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Pros: Seems better made than genuine Apple. Thicker cord and larger plug to hold on to.
Cons: None so far
Other Thoughts: I was surprised that a $9 cord would be built so well. I'm ordering two more, because a friend bought mine off me as soon as she saw how good it was and that it was under $10.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: It worked for a while
Cons: Their products are total junk.
Other Thoughts: When your ECS product breaks--and it will--you're out of luck. They brag about their 99 hour service, but you'll never get it. You can't even get your product registered for RMA. ECS is one of the worst companies I have ever dealt with. You can rest assured I won't make the mistake of ever again buying a product from them.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Well made with lots of features. Plenty of room around the CPU socket for larger coolers. Digital on-board diagnostic. Can flash the CMOS/BIOS without powering on the motherboard...WOW! I think this might allow you to re-flash a messed-up CMOS/BIOS.
Cons: The USB 3.0 configuration is a bit odd. Two paired with two ESATA ports. The other two paired with the ethernet port. It's no big deal, but I would have expected all four ports together. (Look closely at the photo and where the four blue USB ports are located.)
Other Thoughts: Even detects power fluctuations... While I was powering on as a visual test, I then unplugged it. The next time booting was a message about power fluctuations during the prior boot process.
I wish I hadn't scrimped on my last board, and paid the extra to get a good ASUS board like this one. I'd have saved money and frustration in the long run.