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Pros: From power button to Internet 4.6 seconds...no joke....buy this. If you install this, be warned, some PC mobo's will load Windows so quickly with this drive you will NOT have time to hit DEL or F8 to enter bios. Space saving and small - too many pros to not have it.
Cons: I bought this item for $249. Obviously, the demand has gone through the roof. Don't know about the value over $400, but at $250 it's simply amazing.
Other Thoughts: Quite a challenge to find the right bios and jumper settings to get the unit to work, but it will work (and work well) with ASRock Z97 OC Formula LGA motherboard.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: Multi-Angle Viewing Stand for Apple iPhone 4, 3G, 3Gs and iPod Touch (Black)
Pros: Inexpensive little folding plastic stand for iPod. Bought it so I could prop-up my iPod when I'm working on things (model building, PC, etc) while watching movies, etc. Works great. No regrets. Couple of good position choices. Small, sturdy.
Other Thoughts: Great little inexpensive stand to flip open and put on a desk so you can watch your iPod or other media device. Small, light and a couple of viewing angle choices. Just be a little gentle on the far edges of your touch-screen device or you'll dislodge it from the stand, but this is by no means a reason to avoid buying it. If you just want an easy way to prop up your iPod or small media device, this is it.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Setup is a breeze and the scan options are exceptional for a home-based or small business unit. One-touch buttons operate nicely and the unit is quick and quiet. It looks good and operates nicely. Very good value for the money and the included film/slide carrier is a great touch. I can now scan my military slides from 'back in the day'. My old HP was big, noisy and they wanted $60 for the slide option. The other thing I really like (but may sound trivial) is the power cord does not have that huge, clunky power converter on the plug (or mid-cord). It's a standard power cord and means I didn't have to finagle my whole power strip to get it to fit. Also, the unit scans wonderfully at 1200 dpi. Those who have posted that it doesn't obviously can't navigate the one or two extra button clicks needed to engage the 'Scanner Driver' settings (that pop up) and should adjust their 'user experience' buttons. It does everything it says it will do.
Cons: None so far. It's for my home-use and if that's your intended purpose, then it's a perfect fit. The only interface issue (listed previously) is that the save feature with the bundled software does not 'remember' where you saved last. So, you have to re-navigate to the folder you want with each scan batch. Not a big issue at all.
Other Thoughts: I'm continually impressed by NewEgg's price, service and interface. They are the 'diamond standard' in online sales in my opinion. Don't change anything!!!READ FULL REVIEW