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Pros: It's large and cheap
Cons: The backlighting seems overly bright, leading the colors to be a bit cartoony and lacking saturation. I've tweaked it to the point where I can live with it, but overall I wish I'd either spent more money or gone for a smaller size with a higher quality screen.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: I've rolled out a half dozen S3s at work and they are extremely impressive. They're reasonably priced, have a good solid processor, plenty of memory, and with an SSD boot almost instantly.
The touchpad is extremely responsive and one of the best I've ever used. It's one of the very few that can hold its own with a MacBook Air and I can't adequately state how much a great touchpad changes your relationship to a laptop and its usability.
Cons: No ethernet port or adaptor.
This review is from: MSI CK Series Black USB or PS/2 Wired Standard Keyboard
Pros: It's a simple mechanical keyboard for a reasonable price. What else do you want? Keys have a good feel, are relatively quiet for a mechanical, and it's a pleasure to type on.
Has media volume keys, though they are FN shifts.
Cons: The blue graphic on the top makes it look cheap and tacky. Unfortunately, it appears to be paint and not just a label that can just be scraped off. Even if you're the type that prefers keyboards with bling, it just looks terrible.
Other Thoughts: This is a rebadged iOne Scorpius M10 with red switches instead of blue.READ FULL REVIEW