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Pros: Decent Size
Cons: Sometimes if an art program I am using crashes (mostly Corel software) it suddenly stops working altogether, or suddenly the pressure settings stop working. This is likely an issue with the software.
Other Thoughts: My previous tablet was an old, used wacom that was tiny, had no 'give' and was scratched up. So of course I am naturally inclined to find this superior.
Also the extra mouse seemed redundant, but having an extra USB mouse around did come in handy when my mother bought her first laptop and hated the touch pad.
Overall I am a pleased customer.
Pros: Installed easily; initialized without any fuss; accessing additional drive isn't slower than default (C:) drive.
Cons: None, yet
Other Thoughts: I have run on just 80 GB for a while, I felt it was time for an upgrade. To make sure I had something compatible, I did a bit of research, and also chose to find a harddrive from the same brand and family as my current harddrive. This way I knew, for sure, my BIOS wouldn't reject it - and it didn't. I installed it easily, although I had to run out and get an additional SATA cord. I have had no problems with it yet. We'll see what a year or two brings.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: INTELLINET Network Solutions 524773 Wireless 150N USB Mini Adapter IEEE 802.11b (11 Mbps Wireless LAN) IEEE 802.11g (54 Mbps Wireless LAN) IEEE 802.11e (QoS Enhancement WMM) Upward compatible to IEEE 802.11n (150 Mbps Wireless LAN). USB 2.0
Pros: Small, easy to install, does what it says it does
Cons: Perhaps TOO small; I worry about losing it.
Other Thoughts: I bought this mostly so I could make my computer into a hotspot with a different security so that older Wi-Fi capable devices could make use of it. It does that. I have not tested its range, but have never disconnected while in the same room as it.READ FULL REVIEW