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Pros: -Lots of room
-Great airflow, the 3 large 200mm fans that come with the case are quiet and move a ton of air.
-Great spacing for cable management, probably the easiest to close even with the backside unmanaged.
-HDD trays are set at bottom to allow better airflow, enough room for RAID setups, etc
-Four SSD Trays that are set at the backside of the case, displaying the front side of the SSD's, this should be standard on all new cases as it allows 6 platter drives and 4 ssd's to be installed without adapters.
-Asthetics are beautiful with this case, very clean looking, corsair did very well.
Cons: The front panel is plastic, not worth docking an egg over this is to keep weight down I'd assume as I've had cases that were full aluminum mid towers that weighed more than this thing.
Other Thoughts: Recommend to all builders and enthusiasts alike, corsair continues to deliver quality parts at a good price.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: -Beautiful overall cosmetic look, the style of an ultrabook but the power of a work horse, it is encased in a metal aluminum build thats nice to touch and pleasing to the eye.
-Amazing keyboard, responsive and feels nice to type on, the ability to customize the color of the lights and do it in layers is wonderful.
-Specs and overall design, this thing can handle any game i throw at it and still runs smooth, boot time is unbelievable, the included msi software has a build in boot profiler and network management, great for tech savvy individuals such as myself.
-Speakers are very decent more than what you would expect from a laptop this thin.
-Screen is beautiful, full HD, no dead pixels and looks great.
Cons: -Fans can get slightly loud when under heavy load from gaming and the temps go up fast, definitely buy a cooler for this beast, it is to be expected of a laptop this thin though so not a huge con at all.
-No optical drive, not a con really these days since everything can be downloaded but you will need an external if you choose to use disc media.
Other Thoughts: Purchased this laptop for $1400(discounted $400) as an "Open-Box", the laptop came packaged perfectly, the plastic still on the keyboard and top of the laptop, not a single scratch or fingerprint, it looks like someone opened the box then just sealed it without ever turning it on, a great deal for this laptop that i would have easily paid more for, the quality is amazing and it is well worth the price tag.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: Corsair Vengeance 2100 Circumaural Wireless Dolby 7.1 Gaming Headset
Pros: - Beautiful sound, I listen to music constantly and the 7.1 surround sounds beautiful in games or for music, the bass on this thing is very decent, sounds are very clear.
- Wireless, no need to have to be tethered to the computer, i can do other things while still talking to someone via skype or listening to music, I thought this may interfere with my wifi being as I'm so close to my router but it doesn't at all.
- Battery constantly getting 7+ hours out of gaming or music listening, the battery is the best I've seen on a wireless headset so far.
- Comfort level of wearing is comparable to the previous high end razr headsets I've owned, I can wear this thing for hours and it feels great.
Cons: Very few to list, at this stage I'm nitpicking...
- The speakers are not closed off so music and stuff coming from this is loud, other people in the room will easily be able to hear what you're listening to.
And well thats about it for now....can't think of anything else.
Other Thoughts: Most people on here are commenting about an issue with the headset giving off a staticy or off sound when charging? I have not witnessed this so far, possibly fixed in new hardware? Make sure you get the updated drivers that was the first thing i did.READ FULL REVIEW