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  1. NLee the Engineer says:
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     5.0 out of 5 stars are genuine second-generation eneloop cells – as far as I can tell , 20th April 2011
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    This review is from: Sanyo NEW 1500 eneloop 8 Pack AA Ni-MH-charged batteries (Electronics)

    I have done extensive testing on the original eneloop batteries since early 2007, shortly after they were introduced in the United States. I have also tested the blue second-generation eneloop cells from the Costco eneloop package back in 2010. But this is the first time I have seen second-generation eneloop in white packaging sold in the United States. Concerns with so much talk about counterfeit eneloop, I was understandably cautious when I SANYO NEW 1500 eneloop 8 Pack AA Ni-MH batteries charged . Tested
    I have four of these cells, a with my old <. target = "_top"> La Crosse BC-900 battery charger
    – Right out of the package, their average remaining charge 1568mAh, or nearly 80% of the rated capacity of 2000mAh. The spread is also very small, from 1558 to 1577mAh. This proves that they are indeed low-self-discharge type. (Date code on my cells says “11-01”, or Jan 2011)
    – After one recharge / discharge cycle, the average capacity improved
    2115mAh – After two more recharge / discharge cycles, the average capacity leveled off at 2133mAh, or more than 6% higher than the rated capacity.
    The above results are very consistent with what I previously observed, while testing second-generation eneloop cells in the Costco package. Therefore, I am convinced that the fact is true second generation Sanyo eneloop cells. (See the scans I uploaded Customer Images section, if you need to distinguish between old and new eneloop cells)
    On the other hand, currently the prices of those new eneloop cells are about 25-50% higher than that of original eneloop cells. One may ask: to have the new eneloop cells offer sufficient improvement over the old, justify the price be? Let’s compare the following factors:
    – Cycle Life: The 2nd Generation eneloop claims that “charging up to 1500 cycles”, while the original only claims 1000 cycles. This 50% improvement looks great on paper, but note that if you recharge your eneloop twice a week, it will take 10 years to reach 1000 cycles. So in real life, most average users never notice the difference
    – Self-Discharge Rate:. The new eneloop cells claim to “maintain 75% charge after 3 years”, while the original only claims “80% after 2 years.” In real life, most people will never notice the difference
    – Capacity:. First-tions eneloop AA cells have “Typ 2000mAh, Min 1900mAh” printed on them, while the second Generation eneloop AA cells only say “Min 1900mAh”. But in fact they have the same capacity rating of 2000mAh (typical) according to official Sanyo web site. My measured capacity numbers are actually around 2100mAh for both versions
    BOTTOM LINE:.
    Both the old and new eneloop cells are excellent products. You can mix and sure to tell them in any application, and no one can make the difference in the next 10 years. But if you can not decide which version is a better value … Only a coin and pick one – you can not lose either way
    [update on 31 July 2011]
    Long-term self-discharge data: I have tested a pair of new eneloop AA cells after 104 days sitting on the shelf (the batteries, not me). The average remaining charge to 88.7%. This charge-retention rate is slightly better than that of the original eneloop, but the difference is in error for my experiment.
    [Update 8 May 2012]
    Today the second-tions eneloop cells are typically priced lower than the original. . So you should definitely get the newer version in case you for my “Sanyo eneloop FAQ” Just looking
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  • NLee the Engineer says:
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     5.0 out of 5 stars Second-tions eneloop better than the first – by a hair , 30th April 2011
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    This package ( Sanyo SEC HR4U4BPN ) contains four second-generation eneloop AAA. I have tested this with my old cell La Crosse BC-900 Advanced Battery Charger . Here are my findings:
    – Right out of the package, the average remaining charge is 640mAh, or 80% of rated capacity (800mAh)
    – increased after the first charging cycle, the average capacity of 839mAh.
    – After two more recharge / discharge cycles, the average capacity leveled off at 843mAh, or 5% higher than rated capacity
    The above is very consistent with the results that I received last year. When testing the second Generation eneloop AAA cells from the Costco package “_top”> . Therefore, I have no doubt that those batteries are genuine. Date stamping them fitted says: “10-12”, which means Dec 2010 (see my upload in the “Customer Images” section, if you know where to find the date code). After
    Sanyo press releases, these second-generation eneloop cells several advantages over the original eneloop “_top”>
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    – Can charged “up to 1500 cycles” (vs. ” 1000 cycles “for the original) are
    – Can hold” 75% charge after 3 years “(vs.” 80% after 2 years “)
    – Works up to -20 degree C (vs. – 10 degrees C
    ) In real life, however, it is almost impossible for the average user to experience those benefits. Note that even if you recharge your cells twice a week, take it to reach almost 10 years up to 1000 cycles. Moreover, the self-discharge advertised for new and old eneloop cells are actually the same during the first 2 years
    What capacity. Original eneloop AAA cells have “type 800mAh, 750mAh Min ..” printed on them. The new eneloop AAA cells only say “Min 750mAh”. This has confusion for some people who have the new version have a lower capacity created. But according to Sanyo web site, the capacity of the new AAA is also 800mAh typical. My own test results have shown that the measured capacity of the original eneloop is around 4% higher than rated, whereas the capacity of the new eneloop is about 5% higher than rated. Again, the difference is so small that most users never notice
    BOTTOM LINE:. do
    Second generation eneloop cells offer several improvements over the original, but the actual benefit is very hard to verify in real life. In my case, the price I paid for this new eneloop AAA package is only 10% higher than that of the old one, so I think it is a good deal. If the price difference is much larger, then you must decide whether it is worthwhile to pay extra for those perceived benefits.
    [update on 31 May, 2011]
    Prices for the new eneloop AAA came down further during the last month, so now it’s an even better deal. But only if you’re looking for a bigger bargain, you can ReCkyo GP Pre-Charged AAA cells
    . They are priced lower than Sanyo eneloop, and have slightly higher capacity (rated 850mAh, measured 880mAh)
    [update on 31 July 2011]
    Long-term self-discharge data:. I tested a pair of new eneloop AAA cells after 92 days sitting on the shelf (the batteries, not me). The average remaining charge is 89.4%. This charge-retention rate is slightly better than that of the original eneloop, but the difference is in error for my experiment.
    [Update 3 July 2012]
    Amazon reunited several Sanyo eneloop products (many AA / AAA packages and different chargers) to see in a single product. This makes it very difficult for people to find reviews for a particular product. Especially my “Sanyo eneloop FAQ” was previously on the product page of Sanyo eneloop 4 Pack AA , but now it can only be found at the following link:

