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Pros: This case is perfect for embedded and other FAN LESS builds. If you're looking for the smallest case possible that supports 2 3.5" HDDs and a half size ROM, look no further. Bonus 250w PSU included, saving 30-50 extra dollars you would have had to spend if going with other similar cases. Ultra quiet PSU fan, the construction feels cheap but is surprisingly strong.
Some people complained about the power/activity lights being too dim, this is actually a plus for me since most of the time you get cases with insanely bright LEDs which makes it really annoying when the case is in a visible place like TV media center. It's nice not having to cover those lights with electrical tape.
Other Thoughts: Rating this less than 4-5 eggs because you expect a high end air cooled system to perform well in this case is just dumb. Look at the clearances - it's clear this case was designed for low TDP builds, which it does an outstanding job for.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: Rosewill 17.3" Notebook Computer Backpack Model RMBP-12001
Pros: Seems to be good quality, no stray threads or zipper issues.
Cons: Padding in the laptop sleeve is thin and would not protect very well, handle with care.
Other Thoughts: My 3 year old ogio bag has better protection than this bag but was also 2.5x more expensive than the sale price of $30 on this bag. You get what you pay for I guess.
But this has more options than other cheapies, this bag would be the one to go with if you're looking for a cheap laptop bag.
Pros: Great specs at an unbeatable price.
Cons: Screen died after 3 weeks of light use. My Newegg account said it was eligible for a refund so I sent an RMA for a refund to Newegg only for them to tell me it wasn't. Disappointed with the Indian giving news I put the RMA on hold since I was bent over a barrel anyways. 2 weeks later I responded to the RMA only to find that I now can't RMA it either..... I bought the extra net warranty with it waiting to see weather NewEgg replies, the net service warranty will cover it or the manufacturer, it's a big ol' fail at this point.
Other Thoughts: Believe the horror stories about ibuypower laptops, I did not and it cost me $1400....READ FULL REVIEW