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Pros: Got this for my Gigabyte Brix projector nuc PC. This worked perfectly and I got it for the great speed rating. Although I haven't benchmarked the computer yet, it runs Windows 7 Pro x64 SP1 really well, and fit my requirements of speed and price.
Cons: Not really a con, but it doesn't look bulletproof.
Other Thoughts: GIGABYTE GB-BXP, i3-4010, 16gb DDR3L 1600mhz Gskill RIpjaws memory, and this kick-jazz 240gb SSD.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: Crucial 8GB (2 x 4GB) DDR3 1066 (PC3 8500) Memory for Apple Model CT2K4G3S1067M
Pros: Worked just fine in a 2008 Core2Duo 2.0ghz mac mini (which maxed the computer out at 8gb, up from 2gb). Made a noticeable improvement with OS X Mountain Lion. Now just need to get it up to Yosemite.
Cons: None really. It cost more than PC memory which I have used on mini's before but it seemed to be a crapshoot. This stuff was worth the extra couple of bucks to get it right the first time.
Other Thoughts: I did this for a client of mine who inherited the mini and was looking to bring it up to speed in the RAM and OS department.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: GREAT deal for a really good laptop. Body is metal, keyboard and 10 key works great. 7200 RPM hard drive is much faster than the 5400 RPM drives most new laptops get. Dual-band wifi and bluetooth, bonus AMD Radeon 7xxx (I forgot the exact model, but better than Intel graphics) dedicated graphics with 1gb. i3 processor is strong, USB 3.0 was a nice bonus too!
Cons: The only damage to this laptop was on both rear corners and did not effect functionality. However one of the USB ports was busted. Only knocked one egg off for that and that only.
Other Thoughts: I wouldn't hesitate to buy this again. It was a replacement for a friend, made me want to get one.READ FULL REVIEW