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No dead pixels
Cons: Not really a con but I bought 3 at the same time for my nVidia Surround for my 3 eVGA GTX Titans , 2 of the monitors have a warm tint color and the third monitor has a cooler tint , all are at factory default , not really noticeable still can do color correction.
Other Thoughts: I bought a forth so when I surround game I have a desktop above for whatever , I'm using a ERGOTRON 45-243-026 LX Wall Mount LCD Arm.
I picked up my 3 monitors from a Newegg Warehouse in NJ than rather have it shipped to me messed up from UPS or FedEx. My fourth monitor is shipping from CA all well XD
This review is from: Klipsch Reference RW-12d 12" Powered Subwoofer Each w/ New box
Pros: Clean tight low bass of course after tuning it which alot of people don't do.
Control's are easy to get used to quick ,plus you can save or default settings.
Came to my house in perfect condition the first time .
Built-in IR sensor for some compatible remotes.
Cons: None really , but it don't have a LFE input I had to use a Y-splitter to the Left and Right inputs or it wont sound right.
Other Thoughts: Can't wait to get my other Klipsch speakers. People please tune and play your music at a comfortable level and listen for each instrument , too much bass or tremble will cancel out alot of sound for yours ears to hear.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: Microsoft Windows 8 Professional 64-bit (Full Version)
Pros: Updated OS and IE10.
Updated for SSD's.
Good for Touchscreen pc's only.
Cons: Have to relearn how to use and where stuff is.
MetroUI is simple but garbage, bad controls and Nav.
Trying to turn a desktop into a smartphone.
No Start menu.
Other Thoughts: Microsoft here's an idea make win8 desktop edition with the start menu back and NO metroUI!! , the trend of tablets and smartphone's doesn't work for desktops pc's, a desktop is a desktop. Yea it might work with touchscreen pc's but most people in the world have a basic screen , keyboard and mouse, nothing beats a KeyBoard and Mouse.
Again a desktop is a desktop UI , a smartphone is a smartphone UI get it?
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