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Pros: Large and fast?
Cons: First one lasted a week before it was no longer detected by the BIOS in any PC at all. Second one lasted two months and then was detected as 0.0GB. Fail.
Other Thoughts: Total waste of my time!READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Price - Paid $349 here, though it's gone up now
Display - Looks great
Touchscreen - Responsive
Cons: Celeron CPU - Great for the net... that's it.
Other Thoughts: Was really upset when it arrived with what looked like a cat scratch down the center of the screen. Four good deep scratches in the touchscreen. Really noticeable on light backgrounds. Newegg didn't warrant this reason enough for a return so I had to keep it.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Cost is good for the features, button locations are convenient, menus are easy to use (though may have too many modes to choose from), flash is nice and bright, zoom is great and clear.
Cons: No external battery charger; have to plug the camera in to the wall. Macro mode is useless... even with perfect lighting it's nearly impossible to get fine closeups. My Sony T100 destroyed this camera in that category! Also have to connect the camera to the PC to transfer pictures. I've removed the SDHC card to put it into my PC and the camera says it's corrupted every time and I have to format it. None of my other cameras have this issue so I know it's not the PC!
Other Thoughts: Think I'll be selling this camera to try another. Macro shots are 90% of my online auction business!READ FULL REVIEW