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This review is from: Logitech G930 USB Connector Circumaural Wireless Gaming Headset
Pros: Great fit for people with big ears like me. Very comfortable. Decent sound.
Cons: Headset constantly disconnects and sometimes does it multiple times in a row. This is unacceptable. I thought it was just the first pair I had and I made the mistake of buying a second pair. It did the exact same thing. I'm not an idiot and made sure that there was nothing that would cause intrusion or interference on the signal. Nothing could have impinged on the signal to and from the transceiver. It's simply a terrible design and one look from Google will show you that this is not an isolated problem. TONS of people have this same problem and it's a defect they refuse to acknowledge or fix.
Other Thoughts: Great headset, but if you want wireless, go somewhere else. However, you can pay LESS and get the WIRED version of these and they will work like a charm!READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: SIIG CE-MT0R12-S1 Articulating Triple Monitor Desk Mount - 13" to 27"
Pros: It's black.
Cons: Where to begin... The cable management didn't support the cables. 27 in monitors will fit, but they have to be completely straight across in landscape. In that config, it causes the outside monitors to droop and hang about an inch lower than the center. For some that might not be a problem, but my rig specifically does triple monitor spanning for gaming so that makes it useless for me.
It's really difficult to get the monitors where you want them because you have to really crank down on the bolts to keep stuff from moving. That makes it really difficult to get all the monitors adjusted to each other, because you touch one and the other two go flying off into left field.
Because 27 is the limit for this, you can't wrap the monitors in the slightest, so they have to be straight across. Again, for many people this may not be an issue, but for me, doing spanning with gaming, it's just not an option.
Other Thoughts: Don't waste your time and money on this if you're a gamer. I probably won't be able to return it, so that's 150 wasted bucks for a bunch of scrap metal that will just get in my way. Instead, I'm going to get three single mounts and independently mount them each so I can adjust them however I want. I should have done that in the first place instead of getting burned by SIIG.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Very bright! No dead/stuck pixels. I actually had to turn the brightness down to 65%. Great image and tons of space for me to work / game on. I bought two of these to replace my 22" dual monitor setup and I couldn't be happier
Cons: NONE - see other thoughts
Other Thoughts: Don't listen to people who say the base is very unstable. That's THEIR fault, not the fault of the product. If they had followed simple directions and used some common sense, they wouldn't have had the problem. When you get the monitor(s) the base is separate from the neck. There are obvious places where it clips on. Where people are messing up is not removing the screw from the bottom of the neck, then putting the base on, then securing the base with that screw. They're trying to just snap the base on with the screw still in the neck, so there isn't enough clearance for it to snap on properly.
NOT THE PRODUCT'S FAULT! I could immediately see how the base was to be installed and it is a VERY STABLE and SECURE base! This is an outstanding monitor for the price. Don't let people who can't figure out how to install a simple base (with their "high" tech knowledge) stop you from buying. I'm a VERY picky buyer and I LOVE these! I only wish my desk had room for a three-monitor setup! Hmm... good excuse for a new desk!