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Pros: - Easy to install
- Fast performing
- Looks cool inside a tower
Cons: - None so far
Other Thoughts: I purchased 2x of these sticks well over a year ago and put them into the primary channel of my Gateway DX-4860UR. It's great RAM, and haven't had a single issue yet. I plan on maxing out my motherboard (16GB) really soon by purchasing another two of these!READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: TOSHIBA WiFi Built-in Blu-ray Disc Player BDX2250
Pros: It plays discs adequately when it does play. You get what you pay for.
Cons: -REALLY LOUD
-Built-in wi-fi is terrible, no range and needs to be constantly reconfigured
-When it overheat, it freezes, and then restarts
Other Thoughts: I bought this last year with gift cards and money owed from other people. Toshiba has had a good name with me in other products, so I figured the BD player can't be all that bad. For one, the built-in wi-fi needs to be reconfigured every time it is turned on. Another is that the unit constantly overheats itself, and as noted, it will freeze and restart itself very slowly. I wouldn't recommend this unit, I wish I got a PS3 for just movie watching instead.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: - Price was fantastic
- Installation was EASY
- Antenna ensures great reception
- Didn't even need the driver CD for install
Cons: - None so far, because the hardest part was putting on the Dell's side-cover after installation.
Other Thoughts: I used this product on an older Dell Dimension 2400, that has a 2.66 GHz Pentium 4 processor, Windows XP Home, and 1 GB of RAM. For XP, this was a snap, although I can see for some Win7 people how it could be more difficult.READ FULL REVIEW
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