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Pros: 1600 @ CAS 9
Cons: 25% failure rate based on four modules
they're 9-9-9-28 instead of 9-9-9-24
Subjective: although they're 'low voltage', they run real hot to the touch. This will cause problems as there are no fans for the memory modules. I hope you live in an air conditioned environment when using this laptop: hello Antarctica!!
Other Thoughts: For whatever reason, RAM pricing has increased from the past few years. These modules should have been half the current price by now. I'm sure there's another price-fix going on... JK ;-)
My laptop started locking up and overheating in the memory module area (Lenovo W540). Lenovo built-in memory checker (short and long) did not find problem, but Memtest86 did.
Module died two months after purchase so no help from NewEgg. Had no choice, but to engage G.SKILL for RMA.
This review is from: Anti-Glare Matte Screen Protector Guard Compatible With Apple® iPad
Pros: Perfect fit: size is just right to fight just inside the screen border
Matte surface increases precision
Other Thoughts: Use a steamy bathroom, as the steam suspends the dust.
A real PITA to get dust specks out from middle of screen
Pros: Matte finish to decrease glare
Perfect fit: with cutouts for "facetime" camera and earpiece
Perfect fit: cut just short of screen edges so it does not bump into lip of outer case
Thinner than clear screen protectors
Great matte feel for extra precision
Cons: Covers the phone sensors (proximity & ambient light)
Other Thoughts: "Do it in the shower!!!" The steam in the bathroom seems to suspend dust long enough for you to lay down the screen protector dust-free.
I originally purchased the "crystal clear" protector elsewhere, but the glare from external light and streaks were unacceptable. There is still some glare, but reduced because of the matte finish.