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This review is from: ASUS Cerberus Gaming Headset for PC and Mobile
Pros: volume/mic controls on the wire
braided cord with good length
Cons: volume/mic controls are too high up on the wire
headphones can be a bit tight
Other Thoughts: I've had this headset for a couple weeks now and they sound very good. However they were a bit tight on my head and after 20 minutes or so they began to make the area around my ears sore. I had to physically bend the wires on top to lessen the squeeze on my brain and now they feel much better. I know I voided my warranty doing this but I'm fine with that. The ear pads are quite large they actually fit around my whole ear. However, due to that they also seal tightly and do not allow any air movement to escape. Thus listening to loud music, etc... can be dangerous to your eardrums. The volume control is up on the wire too high that it touches/rubs my chest which can inadvertently make the volume go up/down. There isn't enough cord length between the headphones and the volume control to clip it to my shirt and also have a little slack in the line otherwise I would clip it to my shirt. The location of the volume control on the wire wasn't thought out very well or maybe it was a very small person that did the quality testing? It has a braided cord which is a plus. I would recommend this to anyone looking for over the ear headphones.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Seems to be working fine. Keys feel nice.
Cons: Mine did not come with the 8 extra keys or the key puller. The so called wrist rest is a joke... maybe it's fine for a child. The keys are a bit close but not terrible. The plastic piece over the indicator lights for the NumLock/CapsLock/ScrollLock makes it harder to see the light when it's on.
Other Thoughts: I won't send it back over the missing 8 bonus keys, however I've been a Newegg customer for numerous years and it is sad when you order a product that has missing pieces. I may have to considering taking my business elsewhere, which would be sad as well, but I don't like paying for stuff I don't get... it's the principal.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: ASRock Z75 Pro3 LGA 1155 Intel Z75 HDMI SATA 6Gb/s USB 3.0 ATX Intel Motherboard
Pros: Very good motherboard for the price!
Cons: The PS/2 port was dead but I bought a USB keyboard instead of sending the MoBo back.
There are no other cons for this so long as you buy new as opposed to "open Box". See "other thoughts" for more details.
Other Thoughts: I also bought this exact same motherboard but the "open box" version... Be aware that ASRock treats "open Box" purchases as "out of warranty" items. Which means you have to pay a 50.00 service charge...(as of Aug. 1, 2014) and considering the open box motherboard here at Newegg is 60.49 with a 6.05 shipping fee and the new motherboard is 66.99 with FREE shipping...you only save 45 cents! So buy the NEW motherboard! Newegg doesn't allow "Reviews" on open box items.... so there's no way to let you people know what you may face when buying a specific "open box" item.READ FULL REVIEW