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This review is from: Logitech G930 Wireless Gaming Headset with 7.1 Surround Sound (981-000257)
Pros: Nice Sound, Nice Feel
Cons: Probably flawed in some way. Battery won't hold a charge - or worse in my case micro usb connection damaged so you can't charge battery.
I could have sent them back, but I planned on repairing them. Got out the soldering iron, small chisel tip. T6 star bit (had to buy) and went to town. with some effort and luck I fixed the, but not sure if worth the effort.
Other Thoughts: I've had a few quirky refurbished items from Newegg (a couple great deals too!) It seems that quality control does a minor overview. In my case they turn on - but don't charge (so they don't look that close) Bought a computer same issued, turned on - but some MB problem caused it to shut down every 1 to 10 mins.
In this case I'd recommend just spending the extra $40-$50 and getting a new set. They are quite nice
3rd Gen i5
8GB 1600 Memory (4GB x 2)
1TB HD 7200
4 Memory Slots
HDMI, Blue-tooth, Wi-Fi
Cons: Getting acclimated to Win 8 and the time taken to update (free) to Win 8.1
300W Power supply needs to be replaced to properly install a GPU. But most 'factory' towers have stock PSU that are not ideal for Gaming.
It's out of Stock - If you are think about buying a computer - Buy this one if it comes back in stock
Other Thoughts: You can't build a Tower with equivalent or better parts for less then about $600. (As of 4Q 2013)
Besides the multitasking capabilities of and i7 - this processor has top tier speed. Most programs only take advantage of 4 Cores, so you don't gain much more then multitasking abilities going to 6-8 core AMD or i7 with hyper-threading. Search for the CPU-Benchmark for this processor you'll see.
This review is from: Rosewill 4-Piece Ceramic Knife Set
Pros: Sharp - Inexpensive
Cons: Limited sheathing (besides clear plastic bags & tip protectors)
Other Thoughts: Perfect for cutting fruit & vegetables - I bought these knives to cut limes for Gin & Tonics. The work far better then standard steel knives. I've cut fruit & tomatoes thinly w/minimal squishing or juice loss. After my first use I felt like I was missing out all along.READ FULL REVIEW
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