Newegg.com - A great place to buy computers, computer parts, electronics, software, accessories, and DVDs online. With great prices, fast shipping, and top-rated customer service - once you know, you Newegg.
If you are reading this message, Please click this link to reload this page.(Do not use your browser's "Refresh" button). Please email us if you're running the latest version of your browser and you still see this message.
Showing Results: Most Recent
This review is from: Syma S032 RC Helicopter Metal Series with Gyro - Red
Pros: Durable....I don't know what anyone is doing with this thing to break it, but as long as you kill the throttle before it hits something it's fine. Dropped many times from 3-6ft straight drop and haven't broken it yet.
Also the battery life is pretty good, I can have 10-15 mins of flying for less then an hour of charging.
Cons: The beginner/advanced toggle switch increases the max rpm of the tail motor (aka goes forward faster). I wish there was another level above advanced for small winds. To fly outside you need to have a calm day.
Other Thoughts: I'm really glad I bought this, maybe I should get a bigger one next!READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Fast, it was worth every penny. Props to Newegg for a quick delivery too! Bought this for a new system build and I was not disappointed.
Cons: This was my first build, only trouble I had was with the push pins on the heat-sink/fan. Once I got it secured, I powered on and enjoyed the blazing fast speeds.
Other Thoughts: I don't know why people keep posting reviews about how the 100 MHz difference between this and the 2600 isn't worth the extra money. I can read specs too, so if I see it's $50 more bucks for 100 MHz and choose to spend the money, good! However, the main reason I bought this instead of the 2600 is because of QC. From the research I've done, I've found that the 2700 is the 2600 with a little overclock (common sense I know). However, I spent the extra money when I found out that Intel cherry picks the highest quality 2600's to create the 2700's. So in the end, you're paying more for the best 2600's with 100MHz boost.READ FULL REVIEW