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This review is from: AZiO BTD-V400 USB Micro Bluetooth Adapter
Pros: Only $12. Nano USB. Works flawlessly with Windows 8 and my new Supertooth Disco 2. Paired flawlessly with MS Laser Mouse 8000. Bluetooth 4.0 with apt-X codec support. Great with Netflix on PC. Works great with Phone, but will get even better when I get a phone that supports apt-X.
Other Thoughts: Works out of the box with Windows 8 and the default Bluetooth Stack but you should install the included CSR Bluetooth stack as it supports the apt-X audio codec.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: SuperTooth Disco 2 Black Bluetooth Portable Speaker
Pros: Wow! I'm a sleek low profile guy and expected this to just free me from wires and look good. Was I surprised with the sound quality. Looks great, pairs with no problem. Controls on top a bonus. With your PC controls also work with Media Center as well as Music. Just a fantastic product. I'm going to get the red for my girl and her iPhone.
The Disco 2 Twin will be out if you need two, but if you just need above average PC, Audio/Video, Gaming sound in a wireless compact package this is it. I think I'm going to end up with 3-4 of these in different colors! I might put a PS3 in the computer room now. Awesome product, performs as advertised and is as good as it looks.
Cons: Good bass for its size, but you can always use more. Seriously, there is no con.
Other Thoughts: Make sure you have a Blutetooth 4.0 adapter that support the apt-x codec for CD Quality low latency sound. I'm using the AZiO BT 4.0 Nano USB adapter that you can find here on Newegg for about $12.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Upgrading from AMD 6670 Low Profile in a Dell OptiPlex 990 and couldn't be happier. More stream processors and advanced architecture pay off. Windows 8 RTM Desktop and 3D Gaming/Business Graphics experience score went from 7.0 to 7.3 on both.
More importantly, I can now play Darksiders II and the Walking Dead at 1920 x 1080 without failing and slowing to a crawl after recovering as the 6670 would do when it maxed out at t his resolution on these games.
Cons: The mini HDMI is in a horrendous place, unusable for me with the OptiPlex screwless bracket holder blocks the bulky cable. I had to go to DVI-HDMI cable. Just a terrible design. But there's DVI and Display port but you will need a monitor with those ports or appropriate cable. If you have nothing blocking or hanging over your slots like the OptiPlex has, you should be fine.
Other Thoughts: More power coming to the SFF. If you're a casual gamer that wants everything on high, while remaining silent and small footprint, this card is for you.READ FULL REVIEW