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Pros: Lightweight for such a big headset, Comfy pads, Adjusts well, Clear sound with emphasis on bass(great for games of course!!), Good mic, Built tough.
Cons: Zero at the $14.99 sale price it's almost always sold for.
Other Thoughts: This is my second set of these as I bought a set around a year ago and just sold them with my last gaming PC. The first set held up to some pretty bad abuse, I honestly just tossed them everywhere with no regard for them at all and they barely got a scratch on 'em. The non braided cable is stronger then it looks, held up just as well as a braided one on my former headset.
The sound is fine, with plenty of bass for all of the explosions you get in almost all games. Plus the rest of the sounds, from voices to music, sounded great. That was a real surprise for the price for sure. No one ever complained about not hearing me clearly through the mic as well.
All told, for the price of $14.99, you'll be hard pressed to find a better set of stereo 'phones for gaming, period. Grab 'em before someone realizes that these are priced too low!
This review is from: BELLA BLA14082 Toast and Brew Breakfast Station, Purple
Pros: Works well, does what it says on the tin, just not what it says on this site's decription...USB charging port on the front.
Cons: Not the products fault, but the description on here says it has both defrost and bagel settings, it does not do this, a bit long for a small counter.
Other Thoughts: This is a decent time saver for a student apartment/ dorm room or studio. It brews a fast cup of Joe-Tea-Hot Chocolate while at the same time making toast evenly with a nice lift up feature to get the hot toast out without scorching yourself. As mentioned above, it has nothing other than a cancel button...but that really is enough. Not mentioned is the included built in USB charging port (5v), a nice touch. For the money, a good buy.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Lightweight but not too flimsy, Decent looks, Well set up inside, Works with both ITX and MicroATX boards, Front usb 3.0 port, Clean front panel.
Cons: Honestly none for the price paid.
Other Thoughts: This is one of the best cheap cases I've run across in a few years. I built a decent ITX machine that allowed me to choose my own standard ATX power supply (most all ITX cases include or force you to get a not very high quality (or power...) SFX PS). This allowed me to include a good quality mid level video card(R7 260X) to help out with the rather low powered AM1 build I did, something not possible with the aforementioned ITX cases. And the low price was icing on the cake, something else not found with most all ITX cases.
Using it was also a pleasure, with an obviously low end, but well done nonetheless, build. All black paint as well as an included blue lit 120mm front fan was nice, lots of space for a pretty good sized video card, and also lots of additional space for adding more drives, like an SSD, down the road if wanted. I personally like the clean front panel, no wasted holes for all but useless DVD drives and the brushed metal look plastic also looks classy. If you're worried about not being able to add say an external card reader, there are lots of cheap external usb based options to do that.
All told, for $20.00, you really will have a really hard time even finding a case that's close to this one, much less better than it. If you're on the fence because of the price, fear not, go for it, you won't be sorry.