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Pros: These were wonderfully fast and ran well for approximately 19 months.
Cons: I purchased 16 of these in August 2012. They ran beautifully until February 2014. As of today, in April, I've had 4 of the original 16 day. Complicating matters, Seagate's warranty on the drives did not match what was actually printed on the boxes (either 2 or 5 years, depending on where I bought them). Luckily, they have offered warranty replacement on each failure thus far, but if they continue to die off as I expect, then I'll be replacing drives frequently over the next few months, past the 24 months Seagate has allowed me.
Other Thoughts: I'm running multiple Seagate arrays. My 2TB disks (don't have the model handy), are running wonderfully after three years with only a single drive failure. I'm not sure what's gone wrong with these drives, but I think I'll go WD/Hitachi in the future.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: First off, the price is ridiculously low for what you are getting. This is basically an entire Atom box without RAM or a drive. It's been fantastic for PFSense. It installed without issue. Just added some RAM, a HDD I had laying around, and an extra PCI NIC.
It's small, but it's quite easy to work in. Everything comes apart quickly and easily.
Cons: You need to update the BIOS straight away, and the BIOS is a bit flaky. The PSU fan is a bit loud, as well. Not horrific, but I wouldn't want it running full time in my bedroom, for instance.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: Ducky DK9008G2 PRO Keyboard (Blue Cherry MX)
Pros: Been using a nicer Ducky at work for some time. Grabbed one of these for the house and I couldn't be happier. Great quality board, works like a charm.
Cons: The keys are made of a noticeably cheaper plastic than the higher end Ducky, but it's not something you notice all that much when typing.READ FULL REVIEW