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Pros: Got this for my 80 year old father, so he can search the web and check email. Plenty fast for him. He loves it. Tablet and laptop in one. Touch screen (which is good for my father as he struggles with a mouse). Nice keyboard. IPS screen is not the best, but beats TN any day. Movies still look good. Immediately upgraded from Android 4.2 to 4.3. Screen brightness is sufficient. Seems to hold a charge for about 6 hours when watching movies. For the money, and the $50 rebate, this is a great deal.
Cons: Funky proprietary charger. Not a fan, but it works. When using as a tablet, edges of tablet are a little sharp, so it is not the most comfortable to hold. MicroSD slot is not spring loaded on tablet. To remove microSD card in most tablets, you push the bottom of the card and it springs out. Not with this tablet. I had to use tweezers to pull it out. MicroSD card works though just fine. Saw this for $20 less a week later. Argh!
Other Thoughts: Been using for about 3 weeks. So far so good. While there is a fair list of cons, for the price, this is still a great tablet for the price.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: Yamaha EPH-C300 In-Ear Headphones, White
Pros: Good sound. Nice design. Comfortable. Great deal at $14.95. Extra silicon ear bids so you can size these to fit your ears. Stay in my ears while exercising.
Cons: Bass, while fairly deep can be a little muddy. Can't really complain for the price I paid so no egg deducted.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Fairly compact. Informative LCD screen. Front charging ports for phone or tablet. Alarm function. Good software. Great price on sale at $164.95. Works with my 850 watt PSU just fine.
Cons: Heavy (as expected).READ FULL REVIEW