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Pros: bright screen
good proc & graphics for the $
802.11n dual-band WiFi (not typical!)
Good fast GPS
Better than usual cameras for tabs right now
takes a 64GB micro-SD, some stop at 32
Cons: power & volume on top, so you can't stand it up upside down.
power connector integrated into 40-pin bottom connection so you can't stand it up right side up either
Running 15v power through a USB device is imbecilic! Totally impossible to diagnose. A ring-barrel connector on side would be much better.
Case-side is a bit sharp for comfortable handling without a protector case. No door over sd slot. I/O is "strange" -- slower than it should be. like the engineering to it is wrong.
Other Thoughts: My other thought would be that, the refurb I bought (not from Newegg, but same price) died at 97 days! So factory refurb doesn't mean very much.
I recommend paying the extra for the extended warranty.
This review is from: Team 64GB MicroSDXC Flash Card Model TUSDX64GUHS03
Pros: The card was affordable and as large as I could get in the tablet.
Cons: (not a fault of the card)
In order to get it to work in my tablet, I had to put it in a carrier and format it on my computer. Before that, the tablet didn't see it.
I suppose another "con" would be that the SD carrier it comes with doesn't have the USB "nose" I've had with A-Data cards (pull off a shield to reveal USB leads)
Other Thoughts: The "XC" type cards abandon the "CLASS" value that used to easily denote speed. This one is apparently the equivalent of CLASS 10, and it seems to keep up with the tablet.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: It hasn't killed me yet.
Cons: CPU power connector too close to power supply. A BIOS that is designed to be fun to look at, but a Frankenstein to find anything in.
Their "helpful" utilities are a constant nag, needing to update frequently (three times in a day so far)
Other Thoughts: When the @BIOS utility flashed from V5 to V7, they just went ahead and reset the SATA ports from RAID to AHCI. This told the Intel chip that there was no array, and two days of copying files onto the array and generally configuring the computer went away in a "flash"! (no pun intended)
I have no idea how I will ever be able to flash the BIOS on this motherboard, since I can't take 20 to 30 hours of my time to copy everything off, then back on when they destroy my array because they're too stupid, lazy or both to restore such critical settings to the new BIOS. I can't believe anyone can trust the six Intel ports for an array of any kind, unless it's just for temporary files.