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Pros: I bought 5 of these for our company and they are amazing! Bright, razor sharp, light weight, and with lush colors on a huge display, these monitors were a great buy @ $199.99 plus 10% off with free shipping. NewEgg rocks!
All five had zero bad/dead pixels. All have been working perfectly since we turned them on.
Cons: Seriously, I can't think of any...
Oh, yes, I can, I wish I would have bought 5 more at that price.
Other Thoughts: NewEgg had it to our door 2 days early!
If you see them again at this price, BUY!
This review is from: Sceptre 40" Class (38.5" Diag.) 1080p 60Hz LCD HDTV X408BV-FHD
Pros: This is a great HDTV!
-The picture is amazing
-The audio is very good
-The sharpness, contrast, and color are very good
-Very well packaged
Cons: Given the price, I cannot think of anything.
Other Thoughts: I needed to buy two HDTVs for my kids for their birthday. I saw the reviews on the Sceptre and thought I would order two. They arrived today and they both work flawlessly.
I saw others complain about the audio but for built-in speakers I thought they were fine. If you want a better range you could output to a stereo.
I would highly recommend this product to anyone who wants a great HDTV at a great price!
Newegg rocks on price and shipping!
This review is from: Crucial M4 2.5" 512GB SATA III MLC 7mm Internal Solid State Drive (SSD) CT512M4SSD1
Pros: This drive is incredibly fast!
Works great in my 2011 MBP!
Honestly, I can't believe how fast everything is now. Booting, multitasking, switching between VMs...it is the difference between night and day.
Crucial continues to improve the firmware on the SSD
NewEgg got it to me a day early!
Cons: I'm sure people will say price but given the performance boost and high capacity, the price is very reasonable.
I could never go back to a mechanical HD now...
Other Thoughts: I run a pretty high end machine (MBP ,16 GB of memory, i7 2.3 Ghz SB) with many, many applications open at the same time along with multiple VMs. There was always a tad bit of tag between some applications but the VMs could get pretty bad too.
I never realized how 'data starved' my computer was with a regular HD. All this time that I thought the CPU/VC was just bogged down. I had no idea the HD couldn't feed data fast enough.
I have two great examples: If you start two or three VMs -say 2 GB each- and trying jumping between them it can really bog the computer down. Having moved to the SSD has completely changed that. I can flip back and forth without a problem.
I also like to play the SIMS 3. I run everything max on the graphics. Moving about the game would see lag in screen updating. I thought it was the video card not keeping up. Having moved to the SSD, the textures are being fed so much faster that it has eliminated that.
I could never go back.
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