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Pros: I bought this as a gift for a family member, but have to say after setting it up the screen is great, the features like the SD slot are necessary and I actually appreciate the features LG adds to android. As with any mobile device, take a few minutes to set it up correctly, such as adding an SD card up front, and it will improve the experience.
Cons: 1 Egg for the speakers which are backward facing and a bit tinny compared to other devices I've used, otherwise this is about as solid of an android tablet as you can ask for. I would also like a bit more on board memory, but didn't take anything off since it has an SD slot.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: 64GB of USB 3.0 memory with both a full size and micro USB for Android/Windows devices. It works, no issues.
Cons: Only real con is that the micro USB end is a bit large so its a tad tight on the devices I've tested on. HTCOneM8, Nokia2520, Xoom. Push it in firmly but slowly and don't wiggle.
Other Thoughts: Its fast enough to play video from, so no issues there.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: 4GB of ram on a Nvidia 770 X2 = awesome. The price was great, and so far i have no complaints about noise or temp, all within expectations. It did not raise my fan noise in my computer from my older cards. I keep my PC under my desk and when I'm not gaming I cant even hear it.
Cons: Not a huge con for me, but be aware it does take 2 x 8 pin power connectors. It comes with two adapters.
Other Thoughts: One of these cards runs BF4 in Ultra/High averaging above 60 FPS if thats what you are looking for. I am running two for a multi-monitor setup. I have had no problems running two cards with an 850 PSU. I didnt take the time to do it initially (and should have) but I had to update my mobo bios before my pc would post on boot.READ FULL REVIEW