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Pros: As the title states, it's a great LOOKING tower.
Cons: I wanted to upgrade the RAM, and ordered 16GB of DDR3-1600 (just like the spec's said was already in it, it had only 4GB to start). I tried to replace the 4x1 with the 8x2, and the PC didn't boot. I pulled one stick and it booted fine, I added the 4 back in and it still booted. So I tried the 8x2 again... no go! So I tried each 8gb stick by itself and one "appeared" to be bad, so I returned that RAM and ordered new. Paid addtional shipping! New RAM showed up, BUT SAME RESULTS. : ( I am guessing the RAM was NOT bad the first time. I contacted Asus and they said they have NO RAM COMPATIBILITY list for this PC, ...WHAT!?! So now the whole thing has gone back, there goes another $27 in shipping LOST, plus a $45 re-stocking fee.
Other Thoughts: I will not be recommending Asus products to anyone who asks in the future after losing almost $100 on this MISadventure.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: The design seems solid and boy! Is it small!
Cons: So far i have only managed to get my Win 8 PC to see and format the drive... as for using Acronis to clone my existing SSD over to this...? No luck, between Acronis either NOT seeing the drive (at the same time in which I can see it in Win Explorer), or when I do see it and get Acronis to start the process it hangs every single time during the initial reboot process. I don't know if this is an issue with the drive or Acronis, but I have contacted both tech supports... we'll see which responds first and more importantly, who can get this issue resolved to my satisfaction.
Other Thoughts: I will try to remember to update this IF I get a solution.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: Rosewill RHIC-11001 Induction cooker with Stainless steel pot
Pros: It looks pretty, that's about it.
Cons: Cheap pan, hard to control heat settings on unit.
Other Thoughts: On first use, the pan warped and with induction cooking that means no contact = uneven heating. Not to mention, the temperature settings available jump like 50-70 degrees at a pop (no, you can't just choose any temp, nor does it go up in small increments, like 10 degrees. Don't waste your time unless you like hovering over the pan and constantly adjusting the temp to keep it cooking and not burning.READ FULL REVIEW