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Pros: 1) Price
4) Image quality
5) Includes a case and keyboard - case is high-quality and custom-fitted
6) Quality construction
7) Price! Price! Price! - Keep the money you save in your pocket!!
Cons: If I find one, I'll post another review. Don't hold your breath.
Other Thoughts: Ordered this and got a call within a couple of hours from their corporate offices (a guy named Clement) who told me that it comes with a choice of red, silver, or gold keyboard - which is not indicated in the NE write-up. I got red - looks great!
Upgraded my shipping from 3-5 day to 2 day - I can live with that!
Everything arrived on time - all in excellent, undamaged condition.
This is a new (so far as I know) company looking to get some buzz going about it - Clement has the right idea about how to do it.
I suggest you seriously consider this tablet - I'm overjoyed!!
This review is from: MSI A55M-E35 FM2+ / FM2 AMD A55 (Hudson D2) HDMI Micro ATX AMD Motherboard
Pros: Inexpensive, reliable, solidly built
Cons: No USB 3.0
Other Thoughts: USB 3.0 in today's tech world is an interesting beast; the speed is awesome, but few appliances need it in order to work.
Hook up your KB, mouse, printer, and USB 3.0 gives no advantage - which is why these appliances are still built using USB 2.
But if you need to move data fast - for example on your flash drive, external HDD, or SD and that genre memory cards, then USB 3.0 is absolutely required.
I own the third oldest computer store in the Pensacola Bay Area market. When I spec and build for my older customers who use their computer for web surfing and emails, this board offers a low cost choice that gives them everything they need.
They can put in either an FM 2 or 2+ APU, and the RAM capacity is more than adequate.
But if I'm specking for businesses and individuals that need to move data fast - and they are regular external HDD backup users, or picture/video freaks, then I have to get something with USB 3.0 - so this board is out.
So, make your choice based on what you will do with USB 3.0. I'd suggest that be the criterion for you to use in choosing whether this board is right for your use.
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