Date Joined: 03/10/14
Pros: Simple, cheap, quite. Dont expect to do accelerated graphics or much anything beyond web/video/word processing. Many of the embedded solutions have 204 SO-DIMM slots which is a deal breaker for me. Our computer lab has several 240 pin sticks laying around and worked well. I would recommend spending the extra 10$ on the Q1900M however, it is the quad core variant of this board.
Cons: None if you understand what this board is for
Overall Review: Depends on what you expect to do with your build. If you understand this isnt an i7 with bleeding edge performance than youll be happy with this board but I would still recommend the quad core version (Q1900M)
Pros: Very fast. First I've seen faster than the SanDisk Extreme IIs. Achieved 30gbpm transfer rate while mirroring two of these with a Maximum VII Hero board using clonezilla. Solid all metal housing that doesnt flex like other SSDs and sleek finish.
Cons: None. You get what you pay for so I'm happy with the price.