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Pros: Looks nice, modular.
Cons: Not really a con, but they no longer include the nice mesh bag to store extra cables in. It was a nice touch. :(
Other Thoughts: Haven't installed it yet, but this is my third OCZ PSU, so I don't expect any problems.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: BitFenix Prodigy Midnight Black Steel / Plastic Mini-ITX Tower Computer Case
Pros: Plenty of room, quality is excellent.
Cons: None that I can think of at this time.
Other Thoughts: I didn't want to list this as a con, but this thing is a lot bigger than I expected. My fault for not reading the dimensions. It's slightly larger than my current m-ATX rig. I was expecting a mini-ITX to be smaller than this :)READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: Apple MD104LL/A 2.6 GHz 15.4" MacBook Pro (New 2012 Model)
Pros: Build quality, specs, ability to dual boot OSX and Windows, via Boot Camp.
Other Thoughts: To the one star review below, what ignorance you display. No upgradeability? This laptop supports at least 16 Gb's RAM, and the HDD is a piece of cake to swap out. I put an SSD in mine. As for the rest of the hardware, I've never seen a laptop that had exchangeable CPU's and GPU's. As for the display, get the high-res antiglare screen. It's higher res than a lot of 15" machines and is very nice indeed. Sure it gets warm if you're gaming, but what discrete graphics wouldn't put out heat? So far it has been acceptable. As for the price? Let people spend their money where they want. For that price you get a powerhouse laptop with a build quality second to none, and as I mentioned before, the ability to natively boot Windows. It's almost like getting two laptops in one...READ FULL REVIEW