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Pros: good sound with bass boost
great battery life
controls on the device are handy.
Cons: auto-re-pairing can sometimes be glitchy
Other Thoughts: I use it with both my cell phone and computers
great for long phone calls --headset mode
Using it with a usb bluetooth adapter I keep with me, connecting the adaptor to wichever system i want, it works great for listening to music, movies, cd/dvd/BRD -- stereo mode. player function buttons.
using it for gaming it only supports headset mode.. so mic and mono only.. no stereo when using "voice" .. or..
gaming w/directsound works great when set in stereo mode, but no mic .. and still way better then having wires in the way.
The device supports 2 BT channels so it can only have headset w/mic or stereo not both.. but it's easy to switch between both.
I have put the drivers for the adapter on a usb drive for easy installs as I connect to different systems at work and home.
I use it almost every day and would buy another if I lost the one I have.
I bought this on sale with a gift certificate months ago and believe it's one of the best purchases for the money I've ever m
Pros: none, they don't work!
Cons: crashes constantly in gaming especially when using SLI Surround, loud fans, runs hot, exhaust into case, terrible support, rebates-?? been 4 months and nothing yet
Other Thoughts: promised a bios update from support and it never was sent.
mailed my rebates out and never recieved anything.
finally after several attempts to resolve crashing issues I recieved a RMA good for 15 days at my expense to ship both cards.
IT WOULD HAVE BEEN CHEAPER TO BUY A BETTER CARD FROM A DIFFERENT Manufacturer
NEVER Zotac again!
Pros: lots of room, good ventilation, e-sata in front panel, decent cable management, speed controller for top fan,
easilly fit long graphics cards. I didn't use the included drive cages, so I can't comment on those. I used 3 x 3in2 hot swap cages instead. Even with the extra long cages, backplanes, and wiring, I still had no problem fitting twin GTX 280s with room to spare.
Cons: The area behind the motherboard tray could be a little deeper, pretty difficult to get sheathed cables to cross over each other without bulging the side panel.
Other Thoughts: Big case--make sure you have room for it.
This case should have been designed with an eighth expansion slot for a double wide card on a bottom mobo slot.
A side fan speed controller and LED on/off switch would have been nice also.
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