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Pros: 1080p AH-IPS for $140.
"Frameless" design is really attractive.
Cons: The stand, but at this price it's expected.
The built in speakers, but I'm pretty spoiled with a great set of headphones. They're fine general usage, just don't try to enjoy music with them.
Really sparse on ports. I would have liked to see one of the HDMIs turned into a DisplayPort.
Other Thoughts: It was $160 when I bought it. The other monitor I was looking at was $200 and had a built in webcam/microphone combo. This monitor has a better panel, and I was able to buy an external webcam/mic combo unit for less.
Highly recommend for anyone who needs a single 1080p screen. I try to stay away from TN monitors, and this is the best budget IPS I've come across.
Pros: Just about everything.
Cons: The fan is the loudest part of my computer. Given I can sit a foot away from the tower and not hear it with headphones on (no music, just a little extra sound dampening), it's just a shame that Version 2.0 didn't do anything to improve the fan acoustics. Not worth docking an egg.
Other Thoughts: Had to replace the included cables with the PP05-E set. Would have preferred it if flat cables like those were included instead of the round sleeved version.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: This is my first SSD after being on a 7200 RPM hard drive. It's the best upgrade you can give an aging system.
Other Thoughts: I chose this drive because of an ongoing experiment on The Tech Report
That pretty much tells me this is the best drive around for longevity and consistency.