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This review is from: Sceptre 40" Class (38.5" Diag.) 1080p 60Hz LCD HDTV X408BV-FHD
Pros: Good color and brightness, 3 HDMI inputs, inexpensive, 39", 1080p. Remote is straightforward and easy to hold. No complaints. Good TV, especially for the price.
Cons: Not really a downside, but you'll want to play with the sound equalizer settings after unboxing. For some reason, it's factory set to sound tinny, but that's easily fixed.
Other Thoughts: Be sure to use the included screwdriver and screws to permanently attach the base.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: Patriot Axle 32GB USB 2.0 Flash Drive (Red) Model PSF32GAUSB
Pros: Physically tiny, has no annoying LEDs, the cover is permanently attached and therefore difficult to lose, and it holds 32GB.
Cons: This thing is SLOW. Dog slow. Grass growing slow. Copying a 2GB file to it right now and it is taking 8 minutes. I originally intended to store a photo library on it, but it's even slower when copying multiple files. 16GB of photos took literally hours. I have it formatted as HFS+; it's possible that a different format will yield different results.
Other Thoughts: I guess if you need something cheap and tiny to write to once that holds 32GB, this might work. Not recommended for any other purpose.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: This case is much more roomy than other Mini ITX cases I've seen. It's thus a bit bigger than some might like, but it accommodates a full-size DVD drive and 3.5" hard drive, so if you're looking to build on the cheap, this is the way to go. 250W power supply can't be beat; no chance of underpowering the Intel D945GCLF I'm running inside. The mirrored appearance on the front and glossy black exterior is pretty slick-looking, too.
Cons: Maybe a bit big if you're looking to build a tiny computer. But if you're just looking to build a system that has roughly the footprint of a mini tower case and a third the height (when arranged horizontally), this is the case for you.
Other Thoughts: I think the ability to maneuver inside this case outweighs its slightly-larger size, and it's certainly attractive sitting on one's desk.READ FULL REVIEW