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Pros: I absolutely love this mouse. It fits my hand perfectly and moves with just the right sensitivity. Eight extra FPS in Call of Duty. Truly, this is the instrument with which creation was wrought.
Cons: Could be a touch heavier; crevices tend to get a little dirty; contrasts strongly with my dandruff.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: The range of motion of this monitor is exactly as advertised, and the picture quality is amazing. It looks much better when placed in portrait mode than any other monitor with which I've done the same. The base is very sturdy; this thing's not going anywhere. The brightness and contrast of the screen make my 23" Acer look like garbage.
Cons: It's heavy, it's hot, and it makes my 23" Acer look like garbage. My only real concern is power consumption - but if that were enough to drop an egg, I wouldn't be driving it with Fermi technology.
Other Thoughts: The individual pixels don't rotate with the screen, so sub-pixel font rendering doesn't work well when this monitor is rotated 90 degrees relative to another monitor with the same pixel orientation. Oh well.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: This is easily the fastest hard drive that I've ever used. I got it along with a refurbished Thinkpad T60 and put Lubuntu Linux on it - and the 6-year old laptop boots in all of 15 seconds. It was at the time the single best value for a solid-state disk of this size on Newegg, and I've never even come close to taxing its read/write speeds. Overall an awesome piece of hardware
Cons: The casing of this drive is tapered in such a way that the sides with the mounting holes aren't perpendicular, so I wasn't able to actually attach it to my laptop's hard drive caddy. However, it posed no real problems for me, and I doubt it will for most other purchasers.
Other Thoughts: I highly recommend this drive for use as the primary disk for laptops and the like; for a desktop, especially one that runs the 64-bit version of Windows 7, 32GB will likely be far too small.
Also, Red Hat's Disk Utility reports this drive as having a capacity of 32,017,047,552 bytes, or about 29.82GiB.