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Pros: Works with phone no problem, with case, that is another story.
Cons: The Lightning connector end is slightly wider than stock apple cables. This will keep it from working with Otterbox and Lifeproof cases as the opening they have are too narrow.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: Nippon Labs USB-LI-3BK 3 ft. MFi Certified White Apple 8-pin Lightning Connector to USB 3ft Cable for Apple iPhone5, iPad4, iPad Mini, iPod Touch 5th Gen, iPod Nano 7th Gen - Charge and Sync Cable 3 f
Pros: They work, charge and sync
Cons: nothing, simple cords that work.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Previously ordered 1, now ordered 3 more. Again, solid Dell builds, booted up and setup first time with no problems. All came at least at spec level but all 3 were E6600 2.4 GHz. All ports, sound, etc worked on each one I have purchased, no dead ports or connections. Case physical appearance I would give a 7 on 1 to 10 scale; minor scratches, scuffs and dings but no dents, missing paint, or broken bezels or plastic on the exterior. Look good for 4 to 6 year old units.
Cons: What OS to expect? The product description as of today says Win 7 Home Premium 32bit, but all three I received had Win 7 Pro 64bit. If you have to have a certain OS, be very careful.
Peripheral are a mystery, but these are refurb so you get what you get.
Other Thoughts: You might get bonus peripherals, made not.; but these are refurb so you get what you get and all of mine have been at least at spec or better. For example, out of the last 3, 2 had DVD-writer but 1 had DVD-ROM but the one with the DVD-ROM drive also had a CD-ROM. One had a floppy drive and add on card for PS/2 mouse, PS/2 keyboard port and serial port. Second one came with a very nice SIIG firewire card in it. Third one had a nice 4 in one card reader in the 2.5 inch bay.
When I ordered the 4 I did the product description said nothing about the OS version, now that it is on the description, many they are going to change it? Be careful if it matters to you.