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This review is from: Metropolitan ED500 DataVac 120 Volt Electric Duster, White
Pros: I got this duster for working on computers and not only has it saved me money on buying a ton of compressed air cans, it works really well.
- Powerful. In fact, sometimes if you point it too close to a fan, you might break the fan so be careful!
- Easy to clean filter
Cons: Nothing really unless there's a way we can make it wireless. That, and careful not to point it too close to sensitive products, as it is powerful and can break flimsy hardware.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: It fits in the laptop.
Cons: Replaced an S3-391 bad drive. Eventually, the computer would only boot sometimes. The drive showed up on my SATA dock after a couple drives and I ran a scan and it checked out.
I proceeded to replace other parts, only to find out the drive was causing the problem. Popped in another drive temporarily and it booted up and works fine. Doing an exchange but wasted a lot of time on this =/
Other Thoughts: Wish the laptop didn't only fit thin drives lolREAD FULL REVIEW
This review is from: Acer Aspire S3-391-6899 13.3" Ultrabook
Pros: Very light weight. Great for school if you have to carry a bunch of things with you all the time.
Cons: Everything else.
- Sent it in shortly before warranty was up because wireless was working off and on. They repaired that.
- Shortly after the warranty was over, we had to replace the hard drive.
- You're paying a definite premium for weight. The laptop isn't that fast.
Other Thoughts: I got this for my sister who has some back problems and needed something very light. Otherwise, I'd put that money towards something a lot more powerful. Just too much trouble, even though I am in computer repair, to have to fix the thing each time something went wrong.READ FULL REVIEW
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