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     4.0 out of 5 stars > Excellent batteries, mediocre charger , 5 May 2011
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    This package ( SANYO NEW 1500 eneloop 4 Pack AA Rechargeable Ni-MH Pre-Charged Batteries w / Charger ) contains four second-generation ‘1500 cycles’ eneloop AA cells plus the “MQN06” 4-cell charger
    I checked this new second-generation eneloop cells about one year ago by the Costco eneloop package , and more recently by the SANYO NEW 1500 eneloop 8 Pack AA . I can honestly say that, while have the old and new eneloop are excellent products, their difference in performance is hardly noticeable. Both versions exactly the same capacity rating of ‘Type 2000mAh, 1900mAh Min “. Actual measured capacity, using my old La Crosse BC-900 , is actually about 5% higher at about 2100mAh average .
    Some advertised improvements of the new eneloop cells looked impressive on paper, but not easy to verify in real life. For example, the new cells to make 50% longer life have (from 1000 to 1500 cycles). But note that even if you recharge your eneloop twice a week, it takes about ten years before you can realize the difference in battery life. The new eneloop also claims to “hold 75% charge after 3 years” in storage, while the old only claims “80% after two years.” In real life, most users never see any difference. But then again, it does a warm and fuzzy feeling to know that you. always get the latest and best batteries on the market (At least until the 2500mAh Sanyo “eneloop-XX” is)
    Mechanically, there are some very minor differences between original and new eneloop cells (See my upload in the Customer Images section distinguish between old and new). Note that assert some confusion about “vents” on the latest eneloop cells. Some poeple even that cells are fakes with no visible vents. But I have tested two batches of new eneloop cells with and without the “air holes” and found them to be identical electrically . So I am confident that the latest batch I received are genuine.
    MQN06 Sanyo 4-cell battery (included in this and many other eneloop packages) is a big disappointment. Here’s what I do not like about this charger:..
    – It charges in pairs only, this is very inconvenient for appliances that take odd number of cells when loading a cell depleted try along with a half-full cell, the charging process stops as soon as the second cell full, which means
    the first cell is still half empty – The charging current is very low. 300mA for AA cells, 150mA for AAA cells That is, it takes about 7 hours to make a pair. exhausted eneloop AA cells charge
    . – If you leave a pair of charged cells in an unplugged MQN06, there is a leakage current of 0.5 mA, this means a loss of 12mAh per day in other words, is.. set of 2000mAh cells in approximately 5 months are exhausted .. That wipes the ‘low-self-discharge’ benefit eneloop cells

    CONCLUSION:
    Over the past four years, I’ve found the original Sanyo eneloop cells to be the most consistent and reliable NiMH cells I have ever used. I can recommend the new eneloop based on my past experience. On the other hand, I find it inexcusable that Sanyo continues the best rechargeable batteries with such a mediocre bundle. So you might want a package that comes with a better charger, such as the Sony Cycle Energy BCG34HRE4KN needed , and then buy more Sanyo eneloop cells. The SONY charger can handle each cell individually, and it can be used to recharge any other brands of LSD cells.

