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Pros: This is not a five egg, luxury hotel for PC parts, but I found it to be clean and tidy and had no trouble unpacking. I'm sure my basic PC parts will be perfectly comfortable resting here. The space is adequately ventilated for a mobo, CPU, RAM, DVD drive, and HDD, and no one seems to be unduly crowded. There's enough room to add another roommate or two in case there's a need for better graphics or something, and the provided fans are quiet enough.
Cons: The parts did mention that the metal walls are a bit thin and flimsy, and that the cable management was rudimentary (or perhaps primitive), but for the price, they aren't complaining!
Other Thoughts: This is a nice, basic case.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: For reference, I work at a hospital, and I need a small in those ubiquitous blue gloves. I'd been looking around for gaming mice recommendations. Hand size often isn't considered in reviews (I suppose there's no standard), but Kone Pure was one name that came up in several places. It's lighter than most other mice I've used, and I wasn't sure I'd like that, but I ordered the refurbished version, anyway.
I absolutely love it. It's got a nice grip, with a silky rubbery feel. The thumb buttons are big enough to hit easily, but not so big I hit them by accident. It seems accurate, and it's easier on my hand. I play all kinds of games, and the biggest difference I've noticed is in Diablo III. My high APM UE DH doesn't wear my hand out nearly as fast.
Cons: I haven't done much with the software other than to change the LED color. It'd be cool to see something besides static and breathing light options.
Other Thoughts: I like the grey color.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: This is my first induction cooktop, and I've been very pleased with it. It heats things up quickly, the settings seem flexible enough, it's easy to clean, and there's no wire coils for suicidal foodbits to leap into and burn. I like the warning that sounds if I pull the pan off. It's very easy to clean, too.
Cons: * The fan can be a little noisy, but not unduly so.
* The included pan is really cheap and lightweight. Pretty much, I found it to be an introduction on "How To Burn Everything!" Using heavier pans seems to have solved that problem. It's not worth knocking an egg for, though.
Other Thoughts: I'd recommend it.READ FULL REVIEW