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Pros: It's tiny and it's very quiet. It runs great. If you stay with in the concept of what it is you won't have any problems with this doing the job. I've got Windows Home/Student Office 2013 on it and it doesn't miss a beat.
Under the hood it's a laptop in a box. Laptop memory, WiFi card, and hard drive. The wireless card runs both 2.4 and 5 Ghz and is pretty darn quick. it also has a gigabit LAN port that was a big help moving some large file around the office network.
Oh yeah. The case was spotless as well as the inside.
Bottom line is this: The bang for the buck ratio is very good.
Cons: Well if you count it only has VGA out then yeah that's a con, I guess.
Other Thoughts: It's not an i7 gaming hotrod. It's a Volkswagen with a Porsche motor in it. But seriously if you're looking for a little machine to put on your bench and run your drone programming on it, it will do that right nicely.
If you want to run office programs, it will do that too.
And no I don't work for them. I'm just a happy geek with a new toy.
Pros: Waiting to see what CVS Group does.
Cons: Zoom jammed. Would not pull a sharp focus. Macro did work correctly. Most likely was mishandled at the warehouse.
I was trolled by CVS Group to give them a good review. I'm waiting to see what they do before I do anything more.
Other Thoughts: Too expensive to ship it back. Lesson learned.
I've used Fuji cameras for 15 years. Never had a problem with any of them. I document computer and multi rotor builds and need this camera badly as the rest of my gear is elsewhere. Very disappointed with this whole experience.
Pros: Church mouse quiet. Plenty of CPU horsepower and memory to run the full package of Microsoft's Office Suite.
Tiny. I just flip it up on it's side and put it against the wall on my desk and it's out of the way.
It does come with a gigabyte hard wire network connection. For tasks with my MyCloudMirror, it's blazing quick. Real happy about that.
It's a major bang for the buck bargain. For what tasks it can do, it does them rather well.
Cons: It's a laptop in a box. It uses laptop memory, wireless card, and hard drive. Even has a rather large laptop power brick. The bright blue LED on that thing (The brick) has got to go. LOL
Other Thoughts: You need something to play movies or music? Get one of these. You need something to do office work like using MS Office? Get one of these.
I've even run Folding At Home on it. Gets a little warm but nothing bad. I'm impressed.
If you happen to find a 5Ghz card for it jump on it. I'm going to...
Guess I need to get one for me. This one is earmarked for the back office.
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