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Pros: Still works after 7 years+ [ bought 09/10/2007 ] of near continuous use. Just retired it [ as of 01/04/2015 ] from active service for now. The only reason that I retired it is that I traded for another higher capacity PC P&C power supply.
Cons: Not a single complaint.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Fairly high wattage for the price
Built to last not built to fail after a year
Nice built in fan for cooling of the PSU
Enough connectors for most any computer system
Cons: Can be a tight fit for smaller cases [ not really a con just an excuse for a larger case :) ]
Other Thoughts: After just over a year in service, the stock PSU in my main computer died. At first, I thought that it took out my whole system but when I installed this into my rig, it woke it up like nobody's business.
This is the third PSU from PC Power and Cooling that I have owned. I have have one of their 600 watt PSU in my file server running near constantly for three or four years now without a PSU issue to speak of.
They maybe more expensive upfront but as the old adage says " you get what you pay for". In this power supply, you get that and more.
Pros: Decent protection all around
Keyboard just large enough for thick fingered people
Allows tablet to be setup for landscape viewing of videos or webpages
Cons: Magnetic clasp on case tends to mess up applications requiring directions [ compass, Google Sky, navigation in some instances ]
Case covers the charging port while closed
Can not easily set the tablet in the groove on the keyboard for hands free landscape viewing with charging cable connected
Other Thoughts: This keyboard and case is decent for the money. It offers fair protection for scratches and dings. But, I would not want to drop this anywhere hard.READ FULL REVIEW