Date Joined: 02/12/19
Pros: This one is much larger and has better backup software. I trust the brand.
Cost can be high but I have a triple backup of all photos and this fits the job. I do not trust the cloud since the terms and conditions for personal use are not that protective for customers.
Cons: I had a Seagate backup 3.0 and it failed after 4 years. The controller board went bad.
Overall Review: Love it and trust it
Pros: -Solid built product
-Easy to install and store when not in use.
Cons: -Only one con if you use a hard case for your Tablet PC. I bought a Samsung A7 and a hard case and it was too wide for the slide to secure it. I do not hold the product for the failure but letting anyone else know to beware.
Overall Review: -Overall, does what it stated it would do. Am able to turn and adjust to fit my needs.
Pros: -All parts listed and bag included per descriptions
-Everything you need to begin flying
-It-Easy to set up and loved the way it was all packed.
Cons: - No cons on product or vendor.
Overall Review: -Strongly suggest you do your homework and understand this is not a toy. You will have to follow FAA rules even if you do not obtain a Commerical license.
- I purchased a hard case since I wanted this to survive sitting in the back of my truck.
- Picked up a landing pad, blade guards, and extended landing gear.
- Also, purchased a tablet since it is much easier to see a 10in screen than a 5 inch.
- Flys well and easy. Pictures and videos are awesome.
Pros: Simple and easy to install. Plug and play.
Overall Review: Great product
Pros: I have a 65in curve TV and so far love this for the PC games and watching movies.
Lots of features and works will with the NVIDA cards.
Clean and easy set up.
Cons: No cons at this time
Pros: Well worth the money and lower cost than other slower versions. Runs at speeds listed in product specs. MTFB is long enough to out live my use of the technology.
Cons: No cons.. Just if the BIOS sees it, then you will need to treat like a normal hard drive and assign it a drive number.
Pros: My last PC was liquid cool and 5 years old and no longer able to upgrade. So thought about building a new one. However, after many hours of looking at parts, price, time I would have to spend etc. I picked the ABS Nite Gaming Desktop. I never heard of this company and did some intel. Parts were easy to find and build was simple so took a chance.
*Clean cables config and easy setup
*Love the colors..Red, White on front fans and green back.
*All cables and documents were packed in the motherboard box.
*Silent running system
*Lots of mods to play with with GPU and on Bios.
* Can and does run 4 monitors. I hook all or mine up. New 31.9 MSI Curve, older HP 24in touch screen, HP 27in touch and another 24in from Sony.
Cons: The only con I have is I wished the OS and drivers were on a USB stick. Having no CDROM forces me to create a USB back up. But that is not a deal breaker or a knock on the product. Just a wish that would have put icing on the cake.
Overall Review: I also added a HP M2 NVME 512MB drive. Learned quickly not to put in the M2 slot near the power supply. That slots turns off the SATA connection to the other drives. So moved it and had to get the OS to see it. Games are much faster to load and run. Lastly, I can put personal data and encrypt it.