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This review is from: Pioneer FH-X700BT Double Din CD MP3 Receiver Bluetooth USB
Pros: Great deck
Double Din for a decent price
Great features for sound and display
Cons: None.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: 100% Customizable!
Superior Cable Management
*The mobo backplane slides out on rails, how easy is it to install a mobo outside of the case... seriously simple with this case...
Mini Toolbox on front of case, full of screws
Plenty of cable ties
Bungee Cord suspension for internal hdd
Two ssd mounts with rubber grommets (reduces a potential dirt trap by providing a 1/4" standoff grommet)
Solid Carrying Handles on Top
Several Additional Fan Mounts
Two Stage Fan Speed Control (Low/High)
Cons: One fan was unmounted in the box when it was shipped, it worked fine when I relocated the fan mounts to fit my config. This wasn't a big deal, but could potentially pose an issue in the months to come, we shall see, and for the price I was a little upset, but that went away as I started pulling screws to dig into the case...
Other Thoughts: I am particularly OCD when it comes to cable management, this case is fantastic in that regard because it provides plenty of room on the back side of the motherboard to arrange spare cabling. I was impressed by the ability to literally mount any parts anywhere. I have a lot of respect for Antec again! Great front panel and internal cabling was well labeled. I have an EVGA Classified GTX580 and it fit in the case but I did have to remove one of the rail mounts to fit the beauty in the beast. You can customize this case to your particular liking, which is huge! Very Few rivets, mostly Phillips-head screws and regular hand screws so you can mix/match/swap/omit part. I have 4 HDD's, 1 SSD, 1 optical drive, and it looks clean. I will be purchasing another 580 soon, however the case will need a few more fans to provide the airflow necessary for another Classified GTX 580. One final thought... I was concerned when I saw the price... It's worth it, do it! (Red, Blue, Yellow) Just BUY the Case!READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: iView iVIEW-710TPC 7" Multimedia Tablet PC with Android 2.3, Wi-Fi and Leather Case
Pros: Android OS
Plays video fine
Works for reader and minimalist tablet
Cons: Touchpad must be pressed firmly or use fingernail for better contact. Not a deal breaker.
Other Thoughts: It has 2 plastic layers that help with the touchpad issue but it still needs to be pressed firmly. No eggs off, I didn't expect 'perfect' from a $100 tablet.
I knew it wouldn't be an ipad going into it and I'm pleased that I only paid 100 instead of 800+ for a reader/simple tablet.
I use this for my tech documents and simple RDP sessions as the need is presented. Thanks for the great product!
Display Name: Talmage B.
Date Joined: 11/18/04
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