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Pros: works well and doesn't break the bank. they are also fairly quiet. i have two running in my case bracketing my gtx 660 video card and i don't notice any additional noise.
Cons: doesn't make jello
Other Thoughts: for $5 you can't go wrong. good for putting around video cards to eliminate potential heat sources and providing good case airflow.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: Patazon Sports Wireless Bluetooth Headphone Earphone Music Headset Handsfree (Blue)
Pros: the sound is actually not bad on these and they are very lightweight, which i like. also the battery lasts a fairly long time.
Cons: there is no integrated microphone for making phone calls. so if you're listening to music and a call comes in you have to pause the music, dig your phone out of your pocket or gym bag or whatever, put your phone to your ear, and talk through it.
Other Thoughts: only get this if you want to listen to music over your phone but not make any calls using it. when i saw it was bluetooth i assumed you could talk through it for calls. but you can't. so it is a little misleading. if i had to do it again i wouldn't buy it because that is too big of a negative and very inconvenient. i would get one that has a mic built-in. lesson learned. just because a company advertises bluetooth doesn't mean it is full send and receive bluetooth. in this case its only receive.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: Warhammer Online: Age of Reckoning PC Game
Pros: Public Quests were fun when you can get enough people together to do them (which isn't very often). You don't have to beg your way into a raiding quild to do raids like in WoW. You can join any group you want, which is nice (there just were never any groups playing). They made an attempt to make the game accessible to everyone and not exclude the casual gamers, like in WoW.
Cons: Maps are small with lots of invisible walls and impassable terrains. They started with too many servers and then didn't downsize them. So there isn't enough player density. Even on medium population servers there is never anyone on to play with. most of the time you won't be able to do public quests because they don't scale to smaller groups. RvR is a joke because the biggest rewards are given for doing PvP scenarios. There aren't very many of them so the game quickly becomes repetitive and boring. The classes are poorly thought out and are extremely unbalanced. Healers can't keep up the damage from the DPS classes and tanks can't protect healers. So this is basically a DPS fest with no strategy. Become a Bright Wizard and you are basically untouchable and you will rule the game. No other class can do any type of comparable damage. The devs don't address gameplay or class balance issues but rather keep giving players what they want them to have, rather than what the players want.
Other Thoughts: Player for about 9 weeks before quitting. Was OK to begin with but lost interest after i got to Level 34 (out of 40) with a Chosen (Destruction Tank). Couldn't deal with the class unbalance issues, the lack of any meaningful economy or crafting, the boring armor and weapons, and the lack of anyone to play with. The game had a few good ideas but ultimately just wasn't immersive or fun. I joined with 3 friends and they quit after the first month when their complimentary subscriptions expired and I stayed on for another month before bailing, just to give it a fair chance. Honestly, the game feels like it should still be in beta testing. It just wasn't ready for primetime.READ FULL REVIEW