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Pros: I've only had it for a single day. It seems solid. Long battery life between charges, no lagging audio that you find with many low end tablets, it's light and thin like an iPad, so overall I'm quite satisfied. BUT
Cons: It came with a $15 rebate, and all I have to do is cut out the UPC and mail it in. BUT THERE IS NO UPC! All you get is a charger and the tablet in a non-descript brown box. No codes anywhere.
Other Thoughts: I'm sure Newegg will eventually honor the rebate (it's from Newegg, not ASUS). It's just annoying.
In any event, if you try not to pay over $140 for this tablet, you will be satisfied that you got your money's worth.
Has an on/off switch.
The 4 outer jacks are set farther apart for large power supplies (transformers).
The USB ports are powerful enough to charge an iPad
Cons: Has surge suppression for coaxial cables, but none for phone lines.
LED light indicating you are protected from surges is very bright. It shines through a strip of clear plastic, making it impossible to cover up. So it's not ideal for your bedroom or anywhere you want it to be inconspicuous.
This review is from: Collection LED CL-G60E-6W (W) 40 Watt Equivalent LED Light Bulb
Pros: It seems more like a 60W incandescent to me. Newegg puts them on sale 2 for $10 once a month or so. I strongly recommend trying a couple out when they do.
Cons: None yet.
Other Thoughts: The first ones I purchased are only a few months old, so I can't attest to their durability yet. Supposed to last for decades.
So far I'm quite pleased. I don't like the various colors available with CFLs so I'm happy to find a low wattage alternative. The color is mostly white with a hint of yellow, much like a 60W incandescent bulb.