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Pros: Quiet, good graphic quality on a 720p 32" TV. Win 8 isn't as bad as I though a year ago; just a little different.
Cons: None yet.
Other Thoughts: This is our first Asus machine; we have exclusively purchased either HP or IBM/Lenovo over the past 20 or so years.
This runs a 32" 720p TV as a HTPC and serves as a college desktop for our son. Video output via Netflix HD, DVD movies and HD video files on YouTube using the motherboard HDMI all look good. Looks the same as the output from my main HTPC/server on a 43" plasma 720p TV using a GDDR3 Sapphire 6570. All I did for setup was get all the wires right, start it up, put in my wireless network code and everything works correctly. The only searching I had to do was for the printer driver for our network's multi-function HP printer; that too was painless.
As for gaming, according to my son, it runs WoW just fine. I do not know the settings he uses but graphics look good and there is no lagging/stuttering.
Time will tell how well it holds up, but if my main server pc went down, I would have no hesitation purchasing another one of these machines.
This review is from: Team C125 16GB USB 2.0 Flash Drive Model TC12516GS01
Pros: It is on my key ring, and being metal, I'm not worried about it getting damaged.
Cons: Kinda slow; case really gets warm if transferring a lot of files.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: It's analog in a digital world. Acceptable for its purpose as the work screen for my HTPC system.
Cons: Even at high resolution, so-so qualtiy; I'll chalk that up to the D-Sub connection.
Other Thoughts: It works for the price and its purpose; if this were my only screen, I would not have purchase it.READ FULL REVIEW