Pros: I bought 4 of these for a local library and 1 more for a High School. Had no issues with any of the 5 I bought. All worked fine out of the box and were speedy enough to satisfy basic needs. Web/Email etc... Haven't had to deal with tech support and hope never have to.
Cons: I really don't like small cases with non standard power supplies, but the price was right and it is a compact unit so I opted for it despite the PSU.
Summary: After initial set-up, I have had no problems with it. I have it going into an Onkyo TX-SR607 Receiver (HDMI Input) and then out to a 57" Hitachi rear projection CRT HDTV (HDMI out). It took me a while to get it to look decent on my TV but that is just because it is an older rear projection HDTV.
Pros: Small footprint. Low power consumption. Integrated HDMI. Strong 802.11 b/g/n wireless with external antenna with suction cup on the bottom of antenna.
Cons: When I powered it up for the first time, it went into the BIOS. It kept going into the BIOS with each subsequent power-on. You would think that the computer would already be pre-configured. The instructions are very vague but I finally realized I had to press the <Alt>+<F10> keys after the "Power...