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This review is from: New PCI-e PCI Express to 4 Port USB 3.0 VLI USB Hub Controller Card Adapter 5Gbps
Pros: Cheap and seems like a good way to add high speed USB ports to a system that doesn't have fast USB or not enough USB ports. Shipping was fairly fast.
Cons: The drivers are not an automatic find through windows update. They did come on a disk with the product but I'm not sure how up to date they are or if they will be able to be used on future operating systems.
Other Thoughts: This card took up my only slot of this type on my mainboard. It's back fits tightly up against the top of my large video card because of the location of the slots on my mainboard. The new USB hub is a small card so it shouldn't cause heat issues with the video card being so close to it.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: CREATIVE T3150W WIRELESS BLUETOOTH 2.1 SPEAKER (BLACK)
Pros: For computer speakers I've had better luck with Creative vs other brands such as Logitech. the Creative T3150W seem like great sound for the price and didn't disappoint. The bluetooth will come in handy someday.
Cons: No headphone jack.
They are not wireless as advertised. They are 100 percent WIRED, it is just that they have Bluetooth built in and can be used wireless through Bluetooth if you have another Bluetooth device that is able to connect to it. I noticed some devices such as an older HP Bluetooth wireless USB lobe will read the speaker as a creative headset and wont work while others such as my cell phone will find and read it perfectly.
Other Thoughts: They were a little smaller size wise than I expected but the sound is bigger than expected for the price. $33 and free shipping, that is a serious great price for these. Good job Newegg!READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Have owned the 25in version of this monitor for about 6 months and loved it so I bought the 27in version just for a console video gaming monitor since PC monitors look so much better than HD TV's do. I have to admit this was the answer. This monitor is alot of HIGH quality screen for the price. Plus it has an HDMI input and the screen can be set brighter than most monitors I've seen in the past.
P.S. Not even one dead pixel on both monitors. I wonder why HP gave these up for re branding? Anyway I'm glad they did.
Other Thoughts: I would suggest using something other than the VGA cable that is packed in the box with the monitor.READ FULL REVIEW