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Pros: Great price, great size, runs great! Great customer support.
Cons: None really
Other Thoughts: This is my second review of the AT-7530 PC and I have changed my feelings about this great little PC. I have now ordered and built nearly 50 of these and counting for my various clients, friends, and family. Out of all of them I have only had 3 motherboards go on me and Foxconn RMA'd them very quickly and I got them back within a day or two. I mainly build them with 120GB Kingston SSD drives and 8GB GSkill RipJaws RAM and they are fast and reboot quickly. With a few of them I have put in larger SSD's and 16GB RAM and they absolutely scream. My clients rave about them and love how they mount on the back of a monitor or the wall. When possible I order nice short DVI or HDMI cables for super clean setups with no messy cables.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Prior to having Foxconn respond to my original review, I went on their support site, called, spoke with someone who picked up the call immediately. I gave him the info, he quickly sent me back an RMA and I shipped it out. I am happy to say the replacement is due to arrive back to me today. A very quick turn-around.
Cons: none now.
Other Thoughts: I am very satisfied with Foxconn's customer support. I will definitely buy more of these machines.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Small size, lots of USB ports, HDMI and DVI. Fast processor. Runs great with an SSD, 8gb RAM and Windows 7 Pro.
Cons: I have bought 2 of these 7530 and 1 7300. The first 7530 just had the motherboard go. Hopefully I can get Foxconn to do something with it. Hopefully the 7530 I am using with 16gb of RAM does not fail like the first one!
Other Thoughts: Help Foxconn! I planned on buying/building more of these but if the boards are going to fail after a month and a half then they are no good! I will go back to the ZOTAC Nanos.READ FULL REVIEW