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Pros: Size. Nice while it worked.
Cons: After a couple months of use, I received a "You need to format this drive to use it" error. All the data on the card is gone. I can't trust this card so it's $100 wasted.
Other Thoughts: Buy at your own risk. I will not buy this brand again.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Runs Crysis I (one) at full 1920x1200 (max settings) with no problem. I don't hear this card at all. Also note that I have a second monitor (1600x1200) running while I play Crysis. I bought this to replace my ASUS Radeon HD 6970 2GB DirectCU II which ran hot and loud with dual monitors or Crysis (and cost $300)
Cons: None so far
Other Thoughts: Definitely worth the moneyREAD FULL REVIEW
Pros: Small / Cheap / Quadband / Android
Cons: Touch screen and menu are painful to use. I can't press the edge keys on the virtual keyboard because the keyboard is so small (and I have small fingers). As for the 3 menu buttons, I have to press hard to get it to respond and often end up pressing the button twice by accident. The touchscreen has unpredictable response, so I end up launching apps when I intended to scroll. Very frustrating.
Other Thoughts: As a cheap phone, it may be useful as a backup device, but NOT as your primary phone.READ FULL REVIEW