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Pros: Great original product by HP. Excellent color reproduction, and convenient adjustment options.
Cons: Both items I laid hands on look and feel "used" rather than refurbished.
Other Thoughts: The first one I received had 4 non-functioning buttons, things rattling around inside, and all of the adjustment elements needed tightening to be of any use.
I sent it back, and got one with more rattling bits inside, and a small display distortion along the bottom left edge. It's not a huge problem, but disappointing all the same.
This review is from: 32GB SD HC Class 10 SCT Secure Digital Ultimate Extreme Speed SDHC Flash Memory Card 32G 32 GIGS GB FOR Digital Camera SLR Tablet Computer GPS SoCal Trade Dual Slot MicroSD & SD HC Card Reader
Pros: It works.
It's cheap and comes with a USB adapter, which also works. The adapter also fits microSD cards, so it doubles as a smartphone data transfer tool. Nifty.
Cons: It doesn't not work (always a plus).
Other Thoughts: I'm using this in a mid-quality point & shoot camera. No need for zippy transfers, so I have no idea if it lives up to its speed rating.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: LOGISYS Computer CS6801BK Aluminum Mini-ITX Tower Computer Case 350W Power Supply
Good feel to the power button
Face plate comes off easily
Convenient cable management
Cons: Flimsy and badly designed in every other way possible.
Power supply mounts are thin, bendy tabs.
Fits a mATX PSU, but once it's installed, the filter above it can't be easily reinserted. It's nearly impossible to get it back off again with the PSU installed. Have super glue handy, because it will break.
I/O shield opening is flexy and useless. Any amount of pressure from the back pops the shield in, even with a MoBo installed.
Supports mATX motherboards, but won't also fit a regular-size fan in the bottom slot. Y'know, the intake point.
-The card reader cable is attached to the front panel using screws with wide, flat heads. On my case, they were actually making contact with the electronic components of the circuit board. While troubleshooting it I started unscrewing the card reader itself, and it began SMOKING until I removed the power cable.
So much nope.
Other Thoughts: I replaced the screws on the card reader, but now my motherboard randomly loses its SATA ports while it's installed in the case. I have to make it work, as there's not time to deal with an RMA process, but Cheese & Rice, what a nightmare.READ FULL REVIEW