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Pros: The box it came in was completely unlabelled. I opened it, and apart from bubble wrap and an ESD bag, the only thing was the hard drive. No manual, no random swag, or useless DVDs. Perfect packaging. Plugged it in, worked without issue.
Cons: I had to go into my motherboard's manual to see how to plug the power in correctly. It has more plugs than I need so I wasn't sure which to use. A small, one sheet diagram of basic SATA/Power connections would have been useful in the box.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: I've never owned a decent monitor in my life (always used laptops without the extra monitor). Since I recently built a new desktop, I needed a monitor to go with it and am not disappoint with this one. I heard the Dell Ultrasharps are the king of the hill for monitors, but I didn't want to shell out ~$500 so after comparing the specs for a similarly sized Dell, I came across this guy. The reviews looked good and the price was right. When I got it, it was super easy to put together and worked like it should. No dead pixels, no complaints. Looks great.
Cons: The plastic casing seems a bit cheap, and the buttons aren't great (i.e. cheap buttons, poorly placed kind of under the monitor, don't actuate nicely...). But I don't think I'll be using the buttons much so again, not a big deal for me.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: I got these IEMs for free with a monitor I puchased so I did no "reading" or research on quality IEMs. But when I got these they came in a nice little pouch for good storage, nice unexpected bonus. They fit well in my hears and the sound is fine... but I'm not audiophile. Given I paid $0 for them, I'm pretty happy.
Cons: 1. The soft-rubber in-ear piece kind flips inside out when I take them out. Probably because I put them in too hard or something. Not a huge deal though.
2. The wire feels cheap, which means, I don't know how long they will last me. The wire is kind of short too: Good for phone (i.e. pocket) to head distances, less good for desktop to head distances.