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Pros: USB-3 ports and buttons at the top of the case for easy access, pleasant design without being too flashy. All the metal edges inside the case are rolled so you won't cut your fingers, and there seems to be plenty of space for large video cards, and it comes with 2 large fans (front + back). Everything inside is painted black and looks nice.
Cons: The metal throughout is pretty thin and a bit flexy compared to some other cases I've had, and the thumbscrews for the rear panels can be a bit harder to loosen up than others.
Other Thoughts: decent case for the price. inverted setup with the power supply on the bottom is nice, though it's not separated from the rest of the case. But over all, it looks and performs like it should.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: PNY 16GB microSDHC Flash Card for Tablet PCs Model P-SDU16G10TEFM1
Pros: works in my phone perfectly, and is fast enough that I don't notice any lag or slow down with apps.
Other Thoughts: My phone (and many others) store apps on the SD card, so getting a fast card is a must if you want good performance out of your phone. I know some users complained about a bit of lag with this phone in stock form, but with this SD card, I haven't experienced any at all.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: Eagle Aspen P7003AP 3-Way 2600 MHz Splitter
Pros: Cheap, and it works splitting the cable signal in our condo to two TVs and a modem. Didn't notice any signal loss or internet slow down.
Other Thoughts: from past experience, I know some poor quality splitters can cause problems with HD tv signals. Not sure if the 2.6ghz frequency range makes a difference, but as far as I know, it doesn't hurt.READ FULL REVIEW