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Pros: Added lots of space to my new phone for really cheap, and has practically no noticeable loading times when in use. Saving things to it and pulling things from it is painless and quick. Definitely worth more than its price.
Cons: It's tiny, so don't lose it?READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: LG Volt 2 LS751 LTE Boost Mobile Cell Phone
Pros: I've never owned a phone before, so this was sort of a new experience for me, but it seems to have all the features one would expect, as well as a decent amount of power to run anything that might require some powerful 3D rendering. The camera's not too bad, the speaker is fairly decent and loud for its size, and the screen is big and pretty.
Cons: The power and volume buttons on the back are weird and difficult to get used to. The "selfie-cam" is pretty low quality and there are often bugs when rotating the phone with the camera on. There's also not much space and a bunch of bloated LG software that you can't get rid of without rooting.
Other Thoughts: I didn't actually bother with the phone part, just pulled the SIM card out and threw it away to keep it from nagging me about an activation I was never going to go through with. Now it constantly reminds me that I have no SIM card with a little icon in the corner and a little message on my lock screen.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: >90% efficiency on a 700 watt power supply, even when it's only using 70 watts. This is saving me a bundle on my power bill already.
Four PCI-E connectors for my two power-hungry video cards.
Excellent Modular cables with handy covers over the ports to prevent dust accumulation and plenty of length to reach everywhere, even in a gigantic case.
No pointless light, inset fan screws, perfect for bottom mount PSU design cases.
Cons: I can't tell how quiet it is because of how loud my other fans are, but that probably belongs in the above "Pros" section.
Other Thoughts: If you need energy efficiency and don't have ridiculous consumption requirements, this or the lower 600 Watt model PSUs are your best bets. Plug Load Solutions rates it at 91.33, 94.17, 94.42, and 91.86 percent efficiency at 69.68, 139.93, 349.54, and 698.26 watt loads respectively, meaning each of those outputs required 76.30, 148.60, 370.20 and 760.10 watts in. Personally, I think this is amazing.READ FULL REVIEW