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Pros: - Connects bluetooth devices to PCs that don't have bluetooth adapters in the MOBO
Cons: - Doesn't make those bluetooth devices worth connecting
Other Thoughts: I used this device so I could hook my Turtle Beach PX5 headset mic to my PC for game chat. The device worked like it is supposed to.
Unfortunately, the PX5 sounds worse than my $12 Chinese-made mic I was trying to replace.
So, I gave the dongle to my mom to hook up her bluetooth speakers to her micro-ATX. Works fine for her.
A final note, I did hear some complaints that this seller shipped the item in a plain envelope. My package came securely wrapped in a shipping envelope and was shipped very quickly.
This review is from: Tesoro Aegis X2 Gaming Mouse Pad - Medium Size
Pros: - My mouse moves across it without sticking or exploding
- Neat design and color
Cons: - Didn't come with a Ferrari
Other Thoughts: I'm not really sure how good a mouse pad can be. It's a smooth surface that you move your mouse across. That's what this is. It only cost $10 with free shipping, so I couldn't pass it up.
It's not really a pro or a con, but the description says the Aegis was the shield of Zeus. Actually, the Aegis was the shield/breastplate of Athena, daughter of Zeus. Not really a big deal, but if you're going to use mythology to name your product, at least do it right.
This review is from: BitFenix BFA-ACL-60OK30-RP Alchemy Connect LED-Strip Orange 60cm
Pros: - Brighter than the Sun
- True orange color
- Easy to install
- Can add more to the end
Cons: - Kind of expensive for lights
Other Thoughts: If you want to bathe the entirety of your case in an orange glow brighter and hotter than the fires of Mordor, then this thing will work for you. It is actually orange (not amber) and it puts out enough light that planes will start trying to land in your yard.
It is nice that it comes with the ability to string together multiple strips. If one isn't enough for you, perhaps because you have a black hole inside your computer which is consuming all your photons, you can always connect another one to the end. Handy.
On the downside, it gets kind of hot, which is pretty much the last thing I want inside my case. It's kind of annoying to try to find a place to install it, but the sticky backing works well enough that if you can get more than half of it on a surface, it should stick.
Finally, it's kind of expensive. $35 for a strip of lights is a lot when you're a bum like me. Still, given how well it works, it's probably worth it to many people. For $20, I'd give it 5 eggs.