Pharmhand.net Review:

PHARMHAND.NET - Dana Delibovi - Bioscience and Medical Copywriter - Pharmhand.net presents the on-line portfolio of the bioscience and medical writer, Dana Delibovi. Dana's extensive experience covers the breadth of science communications, from advertising to education to web development.

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  • P. Lee "PML4" - It McAfee.

    I intalled this on three PC that I use it works well and updates come in all the time. I have not had any trouble with it or with any PC that I use having any problems from spywear or thing like that. I use the quick clean after each internet session and it removes all the left overs that come with using the internet. I think it may slow down your PC if you are using a older PC that dose not have a daul core or better with at least 2 gb of ram. I oticed on on laptop that it slowed the start up by it is severail years old.

  • Emma Melone - Tablet

    Great tablet and great price. My 4 year old and 6 year old love to play with this toy. Very sturdy (although the stylus gets lost and torn easily). Lots of games available online. Super easy to purchase the games on the website. Camera quality is a little poor, but it holds tons of pictures and videos.

  • K Britton - Smart, funny, touching, clever.

    I loved everything about this book: form, characters, dialogue, structure, voice… Here's one of my (many) favorite lines, "There are only two good outdoes for a quest like this, the hope of the serendipitous savant--sail for Asia and stumble upon America--and the hope of scarecrows and tin men: that you find out you had the thing you sought all along."

    Walter packs more into this one novel than most writers come up with in a lifetime.

  • C. J. Smith - It saved my life...

    I see that a lot of these reviews do not take this product seriously. I have to say, this product saved my life. It is fine craftmanship that deserves recognition, and not to be ridiculed by you people. I am a systems engineer for Federal Express, in my postion I travel around the world to make sure Fedex is up to speed on their deliveries. I do this by overseeing and advising staff that their sorting processes are sufficient. Just recently I took a trip back from Moscow to my homebase in Memphis, TN. There I was given an unexpected call to go to Malaysia. I hitched a ride on one of the "jump seats" of a FedEx jumbo jet crossing the Pacific Ocean, and was the only passenger. During a fierce storm, the plane was blown off-course and ultimately crashed into the ocean. I the only crash survivor, washed up on to the shore of a small tropical island. I explored the island, and recovered a number of FedEx packages that came ashore from the jet crash. In those packages I only found a volleyball that I eventually named Wilson, and nothing else of any use except...the Hutzler 571 Banana Slicer! There was a significant cultivation of banana trees on the island, but I didnt have a knife to cut the bananas. I was going to object myself to peeling the banana and eating it with my hands, but what kind of animal would I be if I resulted to that? Because of the Hutzler 571 Banana Slicer, I was able to consume the neccessary potassium to survive on a deserted island. I owe this product my life!

  • J. Bradford - Contains the ST4000DM000 Drive inside

    For those of you considering this drive for the same reason I did, I'll tell you what's inside. It is a Seagate ST4000DM000, the latest generation 4TB HDD. It is a 64MB Cache, 5900RPM, SATA 6.0Gb/s drive. I installed it in my HTPC as the primary drive and it is functioning perfectly. Do not let the 5900RPM fool you, as the drive does not appear in any way to lag. It has performed solidly while using some fairly HDD intensive video editing programs. Make sure to load your OS install CD/DVD in UEFI mode or the installer will only see 2TB available.

    It should also be noted that the ST4000DM000 is the exact same drive as the STBD4000400. The difference in model numbers simply reflects the different channels the drive went through to make it into your hands.