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Pros: Dependable line of HP computers.
Cons: Really beat up. Had to reconstruct the whole rear of this computer as it was smashed in. Lots of scratches and blemishes. There was no damage to the box and it was packed well.
Other Thoughts: This PC obviously wasn't refurbished. Appears to have had an imaged drive stuck in it, Windows COA applied and sent out the door.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Price, Speed Blah Blah Blah
Cons: Have bought a few of these and most have failed. The RMA process is one of those that begs you to just throw it away. That's what I am going to do with the latest duo setting on my desk. Was in a good customers PC so I'll eat it and go on.
Other Thoughts: For those that have been babied by the RMA process from other vendors, please take note of their process:
(1) Fill out info online and wait for further instructions (2) receive email form for you to complete (3) Email form back to them (4) Wait for RMA email (5) Ship back product at your cost (6) Allow 2-3 weeks (7) Receive email w/ tracking #. I can remember easier RMA processes in the early 90's. I am sure that somewhere they clearly stated their RMA process, it's just not what I have come to expect.Stay with Intel and Samsung
Pros: Dont know yet, ordered for a 3 drive NAS
Cons: Ordered 3, one completley dead. Bios doesn't even see it. Other 2 work fine. There is no way that this drive passed quality control and arrived as a paper weight.
Other Thoughts: Have used WD drives exclusiveley for the past 15 years. I used to swear by the Black Edition and thought I would try the Red Edition. As of this writing, I have 2 1T Black drives and this RED sitting on my desk waiting to go back. Over the last few years, I have learned to test my new WD drives as soon as they come in and send back the bad ones. Sending them all back-I'm done.READ FULL REVIEW