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Pros: *Sturdy Design
*Has a decent amount of cushion
*3.5" hard drives won't move around
*Good for PC Cards, RAM, etc. too
Cons: *No actual locking mechanism
*Not much cushion for top of hard drive
*Metal part of case seems thin
Other Thoughts: This INEO case has a lot going for it, mostly the cheaper prices than the $200+ Turtle cases that most technicians use. It's more of a toolbox with extra cushion for hard drives. With that being said I don't like that there's no way of adding a lock to it for security. There's also little padding on the top of the case so if you were to drop the case upside down who knows what might happen.
If you just need to organize numerous hard drives laying about then this is perfect, but if you're looking for something more secure or to travel around with I'd say look elsewhere.
This review is from: Turtle Beach Call of Duty: Black Ops II Ear Force Limited Edition Earbuds
Pros: *Clear voice and audio on calls
Cons: *Not much bass as this is a headset meant for communication within gaming
*Sound gets annoyingly "scratchy" at high volumes
*Rather small earbuds
*Occasionally mutes for no reason
Other Thoughts: These were like 70 dollar earbuds on sale for 10 and TurtleBeach doesn't usually disappoint in terms of their higher end headsets so I thought I'd give them a try. Off the bat I noticed the audio was clear, with music I could hear all the instruments, but there was no "kick/bass".
While Turtlebeach advertises that these are good for music as well I have to say first and foremost Turtlebeach is a gaming communication company so gaming communication comes first. So these are obviously tuned more towards communicating (in which you don't need bass) rather than listening to music. So if I were using these on a PSP they would be fine as I'd be able to hear the game sounds and my friends talking equally well, but for music it falls flat.
This review is from: Microsoft Xbox 360 Wired Controller Black/Glossy Black
Pros: Faster than wireless
No more replacing batteries
Cons: Cable is TOO long
Cable permanently is a lot less flexible after being exposed to cold
Cable gets tangled too easily
Controllers easily gets shortened out and doesn't last long
Other Thoughts: I've owned a couple of these wired controllers after being frustrated with signal drops and the couple millisecond delay with the wireless ones. There's absolutely no difference between the two except for the core concepts of wired and wireless. I haven't had a wired controller make it past the 6 month mark though because of numerous of issues surrounding these controllers.
To new buyers: They are NOT meant to last. These aren't the original PS1 controllers that lasted decades even with all the muck and grime built up on them. The cord easily gets tangled and shortens out. The material the cord is made of does not handle cold well as once exposed it becomes less flexible and not easy to work with because of its length. With a cable this long they should made the entire thing detachable so that it can be switched out for smaller lengths.