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Pros: 4k screen, touch screen, not too hot on my lap, super fast throughput. OK for most games, perfect for still photo editing IE. Photoshop CS6+
I would buy again.
Cons: Learning curve, you need to learn how to manipulate the screen resolution and display size for some programs, it not straight forward as you might think but several youtube videos cover the subject. If you take the time to learn it then you are rewarded with a great view.
The Thunderbolt port/USB 3.1c/DisplayPort is not documented well. IMHO it is a type 3 Thunderbolt port because it also is a USB3.1c port. Some doc's claim it to be a type 2 Thunderbolt port which confused me??? Is it also a displayport without an attapter?
Make a lighter power supply. I thought I was adding about a 1b to my current setup but adding extra SSD, cables, USB DVD and that brick of a power supply I'm up over 3lbs.
Other Thoughts: I bought a SATA to USB 3.1c cable and plugged in a 1TB size SSD. The transfer rate was over 400Mbs on large files. It did a 200GB image backup in 10 minutes.
Make a lighter power supply
1lb lighter would make this a 6 star.
This review is from: Patriot Supersonic Magnum 64GB USB 3.0 Flash Drive Model PEF64GSMNUSB
Pros: I've been beating this for years. It works and works perfect. I use it to transfer 50 - 100 mb size graphic files in mass all the time. I normally just copy or write the files and remove the drive. The computer you use sets the speed. Some computers that claim USB are better than others. Laptops are the worse IMHO. My highend Laptop gives good speeds but still not on par with my desktop. If your MB supports USB3 acceleration with a SSD to USB flash drive speeds with large files exceed manufactures speed rating. Small files are not bad but much slower.
Love it, I own 1-64gb & 2-128gb models.
Other Thoughts: Consider them pro use equipment. Worth every penny in time savings if you are on the clock.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: LD © Compatible 200ml Matte Black Ink for Epson T653800
Pros: Why would I pay as much for a knockoff as I do for a real Epson Product. I'm paying $86ish for real Epson Inks for the 4900 printer. You say your 75% cheaper ???? really...
Price needs to be under $40.00, $25.00 would be better.
Cons: Price way out of line with the marketREAD FULL REVIEW