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S. Fischer

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Samsung STSHX-M101TCB 1TB M3 Portable externe Fest&hellip von Samsung
4.0 von 5 Sternen Gute Festplatte, 14. April 2014
zum Äußerlichen:
Die Festplatte ist klein und handlich, wirkt aber trotzdem stabil. Optisch finde ich sie ansprechend. Das Kabel ist arg kurz, aber in meinem Fall sitzt der Stecker stabil.

zur Funktion:
Die Festplatte wurde auf meinem PC mit Windows 7 sofort erkannt und war blitzschnell und einfach funktionstüchtig. Sie ist abwärtskompatibel zu USB2, die Datenübertragung ist schnell, sie läuft nicht heiß und ist leise. Bislang läuft sie einwandfrei und ohne jedes Problem.
Nicht so überzeugend war mein Versuch, eine automatische Datensicherung einzurichten. Zum einen wird man gezwungen, das mit einem Passwort anzulegen,… Mehr dazu
Dark Prince ('Dark' Carpathian Series) von C Feehan
First of all: I bought the original from 1999 several years ago and enjoyed it a lot. It's in many ways an old-fashioned paranormal / vampire romance with a sweet heroine and a tough and dominant hero, the leader of his people and very used to being in control. When his people and the woman he loves are in danger from vampire hunters, there are some action scenes, but they don't dominate the book. The romance is at the center, as well as two people from different cultures dealing with their differences to make a life together. I liked the characters and the story, but it is not politically correct and different from paranormal romance novels from recent years with action-heroines and… Mehr dazu
Beowulf: A Verse Translation (Norton Critical Edit&hellip von Daniel Donoghue
I would strongly recommend to stay away from Heany's Beowulf-translation. I understand some Old English, unfortunately not well enough to fluently read the original. But I understand enough to realise just how many liberties Seamus Heany took with the original. He actually managed to lose me with the first word, which is something of an achievement. He starts his translation with 'So.' The original has the word 'Listen!', which evokes how this story was originally learned by heart and told to an audience that was called upon to be quiet and pay attention to the speaker. (These very old text were originally spoken and only later written down.) Heany goes on like that, with a style that is… Mehr dazu

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