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This review is from: Metropolitan ED500 DataVac 120 Volt Electric Duster, White
Pros: Very powerful for the size. Filtered air. Solid feel to it. No need to hold at specific angles or use in small bursts.
Cons: Pretty loud, but that's to be expected since there's a lot of power in small form.
Other Thoughts: Used this dust out a computer with 3 years of dust and it great job. $60 worth of canned air wouldn't have done half the job this thing did.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: Need for Speed Most Wanted (2012) PlayStation 3
Pros: The game is easy on the eyes and has a lot of style. The control of the cars feels nice.
Cons: No aesthetic customization. No manual transmission. No option to choose your own racing mode (you're forced to play stunt modes if all you want to do is race). No aesthetic customization. No aesthetic customization. NO OPTION TO CHOOSE YOUR OWN RACE MODE.
Other Thoughts: As disappointed as I am with the game, I don't regret buying it since racing is my favorite genre. If the prospect of not being able to choose your own race mode or the inability to customize the aesthetics of your car at all doesn't bother you, the game may be worth a try if you're into very arcade-ish racing games.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: PLANTRONICS .Audio 655 DSP USB Connector Circumaural Stereo Headset
Pros: The on-ear volume control is pretty neat, and they certainly look better than my old headset (creative fatality ones).
Cons: Unfortunately, the pros end there. First off, the sound is really washed out and they compared to the creative ones, barely have any bass at all. Secondly, the ear cups are square shaped instead of oval, so chances are if you don't have ears the size of a toddler they're gonna be quite uncomfortable.
Other Thoughts: Most likely returning them and just waiting for my creative ones to die before ordering another creative headset.READ FULL REVIEW