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Pros: Everything. It's beautiful. The "lava lines" around the audio section are shockingly gorgeous. Included software took it to 4.6 Ghz on air and it's stable. No clue what this thing could do if I started doing a bit of research and tweaking.
Cons: Honestly can't think of one. I thought I was getting a boring, less than leading edge board. I got a lot more. Can't call that a con.
Other Thoughts: Idiot me was plugging in an old USB header with all the extra connectors (except one) held in my hand. Of course it connected itself to an adjacent pin. I saw SMOKE!!! and the machine shut down. Always got away with it before (building since the mid-80s). The board came back up and reported it had shut down after detecting a surge. No damage! Obviously, this board is smarter than me.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Small, does the job after you figure out how to get it to pair and connect. One button turns it on and when held about 6 sec the LED starts blinking red/blue. THEN turn on and get the receiving device into pairing mode. If it doesn't connect immediately (beep from the receiving device), turn OFF the earbuds and get them back on and into receiving mode quickly. It will connect.
Cons: Can NOT charge while in use. Period. Tried both the tv's USB and a wall wart USB charger. PITA to figure out how to connect. Chinglish answer to all questions on other sites is to ask if the receiving device has bluetooth. Other than that hold button for 6 seconds and turn on receiving device. Wish it were that simple. Can NOT connect while plugged into the device you want to transmit from. Got to connect and then plug it in to be sure it's working.
Other Thoughts: My Sony bluetooth stereo earbuds work great with everything else with bluetooth ... phones, pc, laptops, etc. This thing is a pain to get them to connect to. No clue about battery life but good for hours from the tv to my Sony. Maybe a little lag ... but not much. Sound is ok for tv. Got it in desperation to drown out noisy neighbors and not bother anyone to enjoy tv in a motel.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: Canon imageCLASS MF4770n MFP / All-In-One Up to 24 ppm Monochrome Laser Printer
Pros: Rides around in the back seat of my construction truck, is covered with dust, takes whatever temperature the day and night give it and never fails to work perfectly. It's powered by a 1000 watt inverter running off a battery booster. I switch on the booster, power up the inverter and the printer self tests and is goes to work from my laptop.
Cons: What cons? It's a Canon. Still using the included toner. I don't know how it does it, but the scanner glass stays clean even though the whole thing is tan with dust now. I don't have TIME to clean it up.
Other Thoughts: I expected it to be good in spite of today's world of bad quality control and everything from (you know where), but it has exceeded my wildest dreams. I bought another for home AND the Canon toner because it's a CANON. The complainers tickle me. I once delivered 7 file cabinets to one guy because he wanted one that was the right shade of black! People come in all varieties. Canon just makes quality at a decent price.READ FULL REVIEW