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Pros: I have purchased a five or 6 of these 512mb and the 256mb N210 cards. I use then in inexpensive new builds and have installed them to support dual monitors for office use. I can't opine on the cards ability to play games since the primary use has been basic office app. I can say that not one has failed and all perform well for my intended use.
Cons: No cons for business-office app use/dual monitor
Other Thoughts: Systems installed on include Dell OptiPlex with Intel Core Duo and AMD based units on low-end Asus and Gigabyte AM3+ boards with FX 6100/6300/6350 CPU.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: Kaspersky Anti-Virus 2014 - 3 PCs
Pros: Kaspersky is the most aggressive at catching trojans, rootkits, virus and spyware. My go-to AV for any user.
Cons: Tech support is non-existant. No phone support at all. Email support takes days to respond. If you have a problem, forget about it.
Other Thoughts: As long as your install goes normally and you computer is working well, this is the best AV product you can get.
I service many computers and have used Symantec/Norton, Trend, Eset, McAfee and others. Kaspersky beats all at catching the bad items. It's not perfect- just better.
Pros: Best price to performance deal I could find in a mainstream band name Laptop. New Egg delivered in 3 days with free shipping. Substantially less money than Lenovo's website price.
Cons: Not equipped with the classic thinkpad joystick pointer device I had on my T-series Lenovo. The touchpad is too sensitive for my tastes inadvertantly causing the cursor to move while I am typing.
I hate Win 8 and this is the "home edition" of Win 8 so it won't join a domain and does not have free downgrade rights.
Other Thoughts: I reloaded the unit with Win 7pro and a OCZ 250GB SSD. It's been great. The Nvidia graphics driver from NVidia web site loaded fine for me in Win 7 Pro 64bit. I use this unit for work as a Network admin and have found it to be an excellent all around use computer. As far as I am concerned, Win 8 is the new Vista. Win 7 is the way to go if you can't deal with Windows 8.READ FULL REVIEW