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Pros: I have build over a dozen systems from scratch starting with an Intel 80386-20 which I ran at 25 MHz. (Yeah, I'll join over-clocker's anonymous when someone starts the organization.) My last two Intel systems were flops. And the last one used an Intel motherboard. Since then I have stuck with AMD (not as adventurous anymore). Not a single disappointment in the last 10 AMD systems. The last 7 AMD systems are still top notch systems keeping everyone happy. (Three at home and four at work.) All my games are fabulous on this A10 powered system.
Cons: none yet... well the chip is not freeREAD FULL REVIEW
Pros: Great design... very sharp looking, awesome price on NewEgg
Cons: Power adapter too weak for the ThinkPad W530 laptop.. cannot use the thing at all.
No HDMI port either, so for a triple monitor option you must plug the mini-HDMI cable in. The blank monitor will remind you every time.
Pros: Has both USB 2.0 and SDHC carrier to work with all my desktops and laptops. Works perfectly in my M7088 Android device. Early price was unbelievable, so happy I bought.
Cons: Micro SDHC is tiny and you should always keep it in a carrier or device.
Other Thoughts: I put all my PDF files on the 32GB device (using the USB carrier) then installed in my Android device, loaded Foxit PDF Reader and now I can always read my books without WiFi. Maybe I should put video and music on here... still have 31.5 GB left...READ FULL REVIEW