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Pros: -noise canceling
-clear, clean sound
-firm in-ear fit
-perfect for working out, won't fall out. (strenuous activities and such)
-built in remote is amazing (works with my iPhone 5)
-adjustable ear piece to fit what feels good to you (see cons)
Cons: -Removable earpieces are easy to lose (pulling out of pocket may get caught and come off)
-pricey (but totally worth it)
Other Thoughts: I've had these type for over 2 years now, the S4i II I think it was (accidentally blew out left earbud speaker, completely my fault) they were with out a doubt my favorite and the best earbuds I have ever used. I was devastated when I ruined my last pair and was thrilled when these came on sale.
I work out regularly and these are amazing for that and other similar activities. If you want a good pair, and probably the last pair you will buy (unless you're dumb and blow out the left earbud like I did) then do yourself a favor and BUY THESE! I can't hear anything with these in, even at low volumes I am dead to the world. I love love love these and will only buy these if I need new ones again.
This review is from: EVGA TEGRA NOTE 7 Tablet - 16GB Flash, 1GB RAM Quad Core NVIDIA Tegra 4
Pros: Perfect sized tablet, loud speakers, fast, smooth and incredible graphics.
Cons: Damaged on arrival. The display is damaged, looks like something was dropped on the screen. The screen itself is fine, but the pixels underneath look like then you press hard on the screen, separated and smashed in.
Other Thoughts: I have never received a bad product from EVGA or Nvidia and will continue to throw my money at them any time they release a new gadget or hardware device, it's just disappointing when you finally get a pre-ordered item and it's damaged. I would normally give a full review on an item like this, but I won't when all I have is a damaged product.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: Microsoft SIDEWINDER X4 Keyboard - Retail
Pros: Ever since I bought my first backlit keyboard I've not been able to go back; I am a proficienct typer, and don't cherry pick when gaming or typing, I macro and keybind every thing, but there is something about having a a backlit keyboard that makes it all easier. My first backlit keyboard was not soo good of quality, the palm rest was detatchable (pain in the neck) too many cords that shorted out after about a year of use. Going from that one to this keyboard it was awesome; the palm rest doesn't fall off or get in the way, the keys are responsive, only 1 cord, every thing is orderly and just overall good quality. Microsoft did a great job with this keyboard.
Cons: If you don't like red it could be a problem.
Other Thoughts: For some one like me who needs a keyboard for fast typing and for gaming this key board doesn't disappoint.READ FULL REVIEW
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