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This review is from: RAZER Ferox 2 x 3W 2.0 Speakers
Pros: Small, High quality constuction, "OK" Sound.
Cons: Charging lights, No USB support for Audio, no Bluetooth, and Limited product documents.
Other Thoughts: These speakers are very well made, in-expensive speakers that produce “ok” sound. The sound quality is greater than you would expect from the device after you see the IRL size, and can be improved if you play with your computer equalizer and add some bass. They would work well for MP3 Players, laptops, and even PC's. The video on Newegg says they can provide PC and Laptop audio via the USB or 3.5mm Jack. So far from what I can tell the USB is for charging only. When I picked these up I assumed they would have Bluetooth on them. They do not- so even though you can charge them up and take them with you, you still need a cable to plug them in. Over all if you are looking for a well put together compact speaker that can provide its own power while on the go- these would be a nice fit as long as you don’t mind the cable going from your mobile device to your speakers. I am using them as small PC speakers, because I do not want large loud speakers for my home use. They provide good sound and I keep them plugged in at all times. The only drawback I see at this point is the blue charging lights flash almost all the time, it can be distracting to the eye. I will write up another review in a few weeks.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Low expense
Works with out issue
Cons: None that I can think of now.
Other Thoughts: If you are looking at this rather than a Blu-ray burner you are probably not looking to spend much but need a dvd reader if not burner.. Look no further. I caught this on sale for like 16 bucks-- worth....READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: This mother board from ASUS is very good. Easy to use point and click bios- easy over clocking if you are new to it. It has many additional features that stand out as well.
-Lots of USB3 ports
-more than enough fan controllers
Cons: The plastic clip for the PCIe Ports, they looks/feels like the clips used on RAM but they don't work very well and I had one lock closed and didn't open with out popping off. I took the rest off rather than risk prying/pushing on the mother board in future changes. When you screen in your video card-- it stays in place-- no clips required. Over all the PCIe Clips seemed cheesy and not up to ASUS standard.
Other Thoughts: Its good for the money. haswell + lots of ram speed options. Has 8x8 or 16/8/8 if you want to do sli so not bad at all there-
Over all good board-