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Pros: I cannot list any pros as I have not been able to experience any.
Cons: The first one I had ordered constantly rebooted itself. The helpful tech support for Motorola had suggested I wait a half an hour and see if it stabilized. Unfortunately it has not and was sent back for a new one. The new one arrives and produces the same problem which really saddens me.
Other Thoughts: Motorola really does make great products when they work; I just wonder where quality control was when they let those defects through...READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: Microsoft LifeCam HD-6000 for Notebooks for Business USB 2.0 WebCam
Pros: Great, powerful little webcam. I like how the driver software isn't as invasive as some other brands tend to be. The resolution is also good for something so small.
Cons: Going into the high-definition range can make the picture go a bit fuzzy, but that was to be expected when going through a USB port to begin with. The only real con I have with this is the mounting clip. Its only big enough to go onto anything the size of your thumb. Since I use a television for a computer monitor I thought I was out of luck. The only 2 things that may have saved it from being sent back were an old tripod and laptop that I have.
Other Thoughts: More than likely its just as good as its retail-packaged counterpart. I probably would buy it again IF I had laptops or regular monitors to use.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: This is very much the step-up I've wanted from an older Pentium E5400. This actually gives my video cards some much-needed breathing room for a change and runs all of my games with better performance. Still trucking after having the BIOS auto-overclock it to about 3.7GHz
Cons: Some would consider the lack of being able to overclock it further and the absence of hyperthreading. I really didn't see a need for both as I was mainly looking for a chip that handled well and wasn't costly.READ FULL REVIEW