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This review is from: RAZER Black USB Wired BlackWidow Ultimate Mechanical Gaming Keyboard
Pros: I will skip out here since my positive experiences with this keyboard are mostly in line with most of the reviewers here. :)
Cons: -The material used for the keys might feel cheap to the touch.
-Although 99% of the keys are lid, the shift variations of the keys aren't. In other words, you will see the ";" symbol light up but the ":" symbol will not.
-The M buttons aren't exactly easy to reach unless you have big hands.
-The FN key is not programable and can not be included in any macro.
-Can not control the level of brightness of the LEDs from the included software. A disappointment since the lower grade Razer Lycosa could.
- Some people have issues with the space bar getting stuck with the right shift key. I personally have not experience that yet after 3 months.
Other Thoughts: The plastic cover that came with the kayboard actually doubles up niceless as a cover for the kayboard.
The only keys it won't cover would be the directional keys.
This review is from: COOLER MASTER R4-L4S-10AB-GP Blue LED Case cooler
Pros: Great air flow given how quiet it is.
The LEDs are beautiful and I used a few of them (120mm and 140mm versions) to transform my otherwise red HAF 932 case.
The fitting was perfect for me.
Cons: 1. The connector is brown. I am not sure if there is any significant reason why it is brown, but it might throw off the coloring scheme of case modders. Nothing major, though.
2. The holes for the screws were not "pre-treated" or in other words they do not have spiral groves for the screws to slide right in. Instead, you will have to make your drill your own grooves, which can be a painful task due to the material the fan is made of.
Other Thoughts: Be sure to have a good screw driver or power driver on hand so that you don't ruin the screws while trying to carve the spiral grooves into the holes.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: I honestly wouldn't know, yet.
Cons: I saw this PSU on sale here on newegg and immediately purchased one since I have been looking to upgrade mine and have had such a great experience with their Vertex SSD (which is still running great, btw).
I just received this item last night and I was happy to see it packaged so nicely along with a nice certificate. The unit looked fine except for one problem; it did not come with a 24-pin cable, which is essential in utilizing this PSU.
Had it been any other wire, I would have probably been less upset, but this is the main connector cable and it's hard for me to imagine how bad the QA could have been to miss something this important.
Now it sits to collect dust while I have no way of determining if this unit even works (it worries me to see other reviewers said that they got theirs DoA).
Other Thoughts: I have contacted OCZ customer service and I am certain my review will change based upon their actions and whether or not this unit actually works once I get to try it.
So far the experience has not been well.
As it stands right now, I stand by the 1 egg rating.
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