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80% of customers would recommend this product to a friend (4 out of 5)
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Pros: Tested this with a 233x RiData CF card - Linux hdparm -t showed consistent 45MBps reads - most likely limited by the card itself. Was able to boot Ubuntu off the card etc. Build quality seems quite good. Very happy.
Cons: This is just the converter card - no bracket to mount in a normal drive bay (should be obvious from photos). Keep that in mind - you obviously wouldn't want this floating around in a metal chassis where it can short.
Other: I was worried this might not have great throughput (some SATA-to-ATA converters have terrible throughput and thought this might use one of those chips), but it went at full speed (sequential reads) with the fastest CF card I currently have. If you need solid-state storage that you'll mostly read from and want good speeds, this seems like a good choice.