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This review is from: 50 Pack Smartbuy 8X DVD+R DL 8.5GB Dual Layer Logo Top Blank Media Recordable Disc
Pros: Ditto Cecil S:
No coasters, work just the way they're supposed to.
Also - The pre-printed lines are easy to write on.
Also - burn speed was 4-8x, same as the pricier media.
Cons: Ditto Cecil S:
Other Thoughts: Ditto Cecil S:
What more can I say? They're inexpensive and they work.
This review is from: Acer B326HUL ymiidphz Black 32" 6ms WQHD Dual HDMI Widescreen LED Backlight LCD Monitor VA Panel 300 cd/m2 ACM 100,000,000:1 (3000:1), Built-in Speakers & USB Hub 3.0, Height adjustable
Pros: Ditto John N's review exactly.
I've bought some smaller Acer' LCDs for budget-conscious customers over the years. I've come to know that they have a good price/value ratio and are reliable.
At first I was hesitant to invest in this monitor for my own use, thinking it was going to be substandard in some way. I didn't want to get "quality-cheap" on myself for a business tool that I use 8-10 hours a day. Well, that thinking was just flat out wrong. I can't think of anything negative to say about this monitor.
So . . . 5 Eggs it is!
Other Thoughts: I only noticed the color shift when I have a completely solid color screen; like the blue screen I see before the Win8 logon dialog. Since that's a rare occasion, no egg deduction for me.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: I have several of these RX25-AT-SC cases and am satisfied. Ignore the "320GB" spec. I have a new inexpensive 500GB WD Caviar Blue in there and it works fine. Other people have even larger cap drives.
Cons: eSATA cable fix: Hold the eSATA cable (that came with my Rosewill RX25-AT-SC external case) in one hand. You will notice that the top and the bottom of the connector is metal, and that on both the top and bottom, there is a little lip/tab out on the end that sticks up. I suppose that little lip/tab is suppose to snap inside the eSATA connector on the HP Pavilion dv7-1464nr laptop, and hold the cable in, or help center the connector on the internal pins. Take a small screw driver and bend that little lip up some more. I'm suspecting that the cable is not made quite to eSATA design specs and is not making contact with either the contacts on the cable, or the contacts on the laptop. Maybe the connector in the laptop is not to specs, who knows. Anyway, my cable now has the little lips/tabs maybe 1-2mm (~1/64") off the plastic part of the connector. Plug in the modified cable and plug in USB power. I now have cheap eSATA cable joy.
Other Thoughts: Hey, I didn't even expect an eSATA cable to come with it. Just wish I had tested the cable with another known good one before I wasted 6 hours debugging the problem. Consider having an extra quality eSATA cable around for the day this one flakes out. Would give 5 stars if the cable had worked out of the box. There you go . .READ FULL REVIEW