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This review is from: Seagate Expansion 2TB USB 3.0 External Hard Drive STAY2000302
Pros: It's an external hard drive, so stating pros is not a lengthy or troublesome endeavor ;-)
It runs cool.
It's a Seagate, which to us means RELIABLE
Other Thoughts: We use 2 of these connected to a USB hub, which is connected to our Blue Ray player. We have about 200 movies on each, which we transferred from DVD using our Mac and a freeware app. This saves a ton of room, and our entertainment center looks a whole lot better with 2 black external hard drives rather than 400+ DVD cases. We put little nic nacs where the DVDs used to be.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: No pros whatsoever
Cons: 1.) Remote has a trackpad which is so twitchy so as to be unusable
2.) Remote is very bulky, keyboard is not quite as good as your typical older cell phone keyboard. The buttons are so small and cramped so closely together that you often wind up punching two at once, which freezes the machine.
3.) WILL NOT STREAM MOVIES AT ALL WIRELESSLY. An old Panasonic wireless blue ray player in the exact same location can stream movies. This box of nothing cannot.
4.) SUPPORT IS HORRIBLE. If you chat with them, they don't try. If you call, they act and sound like they don't care. Supervisors are a little better, but have zero tech knowledge.
Other Thoughts: Bottom line, if you want to waste $100, take a selfie of you burning a 100 dollar bill. You'll get more enjoyment out of it.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: Antec Three Hundred Black Steel ATX Mid Tower Computer Case
Pros: - bottom mount PSU
- excellent construction
- excellent ventilation
- easy to clean out
- filter keeps out some dust
- enough room for everything a gamer needs without taking up half your desk
Cons: Would be nice if the same filter on the front fan openings was on the top and side openings. A dryer sheet and some tape work though.
Other Thoughts: I have had this case for 9 years. I just keep putting new parts inside of it. Unless some new thing comes along and the ATX form factor goes away, I'm going to keep using it.READ FULL REVIEW