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Cons: Missing RAM, OS not returned to stock
Other Thoughts: Bought the open box version of this since the price was right. First off, the packaging was not great, the foam that is supposed to hold it in place was flimsy, and was not really protecting it well. Second, was missing 2gb of RAM that was supposed to be in there. Third, the OS was still set up with the previous users info, not sure what, if any software was messed with or not, but did a factory reset and now all set. Well, would have been all set if the power supply had not died in less than a week. Windows 8 does suck also, but I can work with that.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Good size, well constructed camera. Takes nice pictures and videos. Dark shots are about on par with other subcompact cameras. Longer zoom than most subcompacts as well.
Cons: This is mainly a camera I keep in the car and use when I dont feel like lugging my DSLR around. It is a lot slower than a DSLR, but I guess I cannot really call that a con, just the way it is. I guess my con would be that the case gets smudged with fingerprints a little more often than most cameras.
Other Thoughts: Decent for a compact point and shoot. Takes good pictures. I would not expect to see super amazing pictures from a very small for factor camera. That is what my DSLR is for. I replaced an SD780IS with this, and I am definitely happy with the upgrade.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: It looks nice.
Cons: Well I am 30 seconds out of the box, and one of the antennas rokes as I was attaching it to the router. Cheap garbage. Mind you I was not forceful, was not cross threading, nothing. Simply an gently screwing the antenna on and it comes apart. I called Asus figuring maybe they would just send me an antenna and I would run it with 2 in the meantime. Nope. Can't believe they would not have a pile of antennas somewhere to send one out. Have to return the thing and get a new one. Newegg was great, Asus, pffft.READ FULL REVIEW