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Pros: Good price, initial purchase
Looks as good as when first installed 2-1/2 years ago. Vivid colors, good resolution and renders very nice screen captures.
Definitely like the small bezel and 23" matte screen (easy on the eyes)
Cons: As others have stated, speakers are mediocre, but use an Asus DSX 7.1 Xonar sound card anyway. Have always used add-on sound cards, never built-in or on-board. Didn't buy this monitor for the sound anyway.
Other Thoughts: System:
Win 8.1 64-bit (also had it on Win 7 64-bit)
Mobo: Asus M5A99FX Pro R2.0 (Switching to Gigabyte GA-990FX-Gaming mobo)
CPU: AMD FX-6300 running at 4.0MHz
Card: PCI-E Diamond Radeon HD7750 model 01-7750PE51G with 1GB DDR5 (3 years, 3 months old)
Storage: SSD Samsung 850 EVO 240GBs (switching to EVO 850 M.2 card)
DRAM: Crucial Ballistix PC1866 DDR3 16GBs
Connector: HDMI using v1.4a cable
Other thoughts: Sorry to learn others have had such negative experiences, gladly, I can’t say the same with my monitor which I like very much.
This review is from: SanDisk 64GB Extreme CZ80 USB 3.0 Flash Drive, Speed Up to 245MB/s
Pros: Definitely strong reviews, maintained a strong competitive edge and has many fans.
Specs looked good considering the time of its initial release, and read/write benchmarks have been consistent, but a few newer models are beginning to outperform for the same price.
Cons: --Initial release approximately mid-2012.
--Prices should have fallen more before now and I would not consider anything above $30 for the 64GB model competitively priced, especially when models nearly twice as fast are a few dollars less expensive.
--Aging reports indicate this nearly 4 year old model is nearing its retirement stage (aka Lifetime or EOL “End Of Life”).
--Hence, lifetime warranty might end soon if you purchase products now. Read vendor’s small print defining Lifetime Warranty.
--What then are your warranty options and outcome if you receive a defective product and use the RMA process?
Other Thoughts: --Do lots of research before buying so you know whether you’re getting an older model or a second generation. There are differences in specs for models ending in -A46 -A75 -G46 -GAM46.
--Has production ended, and are recent/current purchases old merchandise where vendors are clearing inventory? Beginning to see “discontinued” disclosures on a few sites. Might have just convinced myself to settle on the competitive P20 drive which is 1.5 years old, twice as fast and less expensive.
Pros: Capacity, transfer/write speeds, price if similar to competitors.
I've used a couple lower capacity UHS-1/U3 cards in an action cam and dashcam, and they are fast.
My other PNY cards have all been reliable--both SDXC and microSDHC.
Cons: The everyday price as of now is already $49.99, the Egg is $10 above that, so even if it drops $10, that should not be considered a Shell Shocker. Shop around where you buy this item and don't be fooled.
Other Thoughts: Put this to go use in any hardware that shoots video. This is too expensive for use in a cell phone or slow tablet.READ FULL REVIEW