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This review is from: Logitech Wireless Combo MK345 with Full-Size Keyboard and Right-Handed Mouse
Pros: Price and design are good. Its a low priced combo and it functions.
Cons: I bought 5 of these for some employees. I deployed 3 of them so far on various computers and setups. All 3 have had an issue with delay between the keystrokes and what appears on screen. We tried newer drivers but no luck. Doesn't always happen its just a sporadic issue. Never had this issue with the previous combo model from Logitech.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Compact, quiet, easy to build and store. Great computer for my users.
Cons: Port placement on the front is a little weird. Headphone/mic should just be on the back. 2 USBs on the front is fine though.
Other Thoughts: Its a shame other users had issues because I set up 2 of these and am about to buy 2 more.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Works as it should, overclockable and powerful. Not much more to say than that since you know what you are getting. Once I got a working one everything was fine. The reps for the RMA were very helpful at Newegg.
Cons: First one was DOA but would still post to the BIOS which was really weird. As soon as I tried to have it load an OS it would freeze during the splash screen. Windows 8, 7 and xp all had the same issue. Went through a slew of testing including doing an RMA on the Motherboard assuming that since I can get into the BIOS it wouldn't be the CPU. I tried different RAM, PSU, drives, no drives, different optical drive, all giving the same result. I didn't have a spare 1150 CPU so as the last part that has been consistent through the troubleshooting I finally RMA'd that and on the first boot I had perfect success. My understanding in the past was that if a CPU was bad you wouldn't post to BIOS but in this instance I got up to that point with no issue.
Other Thoughts: DOA CPU was from Costa Rica.
Good CPU was from Malaysia.
People have made mention of the differences with using them so I feel its important to note for other users.