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This review is from: Collection LED A19 8 Watt 60 Watt Incandescent Replacement, Warm White
Pros: Good price ($10 on sale, per bulb), good wattage, good color temp. Time will tell on the longevity. I will be buying more.
Cons: Can't be used inside an enclosed fixture.
Other Thoughts: I've been buying a bunch of LED bulbs from different manufacturers for testing purposes. This manufacturer is towards the top of the list in value/performance.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Great buttons, great size and feel, great DPI with on-the-fly adjustments, not to mention the great price. But....
Cons: Every time I sit down and touch the mouse, I give the chrome wheel a ZAP of static electricity, at which point the mouse falls off the USB bus entirely. EVERY TIME I touch the darn thing. I've tried it on several different PC's to rule out a grounding issue on the PC side. I know I live in Michigan where it's very dry in the winter, and static buildup is more of a problem that other places, but I have certainly never ran into this extreme of a problem before. I have since returned this mouse, and went back to my old mouse that's an all plastic/rubber design. I REALLY wanted to love this mouse, but I can't realistically remember to discharge my static every time I sit down at the computer before I reach for the mouse. Maybe the wheel has some sort of inherent grounding issue, which may explain all of the reviews stating "defective mouse wheel".
Other Thoughts: Your mileage may vary.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Price (?)
Cons: Flickers when dimming past a certain threshold. I have several other LED bulbs from different manufacturers within the exact same specs (wattage, lumens, color temp, price) that dim all the way down to almost no light without flickering. I wouldn't recommend these bulbs for use within a dimmer.
Other Thoughts: These bulbs seem pretty popular on Newegg, so I thought I'd give them a try. Needless to say, I won't be purchasing any more bulbs from this manufacturer.READ FULL REVIEW