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Pros: - 8GB of DDR4 for not much more
Cons: maybe the price not being even less, but that's really not an issue
Other Thoughts: Got this for my Lenovo y700 14isk I bought last month which came with 8GB of RAM, so this completed the package by making it dual channel.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: - fairly low profile for those picky laptops
- $$$ per Gigabyte
Cons: - not as fast as advertised, but still faster than your typical HDD anyways.
- Actual capacity is lower, but that's to be expected.
Other Thoughts: I've had this SSD for a little over half a year now and I couldn't be happier. My current setup consists of an older Intel SSD for boot and this for local storage. No hard drives needed as that's what the server is for. I may actually consider buying a second for my recently purchased laptop, it's that good. It should be noted though that I run this under Linux, I imagine it would do fine under Windows too.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: TRENDnet TK-407K 4-Port KVM Switch Kit (Version v1.3R)
Pros: 4 computers can connect to this, sharing a keyboard and a mice, instead of 4 of each. Works a great deal of the time (see cons). It has buttons to make it easy to switch, though the hot keys aren't too hard to remember either. Comes with useful cables.
Cons: It Works Most of the Time, though when it doesn't, it can be a pain. It typically doesn't work when you switch from a computer and back, it would take a few minutes for the other system to be up and about. USB 1.1 compliant, I honestly thought this was a USB 2.0 console, so only share keyboard and mice here, or get a cheap USB hub if you have a drawing tablet you use on all your systems.
Other Thoughts: I have had this KVM for almost a year, and even though I posted more cons then pros, don't let that discourage you, this is a good KVM switch. I wouldn't recommend connecting a gaming mouse to this however, you will have sensitivity issues. Other then that this is a good KVM, Recommended.READ FULL REVIEW