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Easily installed into my Lenovo y700. I've used crucial for all my builds in the last ten years and have never had any problems. This is no exception.
It's great, but I'm taking off one star because the companion compendium, The 2009-2014 Outlook for Steel Toilet Covers in Lesser China, is not yet available.
This product is great for polishing your nails without the worry of spilling the polish bottle. This product is ideal when the availability of a flat surface to hold your polish isn't available. Tweexy keeps the bottle accessible and makes it very easy to coat the brush from any angle without the fear of spilling. It also helps to provide control as you polish, especially for the "odd" hand. Only negative for me, I have very small hands/short fingers, and the Tweexy with the bottle of polish is quite tall. I have to really adjust my hand to reach the nails over the bottle to see what I am doing. Otherwise, great innovative product and the price is fair.
This is good, dark coffee at a reasonable price. I worried that it would not work in my Keurig 2.0 but so far so good.
I bought this "upgrade" from Nero 2012 today and found so many issues and bugs that I cannot even list them all. I've sent am email to Nero's tech support, asking for a refund but I do not expect that to end well.
I usually purchase from my local market because it goes on sale every so often but recently it has been full price prompting me to look on line. Paid $8 less on line for the same thing. Easy to use and really helps me to feel better every 4-6 months.
Once I figured out which end to remove the cap to adjust the length, no problem with install. On mine, the "front"/"back" sticker location indicated the correct side to remove the cap to adjust width of bars. Install was fairly simple (used ladder with one knee on top of car :) and there is no noise. Just need a kayak now to go on top of them!