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Pros: bought it in 1/10/2014, that makes it 2 3/4 year old. It is running like the day I first plugged it in and it is still quiet.
Other Thoughts: If the new ones are better than this one, as some have implied, I would buy this brand/model again.
It isn't easy finding a good low power and small PSU. It would be nice if it were available as a modular and still low power.
Most people buy a PSU that will supply way more watts then needed and end up running the unit outside the optimal power curve, thereby costing them money in the long run.
Pros: Sale price.
SSD tested OK on all tests using Intel SSD Toolbox on windows 8.1 with an i5-4670 and 8gigs 1600 memory
Cons: Intel rates this 535 SSD-480 for 540 read: 490 write, best I get is 500 read: 231 write on an empty SSD
my Crucial M550 -512 gives me 509MB/s read 470 write on a half full SSD.
All above tested with AS SSD Benchmark 1.9.59
Other Thoughts: Stay away, no run away from this not so quality product, at any price.
Shame on you Intel!
Pros: It serves a very limited purpose for when a wireless keyboard doesn't work.
Cons: Within a couple of months some of the keys required several very heavy hits to produce the required characters.
Generally this is a key pounders keyboard and not a very good one at that.
Other Thoughts: This is nothing like the mechanical switch keyboards from long ago. Save your money for something better.READ FULL REVIEW