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Pros: Sandisk. I have lots of Sandisk stuff and never a failure. That's why I have lots. This is a great mix of size (GB), performance and price. Lifetime warranty. Busy light and metal construction.
Cons: It is a bit clunky in physical size.
Other Thoughts: You could get faster, bigger (GB) , smaller drives but they will cost you. I use mine in a DVR and it catches 1080P without a glitch. I first tried a 256 GB thumb drive that was a bit slower and it couldn't cut it.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Mine was great. A few scars on the outside but the screen and keys are in great shape. Intel SSD is smallish but super speedy. Micron memory is what I would put in in and that's what it has. My battery ran Prime 95 and Crysis for about an hour before it hit 5%. Low end gaming ATI Radeeon HD 7400 M graphics inside will make you smile if you are realistic. 64 bit OS is nice on a laptop. USB 3.0 and seems to be built like a tank. This would make a great main computer for any light gamer. PRICE is sweet at just over 2 bills.
Cons: None really. For the price, I feel like I stole it. Still, a few scratches. A 1080p screen and larger SSD would be nice and so would 8 gigs of memory but that would jack up the price.
Other Thoughts: Would highly recommend this laptop if the screen size and weight are things you can deal with. Still, B grade refurbs are a bit of a crapshoot.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Samsung, 32", sharp as a tack, fast, adjustment controls, a lot of input options.
Cons: Bezel size, USB ads to cost and not needed for me.
Other Thoughts: It worked great for Windows 7 and then again on 10. Makes SD content look very SD. I love it after 1 month of use. I paid less than 5 bills.READ FULL REVIEW