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This review is from: Microsoft Office Home and Business 2013 Product Key Card - 1 PC
Pros: * New sleek look compared to older versions. Overall feel and look is great to work with, IMO.
* Most companies/organizations use Office. This provides compatibility with pretty much anything. Even if others don't use it, Office can usually still read and convert other formats, whereas other programs (WordPerfect) have a much more limited ability for this.
Cons: * As others have stated, it requires you to tie a Microsoft Account with activation.
Other Thoughts: * So many people that have a "high" tech knowledge or are "IT" have complained about having to use a separate Microsoft account for each install and no way to easily distribute to multiple machines. This may be true for this particular product, but Office Home and Business 2013 has other options through Microsoft. Those other organizations should consider purchasing volume licenses. That is what we do at my school district. We have one image up on the server, and can easily distribute to however many machines with a silent install (no pop-ups or anything). It does not require any signing in or anything.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: This card has run amazingly for me for well over a year now. It really has not made that much noise, it has never failed, and I run any game on ultra graphics settings without a single stutter. Games include, but not limited to;
Tomb Raider (newest one)
One last thing, I got a couple of free games with it :).
Cons: I have had absolutely nothing negative to say about this card.
Other Thoughts: It might be because I am running a 4th generation i7 with it? I have seen reviews with not such a good experience, which might be due to their lack of other hardware performance? They may also have not mentioned that they tried to OC it, which could cause it to fail so soon after purchase? Those who have failed (without any modifications) probably just got a bad card, which will happen with ANYTHING man-made. XFX offers a warranty for such cards.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: GIFT AMD BRONZE 1 GAME 2014 (Up to $50 Retail Value)
Pros: Free game. Need I say anything else?
Cons: Don't have the same options as Silver or Gold.
Other Thoughts: Even though you do not get the same options with the Bronze as the other two, you are still getting a free game without any extra cost to your graphics card (or whatever other hardware is involved).
I had to say something because of that other dude with the 1 star review. IDK what is up with him. You are not "forced" to receive any gift. It gets sent with the graphics card, and you can choose to use it or not. You also do not get charged for it, unless you purchase it specifically without a deal. Also, digital copies are a heck of a lot more portable than physical copies are. If you lose your physical disk or it gets damaged it is a goner (most games nowadays still have digital copies available through Steam or whatnot anyway). Digital, on the other hand, is usually linked to Steam or something that always has it there for you to download at any time to however many computers you want.