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-Performance for the first two years
Cons: -Poor reliability
Other Thoughts: When you are buying a Seagate hard drive, you are basically playing a lottery with your data. You "might" be ok, but then again, you "might" not! You cannot rest easy knowing your hard earned money you invested into this technology will keep working for you. You must understand, that within a few years, your money you put into this hard drive will go POOF!
This hard drive failed after 3 years. Warranty is for two years, and Seagate knows this so they got me there. I lost 3 TERABYTES of data I was putting together for over 10 years! It wasn't a life/death situation, but the data was valuable, and I'd happily pay the price of this hard drive to get it back, but no one would do it for that cheap.
Understand, if you buy this hard drive, you cannot depend on it, and must always use TWO of them at least to have a backup. So you must pay double if you cannot afford to lose data. I used to think, this can never happen to me. I was convinced I don't need redundancy. You need to "feel" what it's like to lose your data to truly understand the pain of it.
This review is from: Corsair M65 Vengeance USB Wired Laser Gaming Mouse
Cons: After about two years of use, a film-like coating started peeling off the mouse. At first, there was bubbles, then whole chunks started peeling off, along with the corsair logo, revealing a cheap, non-textured plastic underneath. The mouse now looks like a piece of trash, and even though it works, I feel ashamed every time someone sees it.
Other Thoughts: Cosmetic condition longevity is questionable, to say the least.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: Dual LCD Monitor Desk Mount Stand Heavy Duty Fully Adjustable 2 Screens upto 27"
Pros: *Very Sturdy
*Relatively easy to install
Cons: I'm a type of guy that hates asking others for help when it comes to assembling things or DYI stuff. I will go to great lengths to avoid asking someone for help. But in this case, you really need someone to hold the stand while you screw in the monitor, or wise versa. There's just no avoiding it. There are reasons people have families.. or friends.. Living alone, or always doing things alone tends to backfire sooner or later, and it hits you right where it hurts the most.. Like trying to mount a monitor..
Other Thoughts: I got this for eighty bucks, and I feel like I got the best deal! I looked at other similar stands and they cost much more! I am amazed I got such a great stand for so cheap. And the best thing is that it looks and performs exactly as advertised. That's not a very common thing.
Also, this stand feels like you can trust it with your huge, heavy, expensive monitor. You know it's not going to fall.