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This review is from: Black OEM Exogear Universal Exomount Suction Car Mount, Exo-mount-bk
Pros: -Suction Cup is surprisingly firm, much firmer than other suction cup mounts I have tried.
-Clamp is fast to hold my phone or MP3 player, very sturdy
Cons: -Hard to clamp/de-clamp your phone with one hand.. (just use two hands and you are fine)
-If I hit a big bump, my phone (Galaxy Nexus) is heavy enough to move the clamp out of alignment.. Easy to realign.. Barely a Con, but I had to put something here.
Other Thoughts: Best universal Mount I've ever bought. I'm gonna get 2 more.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Windows XP - fantastic!
Run the CD and the Drobo is mounted. No issues writing or deleting files, just like any network drive. The Drobo is a great way to get the benefits of Raid without the complicated setup and maintenance.
Cons: Windows Vista - less than fantastic 8^(
The Drobo is better as DAS for Windows Vista. Writing files is okay, but you cannot delete folders if the folders has files inside. Only empty folders can be deleted. Checked tech forums (Non Data Robotics Inc site) and it seems others have been having the same issues with Vista. Only word from the company is that they are aware of the problem.
Other Thoughts: Didn't test on Vista 32.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: COOLER MASTER RR-LIE-L9E1-GP 95mm Rifle CPU Cooler
Pros: 1. Power Supply is on the bottom of the case. --This helps my system to run cool since the power supply's heat remains essentially isolated from the rest of my system, most notably, my video card.
2. Large. --Plenty of room to house the longest of video cards.
3. ESata front port. --Plugs into an unused Sata port so no need for onboard ESata support or an expansion card.
4. Attractive minimalist design. --Has a nice feel to it and seems very well put together. Sturdy and shiny in all the right places.
Cons: 1. (Minor) Power Supply is on the bottom of the case. --Mention this as a con because most motherboards are organized to have the power distribution from the top. I barely had enough length in my CPU power to plug into my MSI P7N motherboard. Power Supply used: "Cooler Master's Real Power Pro RS-750-ACAA-A1 PSU"
2. (Minor) Front (-err--top) ports barely long enough to reach the plugs that happen to be on the bottom of the MSI P7N I'm using.
Other Thoughts: This is the first time i bought a case and price wasn't the primary selection method. I am very happy with my purchase and will be recommending this case to any of my friends (-err--friend) who will be building new systems this summer.
The cons were mostly because of mycomponents I chose and not an indication of a failure by Cooler Master in any way, so I gave this case the full rating