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Pros: Sound is really quality
The chord feels sturdy
Buds isolate from outside noise very well
Surprised how much base comes through
Fit comfortable in my ears
Right angle connector is my preference
Cons: Shirt clip is stupid
Extra buds aren't double layer for isolation (They never said they did, so I can't complain)
The slightest bump of the cord is really loud (as with all in-ear buds)
Other Thoughts: I've only owned them for a few days, but they sound so much better than any other in-ear headphones I've had, so I was hoping other people could have this review to help them make a decision.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Runs cool. I've never exceeded 70°, even when I ran stress tests.
To date, I've been able to play all of my games on maxed settings with decent frames (24-45fps), which has made me happy.
Price point felt very fair. Without breaking the rules and comparing against other brands, lets just say that the 1 fan worried me, but through experience I've found it is cooler than I expected.
Never had a crash or malfunction. Worked straight out of the box.
Great job Vision Tek.
Cons: A bit loud when pushed, but I play with headphones so I don't care one bit.
Other Thoughts: If this card got struck by lightning and died tomorrow, I would feel very comfortable purchasing it again. It has won my confidence.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: EDIMAX EW-7811Un N150 USB 2.0 Wireless nano Adapter
Pros: -Quick to connect
-Fast transfer speeds
Cons: -Useless bloatware (I'll provide more details)
-Dumb blinking LED (why do we need to put lights on everything??)
-Shows as ejectable media -- which bugs me -- making me wish I had just gone for an internal WiFi card.
Other Thoughts: I didn't have internet access, so I used the provided CD to install the drivers. I just wanted the drivers, but it also installed its own auto-run bloatware. This bloatware is CRUD, but if you uninstall, the drivers uninstall with it.
This second rate piece-of-crud company made this program really difficult to disable. The auto-run feature cannot be disabled via the programs options, run->msconfig, or the startup folders.
Ultimately, I did run->regedit, and used the "find" function to search for all registry entries that contained "edimax" (the name of the bloatware). I had to search through 20 or so entries before I found a key that contained a "start" registry. I changed the hex value from 2 to 0, and now I am free from the auto-run. Good luck!