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Pros: Corsair - these guys know how to make good, reliable hardware.
Modular - trust me, this is important.
Cons: Not free?
Other Thoughts: Perfect for reliable budget/low power general purpose builds. In fact considering that there are now high performance low power graffics cards (nVidia GTX750ti - 60W) and CPUs, you could build a decent budget gaming system with this.
Bought this one after previous power supply in PC that I built for my dad some time ago died. No problems so far.
Used bunch of other corsair products (RAM, liquid CPU cooler, PSUs, ...) - had no problems with any of them yet except that single power supply that died.
This review is from: Microsoft Office 2010 Home & Student 3-User
Pros: Office 2010 - best there ever was so far.
Use it at work, now also have it at home.
3pack - best deal you'll find (well unless you run across some nice sale).
Cons: No Outlook.
Other Thoughts: Better then free ones like OpenOffice. And those are better then 2013.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: Thermaltake Notebook Cooler Massive 14
Pros: dual 140mm fans nicely arranged (airflow effectively delivered to sides of the laptop, not only center).
Larger fans generally means less noise and at max speed this thing is fairly quiet - about same as sound of laptop in question.
Cons: Is not a miracle solution, just a laptop cooler more efficient then most others.
Other Thoughts: Bought this for my mom since her HP laptop keeps overheating (typical of HP trash) and the cheap laptop cooler she had (with single 60mm? fan) was loud and inefficient.
This one didn't solve the heat issue completely, but temperature seemed to have dropped decently (like 10C or so?). Also much quieter. I saw in other reviews that these can get loud after a while, but so far that didn't happen.