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Pros: Works well, haven't had any stability issues
Cons: First board I got had two dead RAM slots, system refused to post when they were populated with known-good RAM, even after BIOS upgrade. I bought elsewhere, but once I got it replaced the new board works fine; I'm assuming it was a hardware defect.
TPM modules for this board are seemingly non-existent. I found one for an ASUS board and was able to use some extension cables to plug it to this board (the connector had a PCB on the back so it was too wide to fit into the header jack) and get bitlocker running, though Gigabyte's product pages had no information on the TPM other than it supported one.
Other Thoughts: The TPM is a rather rare feature to be used, so it's understandable. I also chalk the RAM issue up to a hardware or manufacturing error.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: GEAR HEAD Keyboard KB3700TP Black 84 Normal Keys USB Wired Slim Keyboard
Pros: Small, compact, lightweight, perfect cable length, one USB
Cons: A bit too small, they cut out the right shift and moved a couple keys. Expected, but slightly obnoxious
Other Thoughts: It's working perfectly for me to use on a tablet, but it's just a little bit too small to type fast and comfortably on.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: Kensington K33930US Universal Notebook Docking Station with VGA/DVI
Pros: Extends another monitor, provides USB ports, works better than I expected for an extra monitor.
Cons: The drivers on the disc refused to work for me, I wasn't getting any output with them. I headed over to DisplayLink's site and used their drivers, they work. This is why I'm only rating it 4 eggs.
The display is a little bit laggy, but it's more than usable for web browsing or document editing. It's substantially better than I was expecting, too.
Other Thoughts: I haven't played with audio, as I'm just using this for another monitor on my desktop.
Also, make sure you use this on a USB2.0 port. I plugged it into a USB1.1 hub and the performance was horrendous.