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Pros: I've had this laptop for 5 years now and it still rocks the casbar! Once I installed Windows 7 on it (which HP sent me for free!) this thing performed flawlessly.
Other Thoughts: High end HP laptops are always a good buy. They are pricey, but worth every penny. I'll probably get another 5 years out of this laptop.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: Samsung 40" 1080p LCD HDTV w/ Touch of Color Design - LN40B550
Pros: I bought this TV in September of 2009. Almost 5 years later and the TV is still flawless and have never given me a problem. Samsung, you have a life long customer with HDTVs.
Cons: None at all, zero, nada.
Other Thoughts: Everyone I know that owns a Samsung flat screen has had zero problems with them over the years. My friends who opted for the Wally World brands .. well .. they didn't fare so well. BUT THEY STILL SHELL OUT FOR THOSE CHEAP SETS! Some people will never learn I suppose.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: I like the 7" form factor of this tablet. It fits very nicely in my hand in portrait mode. The back is made of plastic but the feel overall is of high quality. The touchscreen response is just as quick as any iOS device that I own. The screen is plenty bright enough as well and the cameras supports more than enough pixels for general pictures and videos. Overall this is an incredible value for a decent Android tablet. I haven't purchased an ASUS product since the netbook eeepc craze back in 2010 but I'm glad to see that ASUS still does not skimp on quality.
Cons: The tablet didn't come with the micro USB cable and power adapter as indicated in the user manual but it did come with at least a charger. There is nothing in the description that indicates this is a refurbished device, as they sometimes come without accessories, so I have no idea why these components were not included? The clear wrapping on the outside of the box was somewhat suspicious however. It was very loose and sealed poorly. Was the box at some point opened and those items removed, and then resealed? -1 egg for the missing components and possible tampering.
Other Thoughts: My primary tablets over the years have been iOS devices and this is my first Android purchase. I figured for $99 I might as well give Android a proper try. My only other experience with Android is running Android-x86 in VirtualBox on my PC. Of course things like GPS and wireless mobility are useless in a virtual machine. Oh, speaking of GPS, this tablet locked onto my location with GPS right down to the foot. No problems there.READ FULL REVIEW