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This review is from: Turnda Leather Power Recliner with Shiatsu Massage
Pros: Looks modern, sleek, stylish. Seems to be made of good materials.
Cons: The shiatsu massage requires the removal of the back padding, which might seem easy but is not since the interior pad is tucked into the bottom corner. The shiatsu massage is useless with those pads on and, ultimately, is a labor to use in its own way.
2nd, I highly recommend buying a manual recliner. Power recliners are tedious to get in and get out of. Believe me. If you are planning to use your recliner in any substantial way, then you should consider another recliner.
Last point: Not comfortable. After a week, the padding seems to have packed in and is now firm as can be. And even when it was new, it wasn't a very comfortable recliner. I've sat recliners in stores and others' homes that were far and away more comfortable. This chair is NOT comfortable and I do not recommend it for daily use.
Other Thoughts: Even at a whopping 500 dollar discount, this chair makes for a regrettable buy. But again it looks nice. I'll always have that, I guess. But I would rather have a different recliner.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Nice screen.
Looks great, on paper...
Cons: Speakers are terribly low. You need to adjust the volume settings, with volume boost and other to get the volume at reasonable audible levels.
But what's worse is that one of the speakers crackles. This is totally unacceptable to me.
I initially went for the Toshiba because of its connectivity - its USB ports and all that. But, what's the use of USB if the Thrive can't recognize them? I've got very typical externa harddrives made by Ioemega. They are not recognized at all by the Thrive.
The cameras aren't very good. You're not going to use them and think "Wow, this is very clear." Rather you'll be thinking about how much better the webcam on your old laptop is. 2mb front and 5mb rear camera sound great, but, BEWARE, as the cameras do not turn out to be all that they can be.
Other Thoughts: Overall, I'm not happy with the tablet. Currently, I'm trying to get this unit replaced. I hope NewEgg will accomodate my request and remedy my situation as fast as possible.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Read the cons first.
Cons: Earbuds were advertised as having "gold-plated" connectors in the title.
I wrote about this in a previous review which Newegg.com didn't publish.
Here's what they did instead. They edited out the "gold-plated" from the title. (Now the item title reads: MEElectronics SX-31-BK 3.5mm Connector Canal Noise-Sealing Earbud (Black)"
And then they had a guy write to me in response stating that they found no indication that the item was ever advertised as having gold-plated connector!
Great way to insult the intelligence of your customers. I wasn't bothered much before by this misadvertisement and but now I am.
Newegg: Don't misadvertise your products, and then when your customers complain about said misadvertisement, don't edit your webpages and then act as though your customers were wrong in the first place. It's dishonest.
BTW, you FORGOT to edit the other webpage. This earbud comes in the color white - and on that page the misadvertisement still exists!
Other Thoughts: I had no problem with newegg before this product even if it is - or was - misadvertised in a small way. But this kind of shady customer service business really does tell me something.
I've spent over a thousand dollars here at newegg.com. I will not be patronizing them again.
You guys want bad publicity, you just earned it.
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