Pros: this little computer measures in at 7.5"x5.5"x1.5" about the size of a decent hard covered book.so far i'm very impressed with this little tower,i added 4 gigs of ddr3 1600 ram and a cheap samsung SSD and the speed is excellent.after letting it run for a hour running prime 95 the case was warm. yes it will run 1600 speed DDR3.
Cons: i really can't think of any,if anything the bios is sparse no way to tweak anything.
Pros: Runs 10W at idle w/mechanical laptop drive installed, 15W with CPU at full load. No fan. Has WiFi built-in, though that's not obvious until you load the Intel WiFi driver. 32-bit Win 7 installed fine, w/4 gig RAM. Used the unmanaged RAM as a RAM disk for temp stuff.
Cons: BIOS is minimal, for instance, no "what to do after power loss" option. USB stick booting is unreliable -- couldn't boot Win install USB stick, would hang most of the time. Save yourself time and frustration and use a USB drive. Mem stick that came with drivers and manual is dangerous, it's thickness at the sides ruined the two USB ports in my tower... only attempt to read the USB in the foxconn ports, which seem designed to physically accept it. No fans, but there is...
Pros: Works great, good price, does what 32bit is supposed to do. But this is not a powerhouse to do super complicated networking, gaming, or computations, media server... possibly, but I wouldn't make it my first choice.