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Cons: Cheap. Poor Warranty Service. Short lasting.
Other Thoughts: I owned this product for 1.5 yrs. I RARELY use my laptop computer, in fact, in the last 2 years, I have probably only used it for a total of 40 hours. I usually just go usemy desktop. However, now my laptop will not read this memory. I have two sticks and have tried switching them around and found 1 to be defective now. I went to try to do an RMA from PNY for a warranty exchange. Even though it says limited lifetime, they say it is out of my warranty period, and basically I am out of luck. I will never buy another PNY item with this kind of service. I had a feeling I should have stuck to Kingston or crucial, but I thought I would give PNY a try since they are typically cheaper. I guess the old addage really is true, get what you pay for.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: SAMSUNG Blu-ray Player BD-P3600
Pros: Netflix streaming. Wi-fi (although was hard to get it to see my computer). easy controls and nice feature set. Great Blue-Ray picture
Cons: wi-fi - it can stream files from your computer, but the video I can stream through my xbox and fill the full picture, I can only get a tiny little box of a picture with, even with changing the picture setup. The DVD upconvert does not seem to give as good of a picture as the Xbox upconvert does. The disk drive seems to make loud noices from time to time and the disk open button on the top of unit. It opens the drive but will not always close it, too sensitive.
Other Thoughts: Ultimately I am really happy with the purchase of this item though. I did a lot of research prior to buying and it had very good professional and pretty good user reviews on other sites. I think I have to agree with what I read prior to purchase and say I am very satisfied overall with the purchase.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: This product runs EXTREMELY QUIET, and has all the connectors needed. The Cords are long enough.
Cons: While this item is listed as Dell Compatible for the XPS 400/410/420, this is a mixed statement. The Unit does fit in the power supply spot and I appreciate them making a unit to fit, but I will build my future computers never buy a Dell again, upgrades are a headache. My wife has a XPS 400 and I have an XPS 420. We recently put this PSU as a replacement in the systems. If we put the PSU in what I assume is the "correct way" with the sticker visible on bottom and all 4 screws in, both of our systems have about a 1/4 to a 1/2 inch gap of open space between the opening on the case for the PSU and the Grill at the bottom of the PSU. If we put the sticker so it is NOT visible (on the top), this eliminates the gap, however, then you can only align 2 of the screws.
Other Thoughts: It would be a PERFECT fit if they would make the PSU Chasis about 1/6 inch shallower, and about 1/4-1/2 in taller/higher. Choosing between the Gap or 2 screws is why I took 1 Egg off.READ FULL REVIEW