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This review is from: Antec P100 Black ATX Mid Tower Computer Case
Pros: Antec design and wiring is easy to make look pretty. Lots of room for drives and solid state friendly (no adapters needed). Case is very similar to my P280 in set up, but is much smaller.
Used this case for a build for a business here in town and I wasn't disappointed.
Cons: Don't like that it is fairly mandatory to mount the PSU with fan facing down. The screen on the bottom for filtering out dust for PSU is kinda cheap and slides around a lot.
I don't like the way the optical drive secure to chassis - think this could be done better.
Other Thoughts: Great case and would highly recommend it - especially if you are looking for a more compact case with all the options you get with high end gaming cases. No clear sides to show off the guts, if this is for a business workstation build that is nice.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: Sennheiser HD429 Over-Ear Headphones
Pros: Concise sound, long cord, comfortable pads for long wear (I use them to listen to music via Google Play while walking to work). They don't feel heavy when I wear them. Music reproduction is magnificent and I am able to really hear all the music and the different parts (like hearing the bass line in the back well) and the bass is very well produced.
Cons: The sound isn't very loud. I have to turn my phone volume all the way up to hear them without straining. I would expect them to be louder as they are with my Sennheiser headset I use for gaming that are 9 years old.
Other Thoughts: I went from using Razer Ear buds to these and I am somewhat disappointed as I feel I need to spend $20 and get an inline Amplifier in order to have the same volume that the Razer's had (that were 4 years old).
The sound reproduction beats the Razer hands down, but they win the volume trophy.
Pros: I got these sorta skeptical as they are Kingston and lower end drives for name brands. So far I have been impressed! I have these in laptops that are 7+ years old (Dell Latitude line) and they have preformed better than I thought! Quick boot, quick read, pretty reliable for being cheap name brand gear.
Like the title says I have 6 or more of these in the field and I can't complain
Cons: Write time on them is not what an 840 EVO is, but still for the price I can't complain or doc them an egg.
Other Thoughts: Would recommend these to anyone looking to give an older system a shot in the arm. Even a new build I would say go for it, especially if money is an object of concern.READ FULL REVIEW