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Pros: Deliver on time. Packed well. Worked on first boot.
Cons: Big scratch across lid. Crack on case molding that goes around express card. Missing express card cover. Does not come with all Dell drivers installed. Never could get fingerprint reader to work even though device driver states it is recognized.
Other Thoughts: Bought this for a second Laptop to load Linux on. It is alright but I do not think I would buy again. Price to condition is just not there. Can buy a new Laptop for $50 more.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Cheap if caught on sale for $20( I have seen it on sale for that price at least 3 times in the last year). Standard size for a mini tower. Good clean looking face panel.
Cons: It has 2.0 USB ports in front panel but I knew that when I bought it. Light design but what you would expect for this price range(have seen worst). Not worth the retail price of $49.99 but good buy if on sale for $20.
Other Thoughts: This case is getting a lot of bad reviews and I don't know why other than those buying it don't understand what a mini-tower is or expect champagne for a beer price. You get what you pay for and I got this for $20 and that is a great price for this case. I had no problems putting in:
Asus H87 mATX mb
i3 4330 CPU
Corsair 550 PW
1TB western digital HD
550 Ti NVidia video card.
Pros: Reliable board, up and running with no problems. Choose because it had 2 PCI express in Micro format at a good price range.
Cons: Don't like the PS2 ports and VGA port that are outdated and useless. But most all MB's still come with these so no points off.
Other Thoughts: If you understand the limits of the H81 chips you should have no complaints. Wanted to test out an i3 4330 CPU for a low end gaming machine. Was very pleased with the outcome. Built this system using a lot of parts I had laying around (case, power supply, DVD, video card, sound card)
i4330 CPU (new)
240GB M500 Crucial SSD (new)
1TB western digital Blue HD
NVidia 550 Ti
650w corsair power supply
Micro tower case by Asus
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