Date Joined: 07/29/08
Pros: Works great, nothing special, it is what it is.
Cons: I have the same model version that I bought about a year or two ago and the current version seems to be more cheaply made. I can hold the new keyboard and flex it whereas the older one I have is rigid. Not a big deal since the keyboard sits on the desk and is not meant to be a weapon.
Overall Review: I am fan of Logitech products, so I always default to them when it comes to keyboards and mice combos.
Pros: The touch screen was just what we needed for our kids to do their e-Learning
Cons: Not a a real con since it works as advertised but would be nice if it had a USB-C connector.
Overall Review: I contemplate on getting a second one since most touch screen monitors are small, cheap or too expensive. This one hit the sweet spot at being in the middle for price and size.
Pros: Year and a half later and still no problems.
Pros: Never had a problem, going on 20 months of daily use in an HTPC
Pros: 2 year and still running strong
Cons: none when i bought it. (cheaper back than)
Pros: It works, pulled it out of the case to use in a HTPC.
Cons: Kept coming up with errors, ran the Seagate tools with no change.
Pros: It works for what it specs out to be, price was good.
Cons: Updating the Asus software to the latest versions caused my case fan to shut down (with the pc on). I had another issue with the Asus software where it prevented my maching from shutting down properly. Spent hours troubleshooting every setting, removing every component one by one, until I finally removed the ASUS software (the Asus control panel (I think called AI)NOT the drivers). After removing it, everything worked great.
Pros: it works
Pros: it does what it is supposed to do. Transfer information and stay put.
Overall Review: Like others have written, make sure you buy the length that you need, I have a tall case in which these would not reach from the top to the bottom of the MB. But I did have longer ones, so I just moved the cables to different components.
Pros: It reads cards and has an extra USB 3.0 port in the front.
Cons: wish the USB 3.0 plug was integrated with the reader. (see below)
Overall Review: Nothing against the reader, but first look at your MB to see if it actually has a port (pin style not the USB cable) that is 3.0. My MB had six but all were 2.0 and the USB 3.0 (black cable in photo) on the reader is just an extension that connects from the outside of the PC panel in the back.
Pros: Has 2 USB plug-in ports, when the next phone comes out with a different adapter, I will not have to buy a new charger.
Cons: none so far
Overall Review: should have bought it before buying my last charger
Pros: It does what I need it to, which is extend my wireless network and provide a 1gb LAN.
Cons: Need CD to access unit, old ones did not need this to access. Web interface did not work well, would lock up after saving changes. And I did update the firmware.
Overall Review: I am a big Linksys fan since my WRT-54G (what a champ, never any problems, no reboots, no mods necessary. With this unit, I (like others) opted to install DD-WRT, big difference in UI accessability. E2000 has been running a few weeks without re-booting or problems (I tried D-link-2 dead units not getting them again)
Pros: It works
Cons: A little bit expense as compared to the others, but this one had a lot of great reviews, so why chance it?
Overall Review: the swivel head is great to have
Pros: price was good
Cons: seagate software showed HD as defective, so had to return it.
Overall Review: waiting for #2. had to pay to ship it back, so discounts are gone because of having to return it. Its my first bad HD from Seagate, going on fifteen since given up on WD.
Pros: They work great for movies, I typ. burn at 4x for movies, sometimes at 16x, but have not had one fail yet. (through 65 disk so far)