Date Joined: 04/16/06
Pros: Works like you would think it would. If you break it that's on you, don't blame the construction on your heavy handedness.
Pros: Runs everything I've thrown at it smoothly at my max (1920x1080) res. Beyond that I couldn't say, but it seems to me to be a smooth operator.
Pros: It works smoothly as long as the adapter is not hidden behind the machine or within a metal framework. At the moment I have a rack in my media room, with the adapter on the back USB port I get a bad response from the puter, but if I keep the adapter on the front (ie not hidden within the metal framework) I have no problems, just smooth operation.
Pros: Works and doesn't smell the joint up. Have to be extremely sensitive for it to bother you. I don't smell a thing.
Pros: Much easier to set in a rack with these than using just a nut/bolt from the depot. Works as you would hope if you have had ant experience with a rack which I obviously didn't prior.
Pros: on a 1055T. It's quieter then the stock cooler and works at least as well.
Pros: It's a tripod. Does what it's supposed to with no complaints...
Pros: Fairly quick little machine as is, pop a SSD in and get a very noticeable increase in responsiveness. Bought this machine for my wife, smaller size and longer battery life sold me on it. Turns out the wife is thrilled with it. 6-8 hours battery life, just her size of machine, snappy performance and shes in love.
Cons: Does not come with an actual windows disk which slightly complicates a clean reinstall on a SSD.
Overall Review: A little searching for the right info is required to get a clean install which was really annoying.