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This review is from: TRENDnet TEG-S24DG Smart Unmanaged Gigabit GREENnet Switch
Pros: Low power consumption
Cons: I have had no issues
Other Thoughts: I've had mine since June 2011 and it's still going strong. My kill-a-wat showed it pulling 4w with an average load.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: - Small
- Discrete graphics
- Correct outputs
- Plays HD video without trouble
Cons: - Mini optical output is on the front All other common HTPC cables run out the back (as they should). If this weren't an issue, I wouldn't have to keep the front case door open all the time.
- Base bends easily. It bends back into shape easily too!
Other Thoughts: - No mini-SPDIF(TOSLINK)-to-SPDIF(TOSLINK) converter is supplied, a lot of people will need them.
My rig is 4GB, 320GB, Logitech mini-Dinovo keyboard. It runs very well. It will play counterstrike at the lowest resolutions. No problems with any console emulators I've tried (I haven't tested for N64).
I can't think of a better GPU platform than ION in this form-factor. I specifically sought an ION box for this task.
This review is from: Rainbow Six Vegas 2 PC Game
Pros: Good story line and a lot of work put into the appearance of the game.
Cons: AI can get in the way. Enemies can inflict massive damage before player can react. Enemies seemingly shooting through edges of walls suggests problem with bots being able to aim and fire before they're realistically see you. Multiplayer problem with audio, the game will often continue their gun's firing sound continuously until the round is ended.
Other Thoughts: I'd pay $10 for this if you have LAN parties. It's a great deal.READ FULL REVIEW
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