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Is DELOCK a reliable brand?

Justhavocman

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I have a active converter of that brand, though not DP-VGA but USB-SATA. No complains so far after like 1.5 years or so of use (one of my backup-drives is connected to it so that I can clone my OS drive to it, about 1-3 times per month). It will be a fine thing I suppose, probably it is made by the same company as what more expensive brands rely on.
 
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