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Pros: Works great for a cheap tablet. Fast quad core processor. Android 4.4 Kitkat doesn't have the app storage partition limit of older Android versions. You don't have to 'root' it to install more than 1gb of apps for example. No problems connecting to my Wifi router.
Cons: My screen cracked after about a month. It's definitely NOT kid proof around young children. I can't blame iRulu for that though. Kids will be kids. I had 4 other tablets (different brands) break in the last year too.
Other Thoughts: I was skeptical about only 512mb of RAM. It seems to run reasonably fast compared to other cheap tablets.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: 1280x800 screen resolution and 32gb of storage, better specs than the Toshiba Excite for about the same price. Full Windows 8.1 with Bing and Office 365 1 year free. Windows 8.1's "Modern UI" works better on a tablet than a desktop PC. Capable of running 'normal' 32 bit Windows programs. This tablet is built more solid than cheaper Nextbook or eMatic tablets.
Cons: The 7 inch screen is barely big enough. The text on the screen is small. Modern UI tile apps work ok, but not as many free apps as Android. Desktop Mode is not as easy to use without a keyboard and mouse.
Other Thoughts: Not many protective cases available.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: Noctua A-Series NF-A6x25 60mm Blades with AAO Frame, SSO2 Bearing Premium Fan
Pros: Good fan with good airflow. The LNA adapters are nice. I'm running mine at 1600rpm with the RC12 adapter and I put the RC10 adapter on my case fan.
Cons: I took away 1 egg because mine makes a ticking noise. It seems like the blades are barely hitting something. I checked and it's not the wires. Didn't try without the LNA adapter.
Other Thoughts: Good quiet fan except for the ticking noise. It's still quieter than my old CPU fan. Also note, this fan is 25mm thick. My old CPU fan was 10mm thick.READ FULL REVIEW