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Pros: In high mode, it's like daylight. 1000lm is amazing. The beam goes from a large round well lit area to a square that can light up a person from 10-15 houses away. The body and finish are well done.
Cons: I bought 2 of them. On one of them the battery charged fine, but the button didn't work. They e-mailed me an address and I dropped it off at the post office (got a receipt), and a week or so later got a working replacement.
Other Thoughts: At this time, I only need High/Low on the button, but if I took it camping it would make a great rescue device, though I don't see where you could charge it up in the woods.
I priced strong flashlights at the store and you have to pay twice as much for half the power.
Pros: This board is up and running fine for over a year. No problems with installation of Win7 64bit. Using a Kaveri A10-7800 4/8 core and 8Gig of ram, no video card and a 120Gig Corsair SSD boot drive. Games run fast and smooth at 1920x1800 with full options. I don't run bleeding edge games with poor graphics performance. WiFi runs fine, but I use wired. No issues with BIOS or UEFI or booting.
Other Thoughts: I have used ATX motherboards and M*I motherboards in the past, but none of those have the many options on this board. The deciding factor was the ability to use a Kaveri chip and you don't need a firmware upgrade to do it (this was Oct 2014). I also like the Optical S/PDIF out and WiFi 802.11ac.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: When rebooted, it runs fine (but somewhat underpowered). As an HTPC and under general light use it's doing well.
Cons: I found that after sleeping, it wakes up only partially. If you restart the Zotac it runs normal. If I could find a utility that can test the hardware before/after sleeping I would know exactly what's wrong. So far - it looks like the memory or the network or both. I'm using wired 1000Mbps.
Other Thoughts: I keep checking the website, but I don't think they're updating the BIOS or drivers.READ FULL REVIEW