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Pros: Lightweight and easy to hold, remarkably fast for a tablet, ability to do multiple programs at once, simple and sensible location of widgets and tabs, STYLUS!!!!
Cons: Slightly less resolution than latest iPad 3
Other Thoughts: This coworkebeats the brakes off the iPad if you ask me. The ONLY dept that Apple beats it is in resolution.... which you won't even notice unless you are doing extreme closeups. Gaming, picture resolution, word processing and every other function it shines. Unless you absolutely can't function without iTunes have no fear UPGRADING to this better device. FYI: My coworker has a brand new one, and I see no difference between new and refurbished!READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Straight-forward design and setup. Simply hook up your SATA cable and power supply and you're good to go. Not lightning-fast, but fast enough for everyday data transfer (it mops up my Divx files pretty decent).
Cons: I'm not some kind of ultimate tech guru so i had no idea OEM meant "Aint comin' with a box or instructions!" No biggie, i've installed tons of hard drives b4. Gotta fish hard to find something bad to say.
Other Thoughts: This is my 1st "build", if you can say that. More like a Frankenstein hodge-podge of parts that originated from a Dell Dimension 4600: 2.6Ghz Pentium 4, 2GB of mismatched PNY mem, Coolmax CUG-700B PSU, Asus P4S8X-MX mobo, Creative Soundblaster X-Fi Fatality, Visiontek ATI Radeon-X 1950 Pro AGP.
I have learned from trial and error everything I know and newegg makes the building/buying process so easy its not even funny. Thank goodness I dont have to speak to someone in Bangladesh everytime i have a problem (Dell). Keep it up.