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Pros: Don't confuse this thing with a USB Flash Drive. It is a real SSD with wear levelling and the performance of a true SSD. I boot and run Ubuntu 15 on a variety of different machines. It is excellent to be able to carry your entire working environment in your pocket. It seems to be about as fast as an internal SATA 3 SSD.
Cons: It could be even smaller. It blocks adjacent USB ports on some machines. It is a little expensive per Gigabyte for an SSD.
Other Thoughts: This drive works as advertised. Good portable boot drive. Congratulations Corsair on a fine product.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: I am writing this because in a previous review I mentioned a problem with the USB ports when booting to Windows 7 after running Ubuntu Linux. I recently did a clean install of Windows 7 and everything works perfectly. Probably, my Windows boot loader was corrupted.
Cons: None now.
Other Thoughts: Corsaire H75 water cooler
Intel i7 4790K
Sugo SG05 chassis
dual SSD's for Linux and Windows.
Pros: My Dell UltraSharp U2312HM has been with me for several years now and has never given me a problem. I have shipped it across the Atlantic and across the country by USPS without failure.
The 23 inch size is just about right for 1920x1080 resolution. If you want something bigger you should consider a 1920x1200 monitor.
I love the adjustability of the stand. When I get a bigger monitor I will just turn this one vertically to function as a document display.
The flat display is very good at mitigating glare.
Cons: I'm need more pixels so I will probably buy another Dell UltraSharp and run dual monitors.
Other Thoughts: I should mention that I use the DVI input and it has never given me a problem.
Dell, keep up the good work.