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Pros: +It is fast, really fast, especially read speeds
+Rated speeds are consistent with what I got in benchmarking apps
+Takes virtually 0 space inside your case and connects and gets its power via the M.2 port (fewer sata/power cables inside the case)
+Plenty of space for an OS drive plus a few games
Cons: -The Intel Data Migration Software didn't recognize the drive at the beginning (used the "workaround" provided with the software to get it to recognize the SSD)
-After multiple failed attempts to clone my current SATA SSD to this drive using the Migration Software, I found out the operation is currently unsupported by the software.
-Write speeds aren't much different than your run of the mill SATA SSD but I knew that before purchase so not really a con
Other Thoughts: -Since the Migration Software was useless in my case, I managed to clone my SATA SSD using a program called AOMEI Backupper which has a free version with the drive cloning feature locked out (You can unlock it by tweeting an "Ad" for the software). Cloning went smoothly and saved me a lot of headache from using the Intel Migration Software .READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: Razer Sabertooth Elite Gaming Controller for Xbox 360
Pros: +Awesome layout and remapping abilities
Cons: -Horrible quality
-Can only store 2 profiles
-Too expensive overpriced piece of junk
Other Thoughts: This is my third Razer product and it's going to be the last. I had a standard Razer Onza which only after a few months of use, started to act weird by registering random inputs, then the right trigger stopped working every then and now, until I eventually rage threw the piece of junk on the wall for it to break into little pieces. Then, after a while I bought the Onza Battlefield 3 tournament edition and it eventually faces the same fate because of how terrible it was.
A little while later, the Razer Sabertooth was released and it was received and reviewed better than the Onza so I decided to give Razer a THIRD chance (third time is the charm, right? NOPE!). Now, after less than a year of use, the left bumper decided to break and get stuck whenever it feels like it.
Razer has a lot of great ideas but some of the worst quality control standards I've ever experienced with tech products!
I have an original Microsoft Xbox 360 controller from 2006 and it still works as it did 8 years ago!
-Great colors and view angles
-Thin bezels/great for multi monitor setups
-Comes with every cable you'd need VGA/DVI/HDMI
-No dead pixels
-I just ordered another one of these because of how great they are.
-The screen isn't too reflective unless you have a light pointing directly at it.
Cons: -Wobbles easily if you're the kind of person that hits your computer desk often or type/game violently.
-Out of the box calibration is messed up in Windows 8.1 (There's a strong yellow tint). You have to calibrate it manually by using the Windows calibration tool. Even just clicking next until you finish the calibration seems to fix the issue with the color profile.
-If you have sensitive eyes you might notice the 5ms response time.
Other Thoughts: The power adapter is external.READ FULL REVIEW