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    This review is from: Griffin GB02480 Survivor Extreme-Duty Military Case for the new iPad (3rd generation), and iPad 2, Black (Personal Computers)

    I love the Griffin Survivor case. I love the soft yet grippy feel. I love the built-in screen protector. I love the military grade protection that keeps it safe from the curious fingers and inevitable mistakes of my daring 9 month old. This case is this really my iPad may stay-at-home mom’s best companion.
    first I was given the Otter Box, but after reading the reviews on the iPad2 version, I had my doubts that it would have the ruggedness I And would it really is not so attractive I would have to install Ghost Armor or something to protect the screen -.. a process that would keep me work on my new toy for more than 24-48 hours, the delivery time for (should be all in my favorite color) all precautions iPad gear have. Unacceptable. I did not relate to the loss of touch response from the built-in screen is noticed either. The Survivor is also to be pleasant. Certainly, it is not purple, but It has an elegance of its low mass -.. How beautiful muscular definition of a dancer The included snap on
    abundant functional first, I was concerned that, as each case other than the Otter Box, it would be a functional desk be Needless to say, as a stay-at-home mom, I am rarely at a desk jumped up with the state I can still rest it lightly on my lap and type Case in point:… I’m currently sitting on the bed next to my daughter as she falls asleep. I do not have no problems with keys or access to all ports with this case, even if they all are fully covered.
    Unfortunately, it does not have is their fault. It’s not ideal for photographers that fits on the road as the camera connection kit not on the plastic frame around the connection port. The framing does not interfere with the charging / sync cable, but press the camera connector pieces are wider than the charger plug and the plastic frame before the plug can make the harbor. This is a supper bummer for me because part of the reason why I had the iPad so that I can easily sprout blog and post pictures of my little family was to look. By Camera Connection Kit I would edit the SD card into the iPad Pop publish any time, and stocks have. As it stands now, I’m still firmly on the desk is in sync the last pictures.
    only other minor complaint is very low, I think I can still kind of travel case for it to be just a hard cover over the screen in certain situations – is a backpack for air travel as I said like packing it. very little importance at the moment, considering that I have not done, nor am I to do with the planning, none of this in the near future.
    Concluding the Survivor case has a striking balance between robust functionality and elegant sensory stimulus, such as professionally designed Kevlar lined leather chaps and jacket on a motorcycle hottie. The only way Griffin could improve on this beautiful but difficult case, the plastic frame around the connection port is expanding to the Camera connection kit to accommodate, and perhaps create an accessory snap on hard cover for the screen. This cover would have to be naturally compatible with the current snap-on stand. I would not want to be a take off to use the other. ‘ div style = “padding-top: 10px; clear: both; width: 100%;”>

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  • Cat&Rus says:
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     3.0 out of 5 stars design flaw … 3-star would have a 5 , 15th November 2011
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    We wanted an optimal protection possible for our Ipad2 especially since we have two small children. After much criticism from different Ipad2 cases, decided my wife and I go for the Griffin Survivor. Having served active duty in the Marines, I pushed for this product because unlike its competitors with almost similar protective design, only the Griffin Survivor has port covers! so come sand, rain, wind or sunshine, which would be our A and end-all Ipad2 case. Well, at least that was the plan. The silicone that ground the port cover together is too thin. A week after I started, broke the bottom port cover. thinking that I have received an anomaly, I contacted Amazon and immediately exchanged it for another … that ones bottom port cover BROKE faster than the first ONE (about 3 days). “You are only as strong as its weakest link,” maybe I was unlucky with this product compared to others, but that was my experience with the endangered Griffin Survivor and with protection, I can not recommend at this time I will buy this product again if this design flaw is addressed

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    review is from: Griffin GB02480 Survivor Extreme-Duty Military Case for the new iPad (3rd generation), and iPad 2, Black (Personal Computers)

    – Make sure you READ UPDATE AT THE END —
    I like this device, just not as bad as I’d really like the plastic screen shield on it seriously detracts from its usefulness BEFORE I. I waited to write this review to let a few days my finger grease coat the screen shield, hoping to make a smoother connection, but still no differance! caught my finger is produced by the friction caused by the shield and fingers. This is a thing otterbox always did well, it was screen guards. Besides texture, sits the screen guard at the top of the screen is too high, creating a “bubble” sensation. The texture and bubble serious effects play and seriously hampers the ipad experience ( finger) on smooth glass. Even after a week of use, both of these questions are still very annoying.
    Another problem with this product is its stand. simply, it sucks. it falls over very easily and it can not be use to the iPad in portrait mode. I leave off the state to reduce the overall weight.
    BTW the material used the same “toughness” otterbox the OtterBox Defender Series Hybrid Case for iPad 2 (APL2-IPAD2 -20-E4OTR).

