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Pros: - Solid.
- Inexpensive when found on sale
- Looks great. There aren't many shortcuts taken by the manufacturer.
Cons: - The 210 comes with USB 2.0 front ports. If that's not a big deal to you then not really a con.
Other Thoughts: They do have a version with USB 3.0. I will not buy another brand of case unless you put a gun to my head. I've built about 6 PCs with NZXT cases and I love them.
NOTE: I've even bought refurb versions and they look and feel brand new.
Pros: - Well constructed no cheap metal here...
- Plenty of quality workmanship
- Not too flashy, just a conservative design that looks sleek.
- Company stands behind product
Cons: - None
Other Thoughts: It's my 4th NZXT case and I'm more impressed with each new case. This one was a refurb but it looks brand new. I only bought it cuz I knew the company would back it if there was anything wrong with it.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: - Cheap
- They physically fit into my HP Photosmart 5520.
Cons: When I first installed them ink was smearing on every print. At times it was a puddle. I thought this was a huge waste of money. Then when they did print, the font was grey instead of black. Also, the printer will annoy you that you're a dummy for not using authentic HP cartridges.
Other Thoughts: However, I decided to print 30+ pages of text to exercise the demons. It appeared to get through them without bleeding and the font was dark as it should be. So I continue to hold my breath that these might work out for me.READ FULL REVIEW