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Pros: If you need rechargeable batteries in a standard AA size, then eneloops should be in your short list. They are dependable and hold their voltage in high drain devices.
Cons: Can cost more. Try to get them on sale.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: I'm using this under the desk for a PC workstation. Works well. So far never had to test its surge protecting ability and hoping we won't have to.
Cons: Price was a little high when I paid for it. It has dropped since then.
Other Thoughts: Hope Belkin's claim policy is not as difficult as some users claim.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: Case-Mate Black Tough Case For Samsung Galaxy Nexus CM017195
Pros: This case looks good. Seems to offer good protection without adding TOO much bulk.
Cons: Top and bottom front edge of the phone not really protected by hard outer case. What is there is the inner silicon insert. So I imagine with time it will become even more loose than it already is. Right now it can stretch and is floppy. This is unacceptable to me.
The worst part is that the Galaxy Nexus does not fit well in it. The sides are too tight and the volume AND power button are constantly being pressed. i got this case before receiving the phone. So imagine my surprise when as soon as I got my phone I put it in this case and the volume was constantly being changed and the phone turning on and off. I thought I had that dreaded 900MHz bug and I'm in the US! I made some modifications to the case such as cutting out the silicon for the power button and making slits in silicon for the volume button. So I probably can't return this anymore. Unfortunately I will consider buying the Otterbox Commuter as that seems to not have all the problem this case has.
Other Thoughts: Everyone go complain directly to Case-mate. They really dropped the ball on this one. Everyone else has this problem whether they have the GSM or CDMA Verizon version of the Galaxy NexusREAD FULL REVIEW