Date Joined: 08/04/11
Pros: Slim (like the edge of a DVD case slim)
Lots of adjustment options
Cons: No HDMI, but it says that in the discription so I knew before buying
Stand: can wobble a little but not bad enough to take away a star
Not a standard power connector, has an external brick (to be expected in a monitor this thin)
Overall Review: I bought this to use as a second monitor for my 17" laptop, I was using a 1280x1024 CRT, but it sucked energy and was only a 17"
This is great for photoshop, I work with high res pictures and this is waay better than my laptops 1366x768 screen.
Very satisfied for $140!
Pros: Higher read/write speeds than my old 4GB sandisk.
Benchmarks new then old:
(with a 1000MB file with 16kb allocation units)
New; 32GB NTFS: Read-23.571MBs/Write-5.493MBs
New; 32GB FAT32: Read-23.804MBs/Write-5.489MBs
Old; 4GB FAT32: Read-16.747MBs/Write-4.093MBs
Cons: Not really a con (actually a nice suprise), the color of the slider is red instead of white.
Feels a tad cheaper than my old 4gb.
Overall Review: People need to get over the keychain thing. If you dont have a ring off your old drive you could put on it, just stick a paperclip through the notch and get on with life.
The people with the bad reviews are not even verified owners. Just thought I'd point that out.
I have never had an issue with sandisk drives. It all started with the 1gb micro cruzer...