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This review is from: Thermaltake TR2 TR-600 600W ATX12V v2.3 SLI Ready CrossFire Ready Power Supply
Pros: Easy swap out on my 7 year old computer. Very quiet.
Cons: none so far. just received it today.
Other Thoughts: My first swap out of a power supply. Just like putting in a new wiring harness in a car. Old power supply was fine. Just updating the computer and needed more power. After rebate it is hard to match this units price vs. power.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Great value if you can get it on a special deal!
Cons: It is rather large, but still fits OK on desktop
Other Thoughts: You can get tonner cartridges for this at a very low price. (Non OEM)READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: a great point and shoot. perfect for the person that does not want to mess with a lot of controls. nice optical zoom. I reallly like that you can start taking video on the fly (no turning knobs...going thru menus etc.)
Cons: will need to buy aftermarket wall charger (also maybe some spare non OEM batteries if you wish to not charge in the camera.)
Other Thoughts: another reviewer said you have to charge with your computer. may not have gotten to step 3 when did the review. You can charge with your computer or plug the USB cable into the included wall plug. I purchased a couple of cheapo aftermarket batteries for just a few dollars. could get a wall charger for cheap too if you desire.
I purchased this camera from newegg for 200 including shipping and a free 32gb high speed card (for 1080p) I just don't see another camera out there with these features (and a "pocket camera") at this price. There are (many) times you just want to take a pocket point and shoot. Saying a point and shoot lacks manual controls is much like saying your cheese pizza lacks toppings. OK, just being silly. But you get my drift.I always purchase what I need/want. (as budget allows) I guess most of us do. At 3 or 4 hundred dollars it is a nice camera. At 200 it really is a gem. (once again, the fact that is fits in your jeans, cargo pants, small purse etc. is of note!)