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This review is from: Seiki 40" 1080p 60Hz LED TV - SE40FY27
Pros: Great picture. Nice size for the money.
Cons: It only has one combined component/composite AV input. The rest are all HDMI, which presented a problem for connecting my older DVD player and Nintendo Wii at the same time. The speakers are a little wimpy too.
Other Thoughts: I was able to overcome the issue of only having one component input by getting a component switch box. Given the price, it was still a good deal. Also, it has HDMI ports a'plenty, so if all of your equipment is relatively modern, this shouldn't be a problem for you. I don't watch a great deal of TV, so when my old one bit the dust, I didn't need anything too advanced to replace it. This would be fine for a guest room, kids playroom, or other such uses where you don't need anything too fancy and don't want to sink a lot of money into it.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: Sterling Silver Rhodium Peridot Diamond Butterfly Heart Pendant 0.93ct
Pros: She liked it? Her response was something to the effect of, "Oooooo! That's beautiful! Thank you!" I got a hug and a kiss out of the deal too.
Cons: Not really anything to say here. It looked as advertised and she liked it.
Other Thoughts: It was shipped in a little plastic ziplock in a big yellow envelope, so there was pre-staging and preparation needed before presenting it to her. I put it on the silver chain I got her, and then put it in the pretty presentable box the chain was shipped in. It wasn't a big deal though - if you aren't used to doing a little unboxing and setup on something before its ready for use, why are you shopping at Newegg?READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: Rosewill RCX-Z90-CP 92mm Long Life Sleeve CPU Cooler
Pros: This was a replacement for a factory heatsink where the plastic brackets had broken. It was inexpensive compared to what you pay for other similar coolers.
Cons: You get what you pay for. The list plastic tabs that are supposed to hold this heavy metal contraption to the motherboard broke as soon as I turned the tab to lock it in place. Only one of the four tabs actually snapped into place and worked as it was supposed to.
Other Thoughts: If they had spent 50 cents more and used real metal screws instead of cheap plastic tabs, this would have been a 5 star review. As it was, I had to remove the broken plastic tabs, go to the hardware store, buy four 5/8" M3 .50 screws and washers, and attach the heatsink to the existing metal bracket under the motherboard. Once I did that, it worked great! Otherwise, it would have been an RMA, and my friend would be without a computer right now.READ FULL REVIEW