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Pros: Metal build seems very durable.
Positive push button click for on / off and mode settings.
Simple push / pull on the front enlarged piece to zoom light out.
Very uniform light circle on it's wide angle settings.
Both rechargeable battery and AAA battery options.
Impressive plastic foam filled case.
Cons: Thanks to the metal build, it's a little heavy. Great when holding, not so great when just carrying.
When the front lens is pulled out to tighten the beam, it actually makes a very odd square with internal lines from the LED!
Other Thoughts: Can fully recommend for casual use. No idea how effective the weatherproofing is, but I will not hesitate to use in the rain and won't fear dropping it in a puddle. It's the brightest compact flashlight I have ever used and for the price it seems pretty reasonable. Curious how long the rechargeable battery will last, but am not too worried as it seems like a fairly common size.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: 2 pcs New Mini Slim USB 2.0 A Male to 2Port PS/2 PS2 Mouse Keyboard Adapter Dongle
Pros: It is small, and NewEgg did refund my money after making me follow up with the sellers support e-mail.
Cons: It is recognized as a USB device on all Windows computers I tried (4 of them), but no PS/2 Keyboard or Mouse I have would work on any of the computers I have. Received 2, and both behaved identically
Other Thoughts: I wish there had been reviews before I ordered. Not boding well for NewEgg's third party sellers....READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: It is very clean, works well, not excessively loud. Mine arrived with a clean Lenovo keyboard (but not apparently new), and a cheap iMicro optical mouse that appears brand new. As a USFF computer it is quite compact. COA for Windows 7 Home Premium appears legitimate (have not yet activated mine). Lenovo BIOS and general hardware quality are pretty solid. Came with a DVD multi-player optical drive. Has 8 USB 2.0 ports (2 in the front, 6 in the back). It has an E8400 CPU.
Cons: It is not 'as pictured'. The picture shows a SFF M58P - like the other 3 M58's I have purchased from NewEgg, and expected with this one. The drawbacks for me are So-Dimm memory instead of Dimm, only 2 memory slots, an external 'compatibie' power supply, no e-SATA port on the back of the computer, and the only internal slot is a low profile PCI slot. No PCI-e 1x or 16x as I have come to expect with the SFF form computers.
Other Thoughts: NewEgg needs to improve their care in the descriptions for these 3rd party refurb computers. The picture should match what they are shipping, or there should not be a photo in the listing. The one I received came labeled as a Certified nUsed Computer, but there was NO warranty or support information inside the packaging. The dilemma for me is I purchased this as a backup for the other 3 Lenovo's I purchased - all of which came as SFF forms which matched their photos and descriptions. This one showed USFF in the description, but the picture was clearly a SFF matching the other 3. So I don't have a power supply, CPU cooler or memory that I could use to keep the other 3 running. The drives (3.5 HD and 5.25 half height optical) would be swappable. And I suspect if i moved a 3.5 HD from one of the SFF computers to this USFF computer, it would boot up cleanly (although would probably need to be re-activated).READ FULL REVIEW