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Pros: IPS panel looked great, nice color palette, wide viewing angles, was very impressed while it was working.
Cons: Extremely wobbly stand, no HDMI input. I had this display on a table with a DVI-D to HDMI converter sticking out of the back of it which made it even more wobbly. You can guess what happened next. It tipped over and fell on it's face catching the edge of the keyboard which SHATTERED THE DISPLAY internally. Needless to say I was VERY displeased that it broke so easily.
Other Thoughts: Sucks that I had it for a couple of days and I now have to eat the cost of this piece of garbage. No more poorly built LG displays for me!READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: ONKYO TX-NR616 7.2-Channel THX Certified Network A/V Receiver
Pros: 7.2 surround was great, while it worked. Worked with both HDMI TVs and projectors.
Cons: The HDMI board died just before warranty ran out, but I could not find a place local that would service it (Colorado). Sending it back to their main service location in California meant waiting AT LEAST two months to even have it diagnosed, and there are plenty of stories of people having it returned as Working but still broken. Clearly they have a huge warranty backlog on their garbage products.
Other Thoughts: Stay away from Onkyo. I replaced it with a Pioneer receiver which I should have bought in the first place.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: Rosewill RHB-620 (RIUH-11002) 4-Port USB 3.0 Hub
Pros: Works well as a USB 3 hub, good speed.
Cons: It is big and cumbersome for a road warrior like me. The included cable is way too long for a "hub" where you just need port expansion off a laptop.
Other Thoughts: Carry the power brick with you too, you'll need it if you plug in devices requiring power, like an external hdd.READ FULL REVIEW