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Pros: Have four of this set up as 4 x SATA2 3.0 Gb/s raid 0 on ASRock X79 Extreme9. Despite the fact motherboard are not SATA 6.0gb; here's the benchmark from ATTO:
Transfer size Write mb/sec Read mb/sec
0.5 Kb 69132 72588
4 kb 388792 351007
8192kb 467861 513752
It's almost as good as a single ADATA SP900 128Gb SSD on SATA 6 GB.
Other Thoughts: The drive is thinner which is good for ventilation, and it's not hot neither when under load. It's good for running large VMware with Oracle database or for games, lot of games :)READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Right size for bring to the mall killing time while wife shopping. Good graphic for games and responsive for web browsing.
Cons: Screen start flickering after playing 15 minutes games like virtua tennis, NFS Most wanted; or watching 20 minutes HD Youtube. To the point that screen completely grey out.
Let it sit for a while it would appears back to normal, then act up again when run graphic intensive apps. RMA for replacement, but need to pay 10 bucks for shipping label
Other Thoughts: I have a Nexus10 and absolutely love it, kinda hoping the 7 has same build quality. Hopefully the replacement will not disappoint me.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: 16ms sounds slow but actually not that bad unless you're play very fast pace like need for speed racing game as center monitor. mine plug in as side 3x1 eyefinity it work perfectly with the display port cable.
Cons: People that complain about displayport only as con need to either upgrade their xp pc or learn how to read.
Other Thoughts: It's thin but bigger than I expected. Was hoping fit into laptop backpack for carrying, but the folding stand "stick out" in the back when folded. It's also impossible to remove, no visible screw. too slickREAD FULL REVIEW