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Pros: * This drive is fast.
*Thin form factor allows mounting in newer laptops.
*high endurance rating at 50 gb's a day for 5 years.
*MLC memmory means this drive will last a while.
*Mounting adapter is included.
*A very good warranty with the chance for aggravation severely reduced.
Cons: I really couldnt find any. Thus far this drive has worked better than expected, and is a very solidly built drive. The only cons aren't with the drive itself, but other drives. Higher end drives are rapidly coming down in price, and this one is going to have to come down in price if it is going to be able to compete.
Other Thoughts: The drive is very fast and produced a significant gain in performance when installed. The reduced weight means my laptop will be a little lighter, the reduced power consumption means my laptop will run a little longer, the reduced heat means it wont burn my lap and the increased response time means i don't have to wait as long for applications to open. I have had a few bad ssd's from OCZ early on, and have a friend who has as well. This seems to be addressed, as the hardware used has a good track record. That said the warranty leaves me a little worrisome though as it seems to be saying You wont have any problems exchanging this drive "WHEN" this one breaks instead of "IF"READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: Plustek eScan A150 Sheet Fed Document Scanner
Pros: The unit is compact. The screen is of sufficient size to easily hit the buttons you want without much worry of hitting the wrong button. It appears to have a screen protector already installed on the screen, which means it is protected from the moment you receive it. It can scan the front and back of a page simultaneously. It includes abbyy finereader, I have used this software in the past and it exceeded my expectations. The ability to load multiple pages and walk away is very convenient. It's nice to be able to select where to send it. a pc, usb, phone, server, or cloud.
Cons: unfortunately this list is long.
*the scanning on anything but 200 dpi is painfully slow. Even cheap printer/scanner combos will out pace this and at a higher resolution.
*After scanning the interface is slow and very laggy. Sometimes an error will pop up saying it has stopped responding.
*Even though Abbyy Finereader is included, it requires a computer to use it. I imagine it being included is part of the reason it costs so much more than similar units.
*the capacity of the loading tray is less than half the stated capacity.
*There are many quick access settings on the main screen, but they are limited. Only 2 file output types even though it is capable of 6. Only 2 color types, even though it is capable of 3. 2 dpi's though it is capable of 5, And the paper size must be selected from the advanced settings menu, and is not even present on the main screen menu.
* the unit includes an extra feed assist pad. While this sounds great at first, it implies that it will wear out and need to be replaced, and eventually the second one will need to be replaced as well. I was unable to find it online.
Other Thoughts: At first glance the unit seems like a good deal. Lot of features, and the promise to make work a breeze. The units slightly wonky interface, and painfully slow performance quickly prove this to be false.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: Corsair Gaming K95 RGB Mechanical Gaming Keyboard - Cherry MX Red Switches
Pros: * nice and heavy, very good feel to it
* very bright
* easy to clean
* lots of colors to choose from
The entire top is made of aluminum which gives this keyboard a very solid and heavy feel. The wrist rest actually screws on to the keyboard preventing it from popping off like some other cheaper keyboards. Since each key on this keyboard actually as it's own switch, with LED's each key is raised from the aluminum base making this keyboard easy to clean out. The ability to select just the color you want makes it great for personalization.
Cons: * bases of each key are translucent
* uses 2 usb ports
* no software included
* software is buggy
The bases of each key are translucent allowing the keyboard to look really great from afar. The problem with this is when trying to light up one or 2 keys in the middle of the keyboard a different color than the surrounding keys. Often you won't get the expected color, and sometimes you wont even get a color near what you wanted. The software, which you have to download from corsair's website as it isn't included in the box is clunky at best. The preinstalled example profiles make it difficult to set up your own. The keys bottoming out are very loud, and typing for an extended period of time is reminiscent of old typewriters.
Other Thoughts: This is a very showy keyboard and the construction quality is top notch.The led's ar very bright, and certain contrasting colors look great, although getting the exact look you want is difficult, and sometimes impossible. Either way expect it to take several hours to figure out the software and set it up exactly how you want, and realize that you may have to compromise in the end.READ FULL REVIEW
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