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This review is from: WINTEC FileMate 8GB Professional Class 10 Secure Digital SDHC Card - Retail
Pros: Bought 3, results are consistent to 2%:
9.89 MB/s sustained write on single/large files
4.39 MB/s sustained write on thousands of tiny files
Switching from a class 4 made my camcorder stop crashing at 3 minutes of video recorded. Very pleased.
Cons: shotgun/acid/chainsaw proof retail packaging
Other Thoughts: Shipped two days from NJ to OH on free eggsaver. Gotta love newegg.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Monitor continues to prove itself worthy against any other non-touch monitor. Picture quality is better than 5 other LCDs in the house.
Cons: This capacitor whine noise is really getting aggravating. You ever have a monitor that squeals when the picture changes fast, such as scrolling or full screen video? It's not loud enough to overpower the speakers or anything, but when there are no sounds in the room it's like listening to an orchestra of insects inside the monitor. It's NOT my tower, b/c turning off the monitor or UAC popup (which blacks out the screen) makes the sound go away completely. So it's a noisy CFL inverter in the backlight maybe? Either way, I'm debating exchanging it.
Other Thoughts: It's so awesome that this horribly aggravating Con didn't even knock an egg off.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Picture quality is on par with any non-touch monitor under the same price category - contrast and brightness are plenty high for indoor use.
Plug and play compatibility with my Windows 7 64Ult box, didn't even need the driver cd.
There's some unadvertised weight in the back, keeping it from falling forward. I think it was a byproduct of having the touch controls, but I like that it isn't all light and flimsy like my other two (non touch) 23" monitors.
Cons: It's only been a couple hours here - so don't take this too seriously, but I couldn't get the HDMI connection to display at full frame. I had to switch to a DVI interface to get the screen to show full size. It could have just been a video card setting that eluded me. ATI Radeon 5700 series card.
Other Thoughts: this is the best 30th birthday present ever. Soooo many educational opportunities for our baby, and I'm going nutso over eJukebox too.
U can't get a lot of features in the all-in-one PC's yet, like a VESA mount, HDMI interface, or upgradability. So I got this and plan to acquire a tinytower for the same price. I shall call it "all in two".