    These prodcuts shortcomings wont prevent me recommending it, but I will show that the MSRP of $ 70 is WAY too high, $ 50, what I would consider its price ceiling ($ 42 for my Ipad)
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    UPDATE!! after 4-6 weeks with my suspicious are true, the dock connector of the rubber flap junk! her tears, her very thin and gets a lot of use (USB cable). Bummer .. I’ll still leave it rated as 3-star product, but worth it to get my money I think that should be an article like this at least a year, I think, to see sick how long the flap to withstand the forces against them …
    UPDATE…12/26/2011 deteriorated
    After about 6 months of use no longer than the first tears the rubber flap. problems .. because of my concern than the material design …. The plastic liner was just a nuisance in the first few days of having it I havent had any problems with it since I first break-in period … finally the prior stopped, it’s just …… THIS IS WAAAYYYYY sucks better than the OTTERBOX CASE!

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    Please note that this is a Class 2 card (Class 6, the current “Top of the line”) is. Class 2, two mega-transfers per second things instead of the six mega-Dinger per second for Class 6 cards.
    This transfer rate is good for most devices, but takes 3 times as long to copy files back and forth from your computer.
    Please also note that older card readers are not able to SDHC (HC stands for “High Capacity”) to treat. Some card readers are good for only 1 GB, some go up to 2 GB or 4 GB, but only the latest generations are capable of 8 GB. must
    Finally, if you are using Windows XP, you can either add Service Pack 3 or add a patch before the high capacity card can be recognized by your system.
    I recommend adding the patch to SP3. Some things have not worked quite right since I installed the latest service pack from Microsoft – … you may not want to take this opportunity

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    This memory card from Sandisk works exactly as expected. The quality of the pictures loses nothing and yet the amount of photos stored is immense
    Note: Be aware that not every digital camera’s ability, memory cards above a certain limit (read my Canon PowerShot SD630 only read, memory cards up to 2GB), so make sure that your camera is capable of. ” br / I> this memory card for my Canon PowerShot G7.’s recording function to Manual, recording pixels at M1 (2816×2112, enough quality for an 8×10 print), compression at Superfine, I can be a maximum of 1915 photos or 64’50 “video at 1024 High Resolution. At around $ 50, this is a good price, although I’m sure in 10 years we have 1tb memory cards for the same low price and this comment is to despise for being sooo from the ’00 ‘s.
    I would recommend this product to all who will be traveling for a full time and will not have the chance to dock to a computer and upload their images.

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    The Sandisk brand of flash memory cards seem to be the best all-around quality. This particular card is a good value, I paid about $ 12 for it. It came in large packages, so without a reusable case. The newer Sandisk cards are black, so I assume this blue card is a year or two old model, but that’s okay. I have a couple of errors with Transcend and Kingston memory cards, but all Sandisk cards I have work to do, even the oldest. This Class 4 card is adequate performance for capturing stills in any digital camera to give the SDHC card used, and it will capture standard definition (640 x 480) video. It might not be fast enough to record High Def video in some cameras, but in my Canon 60D, I was able to shoot Full HD videos at up to three minutes long with no problems. This is probably the map pushed his limits, as the instruction manual for the 60D clearly states that a Class 6 card recommended as the minimum for HD video. A class 10 SD card is probably the best choice for high-definition video cameras, but beware of the cheaper Class 10 cards, some of which referred to as Class 10, but did not actually provide enough read / write speed for HD video
    Regard to HD video recording capacity and costs. My Canon 60D needs 355 megabytes, more or less, per minute of HD video, an 8 GB SD card will hold only about 22 minutes worth of video clips, with 4 gb is the maximum size of a single clip. That’s three 8 gb cards for 1 hour of HD video; costs about $ 90 for Class 10 cards. In comparison, saves the Canon HV-40 HD camcorder for a full hour of HD video on a single mini-DV tape that costs about $ 2.00, and there is no inherent limit except the 1 hour length of the tape, may in the long a single video clip. In many ways, a camcorder like the HV-40 is much easier to use for recording HD video, as. A DSLR like the Canon 60D, has a cause, the HV-40 continuous auto-focus, which is not the 60D What this means is that video shot of moving subjects with the DSLR probably received a much higher percentage of out-of-focus segments than a video of the same scene with a camcorder. Bottom line is that just because most modern DSLR can record HD video, it does not mean that a DSLR is your best choice for video if you shoot a lot of video, a camcorder is probably a better choice, and one that the records of an internal hard drive or mini-DV tape is certainly far less cost for the recording media than high speed flash memory for a DSLR. I own an HV-20 camcorder, and it’s definitely easier to get nice video clips with him as with a DSLR, especially for moving subjects at close range.

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