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This review is from: Case Logic LNEO-10 Carrying Case (Sleeve) for 10.2' Netbook - Blue
Pros: Blue. Case logic branded. Gets the job done. 1/2 the price with the current promo for $6.
Other Thoughts: I'm going to use this sleeve inside another case logic case (KLC-13)... as extra padding. Can't imagine it'll take much abuse. Should hold up well. I've had the case logic KLC -13 for years and it's my favorite for traveling, It's lasted me from my first asus eeepc through acer iconia tab w500 to google nexus 10 and 7. Nicer than some of case logic's newer stuff, and it accomodates a 10" tablet and a 10" notebook plus cables and a bluetooth keyboard and mouse. I picked up a couple of these sleeves to keep everything safe while in storage and travel.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: looks nice, system and cpu fans spin, nice red number '55' to look at.
Cons: DOA, post code 55. Fans spin, ordering a DIFFERENT motherboard.
Other Thoughts: Remember when things used to work the first time you flipped the switch? Me neither. Try, try again.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: batteries work well, system is backwards compatible with nimh, built quality, output pretty good. 1/2" drive. Light weight with the 1.5ah batteries.
Cons: 1.5ah battery work time.
Other Thoughts: I have the 1/2" hammerdrill version which is basically the same. My old boss used the 3/8" version nimh for years as an electrician as his only portable. Many brands do not stay cross compatible with battery types. Hitachi does and they are awesome for it. They make 3ah batteries, i would suggest them for contractors. My drill hammered itself apart eventually but it just has that much power and i really abused it for about 2 years straight drilling through studs with paddle bits and used a huge 18" long bosch hammer drill bit to drill through concrete walls. I would put tool brands in this order as I know them: panasonic>bosch>hitachi>makita. I've owned many power tools. Many battery types and this one holds up. Extra batteries are a must if you use them hard. For light work it will last all day and li-ion holds a charge for a long time without self discharge. Heat is an issue. Ideally you don't want li-ions sitting in a hot vehicle because it will permanently damage them.READ FULL REVIEW