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This review is from: Rosewill Apollo - RK-9100xR - Mechanical Keyboard with Red Backlight
Pros: Nice and heavy keyboard, wont move on you. Comes with brightly colored replacement keys for arrow keys and wasd.
Hooked right up no problem.
Cons: Might be too loud for the office. Just be aware.
The worst part is the headphone jack has a bit of feedback so its not really great for plugging into :( but other than that its good, this is why I only gave 4 stars.
Other Thoughts: I got this keyboard for the office and its a little loud. Might take it home if people complain but either way I will use it.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: I got this case as part of a package deal (the full case and another mini-itx case) I like how this case has the front ports like how the full tower versions do. My only problem is now I have 3 cases and I'm still figuring out what I'm going to use them all for.
Cons: Maybe its because I got a package deal (3 cases) but I only got 1 bag of screws and that was packaged in the full tower I bought. I feel like I might be headed down to the hardware store to try and fix this problem down the road.
I guess I somehow expected this case to be smaller and use it as a media computer in my living room. Like store it somewhere by my TV but the size of it doesn't really fit in those square boxie book shelf things that are all the rage in living rooms these days. It's really my own fault tho, I suppose I'll just have to think of another use for this case :)
Pros: This case is pretty sweet lookin! I've not bought a full tower before and was a little surprised at the actual size but I really should have know better. All in all this is a pretty good case.
Cons: The only con I will add is that the case comes with a bag of screws for mounting whatever you need but I feel like there isn't really enough here, and some of the holes on the top and bottom of the case (ment to be stacked) would seem like they should have an optional covering.
Another thing I don't really like about the case is if you notice the smaller case that would attach to the big one doesn't have any front ports for plugging stuff into it. I plan on using this smaller case as its own separate computer but it's annoying that I won't have front ports for it.