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Pros: Out of the box every imaginable cable needed to hook up this monitor to any computer connection. (VGA, DVI, and HDMI). This is a lesson many other manufacturers need to adhere to!
Now I will contradict and state that a "sound" cable does not exist. See other thoughts!
Nice stand, without plastic fingerprint magnet effect.
Clear, crisp, price is/was right with $30 off!
Cons: For the price . . . none exist.
The stand could have greater flexibility, but I can live with that.
Other Thoughts: This monitor comes with an "audio out" port and "NO" cable. . . certainly strange port for a monitor of this size? But it makes total sense . . .if you are using HDMI as your monitor input from the computer. HDMI carries sound and you can plug your normal computer speakers into the back of this monitor . . . .no more crawling around down below, and behind, that computer when on HDMI!READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: It has a "new" low power consumption CPU that extends battery life marginally!
Cons: Intel wants to do a comparison of this CPU to an i5, but look at the specs and you will see that the i5 is a 1st Gen I% and not current?
Wonder what marketing wizard came up with that?
Most importantly the biggest oxymoron on earth (Best Buy) offers the same machine for significantly less and it is local?
Other Thoughts: I did a comparison to a recent i5-4278U Mobile CPU, likewise released 3q14, and it has its merits just like this newer "M" series has its . . .and it is truly comparable!
If battery life and heat are a major factor stick with this "M" series CPU . . .if you can take the likely stutter when loaded up (IE/Firefox, Excel, Word, and Outlook) stick with this CPU.
If you want sheer brute strength then you are going to have to keep with the warmer running, faster battery draining, i5 or i7 CPU!
It's really a "NO BRAINER"!
For now I will stick with my UltraBook sporting a i7-4558U CPU and 8GB RAM?
This review is from: ASUS AM1I-A AM1 HDMI SATA 6Gb/s USB 3.0 Mini ITX AMD Motherboard
Pros: This board is exactly what I needed for a low end small form factor build.
Cons: Really not any . . . if one knows the supply system?
Other Thoughts: A previous reviewer had stated that a small 300W PS doesn't exist and I can factually say that he/she needs to find an Antec MT-352 that actually fits the small form factor requirements and really does have 350W maximum output!
That person also stated that his case doesn't have the required 4 Pin power Plug for PCI power. Really . . . my case doesn't either, but I decided to check my power supply cables and lo n behold that connector does exist.
Based on the existing documentation, my small form factor PSU, has all the required wattage and connectors.
Case (literal and figurative) CLOSED!