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This review is from: Seagate Backup Plus 2TB USB 3.0 3.5" Desktop Hard Drive STCA2000100 Black
Pros: Kenneth noticed that the overwhelming majority of the negative posts are for the 4tb and 3tb drives, not the 2tb. drive on this page. He's correct that Newegg should do a better job with categorizing their reviews.
I went further and here's what I found: Of the 1-star reviews only 7 of 42 were for 2tb units. Of the 2-star reviews only 2 of 17 were for 2tb units. And of 3-star reviews only 7 of 19 were for 2tb units. There were also a couple of 1tb units which I counted in the 2tb area to give further balance.
In the 3-star category there are a couple of extensive reviews that you might want to read, just for detailed info, by Joe S. and Darrell. B.t.w., even with 3-stars, they both recommended this H/D.
And, remember, there are a lot more 1tb and 2tb H/D's sold than 3's or larger.
Cons: Newegg, you almost cost yourself a sale----and would have if I hadn't read Kenneth P.'s new review today.
Other Thoughts: Newegg usually gets it right. I'll bet they correct this one eventually.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: Sharp Trim Kit For 1.8 Cu. Ft. RK51 Black
Pros: Nice finish for the Sharp m/w.
Cons: Suggestion to manufacturer: Provide a paper template with the EXACT layout of the screws. Would save a lot of hit-or-miss effort. (I'm a builder so I know a little of what I speak.)
I wasn't as impressed with the oven itself. Go there to see that review.
This review is from: Sharp 1200 Watts Microwave Oven R530EKT Sensor Cook Black
Pros: Reasonable quality.
Competitive price from Newegg
The sensor re-heat is one feature that I do like---don't like a number of others, b.t.w.
Cons: Over-hyped capabilities.
Features you'll never ever use.
Too-complex programming to get to simple chores. Some are simply overkill that Sharp engineered in for bragging rights IMO.
Certainly wouldn't recommend this unit for an elderly person---or even anyone who isn't particularly computer-savvy.
One feature I enjoy on two other m/w's that we own (G.E. and Sears), they return a "handle" dish to the exact location (rotation) where it was when you put it in the oven---Sharp missed this one.
Other Thoughts: Sharp tries to tell you " all the recipes" this m/w will cook automatically. Actually there are only five, for which they give you a two-page ink-jet recipe "sheet". Then Sharp markets to you (sells you) a hard-bound recipe book, which one must presume is designed to work hand-in-glove with this m/w. It doesn't---publishing probably predates the features of this m/w.
Also bought the "build-in" kit. Nice finished, but Sharp really should provide a paper template so that you get the screws in the EXACT location on the first try.
Would I buy it again or recommend? No.
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