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Pros: - Installs perfectly in Dell M7510
- Removed original 16GB and installed the 4 sticks from this kit
Other Thoughts: If you have a M7510, to replace all 4 modules:
- Two of the modules are on the bottom side, under the bottom cover
- The other two are under the keyboard, and you have to (a) disconnect the keyboard cables (on the bottom), (b) remove the keyboard trim, and (c) the keyboard, in order to get to the top 2 modules. Google "M7510 disassembly" and there's at least on Youtube video.
This review is from: AZIO KB505U Black USB Wired Standard Large Print 3 Color Backlit Keyboard
Pros: - Keyboard lighting is good.
Cons: - This keyboard has none of the normal power buttons (sleep, wake, etc.) which is really annoying when using it like I do, with a docked laptop. These keys CANNOT be mapped, even with a mapping utility like KeyTweak.
- Keys feel somewhat "dead" when typing.
Other Thoughts: I re-read through the reviews and there was at least one mention of the power buttons missing, so somewhat my error, but overall, I should have gotten one of the Sidewinders when Newegg had them at 40+ :(... Oh well....READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: My Windows Experience went from 3.8 (HD 5450) to 6.7 with this adapter1
The fan spins up (and is noisy) on boot, but then immediately goes almost silent.
Cons: None, although even on sale, wished that it was less expensive.
Other Thoughts: I know that the WEI isn't suppose to mean much, but it bothered me that my system, which is pretty fully-loaded (intel I7, 48GB of RAM) was showing only 3.8 WEI. Got this on a sale at the Egg, and glad that I did.READ FULL REVIEW