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Pros: Bought two to replace 24" monitors because I wanted touchscreen.
What a great price! All the other options started at $200.
Love the touchscreen.
Low power consumption (36 watts, which is awesome)
Ontrac shipping is fast. Impressed again.
Cons: Apparently a risky investment given some of the other reviews.
Bezel is huge (1 1/2"). It makes the monitor as large as my prior 24" monitors.
Speaker bar cannot come off. The extra height actually helps when it is sitting on a table.
I thought I'd be unhappy downgrading from 24" to 23" but I haven't really noticed.
Other Thoughts: Must admit I was hesitant after reading the other reviews. Due to the review about a fried motherboard, I actually plugged them into a throwaway computer before plugging them into my laptop.
Setup was simple enough if you know what to do. I have two, and touch events were registering on the other monitor. This is Windows 8.1, so I had to run Start -> Tablet PC Settings -> Configure.
I was expecting either discoloration, DOA or dead pixels. My two units are flawless leaving me very thankful.
Pros: What a great price for a server. Our office simply needed file sharing, printer sharing, and centralized backups. This little server was easy to set up, it's quiet, and reliable so far. We installed Windows 8.1 on it.
Cons: The specs are really low, but it actually does everything we need it to without any slowdown.
Other Thoughts: Had to update the BIOS in order for Windows 8.1 to see the network card. Installed Windows, updated the BIOS, reinstalled Windows. Not too difficult, but not as simple as I'd hoped.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: Kingston DataTraveler SE9 16GB USB 2.0 Flash Drive Model DTSE9H/16GBZ
Pros: It's about the size of a thick key, sits on my key ring very nicely. I bought it to replace another metal thumb drive because a seam was splitting. This drive looks like it has no seams.
Cons: None so far, as long as it keeps working!READ FULL REVIEW
Display Name: Zachary L.
Date Joined: 04/15/10
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