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Pros: Does what it says, in a big way.
Cons: You need a lot of space for a 27.5" Monitor in your workspace.
Other Thoughts: Not quite as cool as the last Hanns-G (28") I owned. It succumbed to humidity death. Windows 7 and Eco to boot, glad I can still compute in grand style.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Great for older tech machines, Good GREEN energy savings. Built a desktop net computer for a relative that isn't too tech savy. This was the perfect icing for the cake.
Cons: If you have new tech and don't have VGA port on your machine look elsewhere.
Other Thoughts: I built a spare parts machine with parts of older computers I had. Ended up with a AGP video card with VGA ports. I was having trouble finding a monitor (not CRT) with VGA access. This one rocks! Sleek look, great resolution for the size, built-in speakers, and if I were to build more non-Blu-Ray machines this would be the monitor of choice! Great price point as well!READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: AMD Phenom II X4 820 Deneb Quad-Core 2.8GHz Socket AM3 95W Processor HDX820WFK4FGI
Pros: Far better than my old dual core processor it was an Athlon 64 X2 6400+ Windsor 3.2 Ghz (ADX6400IAA6CZ). Post is faster than I have ever seen it. If I blink I miss it!
Cons: None so far.
Other Thoughts: Haven't given it the break test yet. But it did improve my Windows index by 0.4! That is pretty good given the price point.READ FULL REVIEW