldn’t even tell it was running, but it was, and it was blistering fast. I am not kidding here, the drive I received had ZERO vibration, and no noise, and I have never seen that in any mechanical hard drive in the 25 years I have been using them. It was almost as if it was an SSD.

On usb 2.0 on a decent Dell tower I got 33MB/sec read, and somewhat less on write. (write has to read too, which is slower for any drive). I did not have an usb 3.0 to test it on.

Drive comes formatted in NTFS, and a number of software programs.

It comes with a USB 3.0 cable, but you could use a cell phone type usb 2.0 cable (the one with the really small connector), and just connect it to the small half of the USB 3.0 socket on the drive. It will work fine.

I had no problem using the drive without any additional power source. It worked on ONE usb port. The drive ran so cool, that I could not imagine it taking too much power.

I did not use the software it came with. If you want encryption software I strongly recommend trucrypt, and use a very long password or keyfile.

Again, this drive is a work of art. LaCie you did well!

I have recently bought other portable hard drives bought from Toshiba and Western Digital both of which vibrated, made noise, and felt and looked cheap. The WD failed, and with the Toshiba 1TB is running like a weak back vibrator. It won’t last either. I am now considering buying another LaCie Porche.

“Excellent product; compact and well-designed” – Ken
Score: 5/5 Source:

After several years, my old exterior hard drive which I used for backing up my MacBook failed completely. It was until then very dependable, and (I thought) very compact and tidy (although it had a firewire connection and needed its own power source). So, I looked around and found this and decided to give it a try. My opinion is that it’s very good.

It is extremely compact and very good looking. It attaches to the MacBook using a USB 3 cable. My MacBook is not USB 3 enabled, but not a problem, inasmuch as the drive works very handily with USB 2 as well. The setup takes about 5 seconds: plug the USB port into the MacBook, plug the other, dedicated USB 3 end, to the Drive, and click. I had 58 gigs worth of data to transfer and it took a little less than an hour using Time Machine on the Mac. Since then, updates take about 30 seconds each. Works with Windows too, apparently.

Verdict? I’m going to buy a second one to keep with me when I go to the office or travel.

“Great buy!” – mercks
Score: 5/5 Source:

I am very happy with this drive. The installation only took me a couple of minutes, I’ve also set up the automatic backup in literally no time. The drive is very easy to use. I like everything about this model, from the software interface to the solid aluminum enclosure, and AES-256 data encryption.
“Beautiful, quiet, fast” – Wunderschoen
Score: 4/5 Source:

I just got this drive as a replacement for my old backup drive (which, at 100 GB, was not nearly enough space). The previous drive was a LaCie as well and has lasted me 3-4 years with no problems, as has my LaCie flash drive. This drive, P9220, is beautiful and feels very heavy and well-made. It is absolutely silent and does not heat up at all if placed on a table. I was transferring files through a USB 2.0 connection (my laptop is about 3 years old and does not have a USB 3.0) and it took maybe 10 hours to transfer 260 GB of data. To me this seems very fast, considering the USB 2.0 connection. The drive worked wonderfully with my Mac and I had no problems with setup using the LaCie assistant or with setting it up as my Time Machine drive. I did set it up as a Mac-only drive, which lets me have more space and store larger files, but it is possible to set it up as a Mac/Windows-compatible drive or to make a partition and have both formats. I didn’t use any of the included software. If it stops working I will update this review, but since this isn’t going to be used continuously I doubt that will happen anytime soon.
“Lacie Porsche 1TB” – PrettyEddie
Score: 5/5 Source:

Let me start off by saying that aesthetically there is no comparison to this hard drive. It’s quiet, it’s fast and it’s reliable. Even if you don”t have a USB 3.0 connection, this thing blows the competition away. I opted to buy the 1TB due to the minimal price difference. And as a tip, if you’ve got this drive connected, make sure you don’t leave it in the case or pouch you buy while connected. Since it’s all aluminum, it can get rather warm quickly.
“WD WD10TPVT 1TB drive inside” – munna
Score: 5/5 Source:

If apple made external hard drives, this is how it would look. 5 stars for design. This mounts as a 1TB Western Digital WD10TPVT drive when connected to the computer.
“Great Design & Storage Capacity” – Tek9
Score: 5/5 Source:

I’ve been storing our family digital images since 2002. Back then our bulk of pictures were still taken with a film SLR camera & only about 30% of them were taken with our first 2.1mp point & shoot. Not that big of a deal with storage problems on a PC. Fast forward 10 yrs and we have two DSLR’s (21mp & 18mp), three point & shoot (14mp – kids), two smart phones (12mp & 8mp) and two HD camcorders. With my shutter happy family this has resulted into about 80GB worth of media on a yearly basis, thus the increase for more storage.

I work in Information Technology (IT) for a living so redundancy is a habit of mine. I Have a 1TB Seagate Desktop HDD & recently purchased this Lacie 1TB Portable HDD as a backup for my backup(the seagate). I got tired of having my backups backup split on two separate 500GB Pocket Western Digital. This Lacie is heavier then the WD but it’s expected due to the extra platters added for the extra storage space. It’s also more convenient for me to just take one HDD drive with me than two 500GB. The construction of it is solid & not flaky like the plastic 500GB WD units I have. Transfer speeds are fast when using a compatible 3.0 USB connection. I love that I have the ability to have 10yrs of digital memories at arms reach where ever I go. If I want to show family & friends pics I just plug this baby right into my tablet or netbook.

Overall: Solid build. Great Design/flashy in my opinion (if you look at that kind of stuff). The enclosure is more rugged than the cheaper plastic Western Digital & Seagate models out there. Has USB 3.0. Plenty of storage space in a pocket size format. Uses USB 3.0 cable so make sure you don’t loose it, they’re not as easy to buy/find as your typical USB 2.0 to mini cable, then again, you can find anything on

“Awesome drive” – G.C.
Score: 5/5 Source:

This LaCie drive works and looks awesome. It runs quiet and fast, there’s lots of storage space. I would definitely recommend it if you are looking for a quality portable drive.
“Beautiful” – Bi
Score: 5/5 Source:

Perfect design, and I think it’s not expensive if you see its design and function. It works well with any PC run XP, Vista, 7 and any Mac from Leopard.