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Pros: Price is excellent for a bluetooth, active noise-cancelling set of stereo earbuds. They are relatively light weight and have a built-in clip for keeping it within easy hand access.
Noise cancelling is fairly good, as it effectively reduces most high-frequency environmental noise. I use them while on planes to good effect, while mowing my lawn and when using my snow-blower and I'm always amazed at how effective they are.
Cons: As someone else mentioned, there is no way to view the battery level. So I just get into the habit of charging before a long trip to be sure. On my most recent trip (probably less than 10 hours total), the device died on the last hour.
Other Thoughts: The connection issue is the biggest problem. Hard to enjoy the products when it's a garbled digitized mess. Seems to happen more when it's colder too. I noticed it happened more when I was using my snowblower than when working on the lawn.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Works well with old Dell Dimension 2400 desktop, which originally came with PC2700 DDR.
Cons: Surprised to see that this type of RAM costs so much given how old it is and how low the capacity is, but I guess they're not making much of it anymore are they?
Other Thoughts: Should work on most DDR Intel and AMD DDR systems, even stepping down to DDR-266 or DDR-333 shouldn't be a problem.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: CyberPower CP1000PFCLCD UPS 1000 VA / 600 Watts PFC compatible Pure Sine Wave
Pros: Good, stable power with no fuss.
Cons: Pricey, but it is a pure sine-form UPS.READ FULL REVIEW