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Pros: Price! Twice as many pixels as a 1080p display. Not a dead pixel found. 100% SRGB makes for a super vivid display.
Cons: Not sure why they included any audio at all. I have a pair of $25 JVC headphones that when laid down on my desk are louder, clearer, and have a much wider frequency range than the built in audio.
Other Thoughts: Took a while to figure out how to get 1440p from this monitor, I guess Intel HD4000 graphics won't output 1440p on DVI or Dual Link DVI. I used a HDMI 1.4 cable.
Not a con or pro, because this monitor is awesome, but I might upgrade to 4k and give this to my wife. I was worried about too much pixel density with this LCD but I think I can handle 4k, which is about double.
Pros: One of these is still working, and when it works, it works. Small and unobtrusive, can leave on laptop all the time.
Cons: Only one is still working...
Other Thoughts: One failed, shows up in device manager under USB devices, with an error that says "enumeration failed".
I tried to connect to another machine, does not show up in device manager at all.
Using with two Windows 8.1 laptops with Edimax supplied driver. With all the time involved in RMA'ing, I'm not sure it's worth even doing after the cost of shipping.
Pros: Quieter than the one in the previous server. Loud audio indicator of failed unit. Fit the ATX 4u server case fairly easily, did have to remove one flange bracket, however it seems it was made for easy removal.
Cons: Have a small business client I built a server for, using this redundant module. The problem is now that replacement modules are very hard to find, Newegg has it listed as "Out of Stock, may not be restocked".
Other Thoughts: I can't convince my client to pick up an extra, saying that he'd like to wait until it's an issue to spend the cash. And now I look like a jerk because I recommended this hardware that looks like it's inevitable to let me down.
Please tell me what is the point of building redundant REPLACEABLE power supplies if you aren't gonna provide replacements for the foreseeable future?