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Pros: Fast when it worked.
Cons: I've owned this drive for the last few months and this is the biggest waste of money. You will loose your data and you will not be able to recover from this drive. Do yourself a favor and just buy another brand drive, I cannot believe that this firmware 'bug' can cause so much damage. If you have a Mac, you CANNOT update the firmware using the Intel Update Tool. I've spent countless hours trying to boot from other computers to update this drive and it complains about S.M.A.R.T compatibility or not being in IDE compatibility mode. Both of which are enabled, yet this drive just does not want to be repaired.
Other Thoughts: This is the last Intel drive I will ever buy, and I suggest that you do the same.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: SiliconDust HDHomeRun Dual HDHR3-US HD Digital Network Attached TV Tuner Device
Pros: Share broadcast TV with Computer (Mac and Ubuntu Media Box)
Easy to use and setup
Cons: A little expensive for OTA broadcasts and you still need an antenna to take full advantage of this solution.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Great upgrade from the S90
Plenty of great features (slow motion, tilt shift video / pictures)
Excellent low light photography
LCD broke with very little stress
GPS is a battery hog
Other Thoughts: I'm a huge fan of Canon photography and I wanted to like this camera, but ultimately I kept my S90 and returned this defective camera. It was a great deal ($350 at the time) and I was able to take some great pictures with it. Overall though, it was a bit pricey to upgrade from the S90 to this one. Plus, the LCD broke less than a weeks worth of use; my S90 is going on two years and still working great.
If you don't already own a great point-and-shoot camera, then I would highly recommend this one. However, make sure you don't put a lot of stress on this large LCD.
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