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This review is from: Case Logic Black 14" Laptop Attaché Model VNA-214
Pros: For a light small-footprint bag, it works great. It holds my laptop + power cable, a small mix of network/serial/usb cables, a small mouse, a small notebook and a couple of pens.
Cons: None - but consider that this is a light, small-footprint bag meant to get your laptop and a very small amount of gear where you need it to go. People that want/need to drag along a bunch of gear and the kitchen sink should look for a larger bag.
Other Thoughts: I have a Toshiba Satellite with a 14" screen - it fits snugly in the case, but not overly tight. I could see a potential issue with a some laptops that have 14.1" or slightly larger screens. Don't bother trying to fit a laptop with an extra-capacity battery in this case.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: Sherwood RX-4109 Stereo Remote Controlled Receiver with Phono Section
good sound quality for a budget receiver
has worked reliably for over two years
Cons: only partially programmable with a standard DirecTV remote
Other Thoughts: I'm sure serious audiophiles' ears would bleed if they listened to music though this receiver, but for me it's been an affordable and reliable receiver for my entertainment system for over two years. The only "problem" is that I can't turn on or off the receiver's power with the DirectTV remote.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: PHD PHDF2342 Black 23" - 42" Fixed Flat Panel Wall Mount
Pros: good quality
large array of mounting hardware
built-in level (mine was accurate)
secure system (though you may want to get a cotter pin or hitch pin clip if you're paranoid)
This mount works just as well as the $50-$100 mounts found in most department and electronics stores. If you need a quality static VESA-compatable TV wall mount for a good price, look no further.
Cons: I wish there was a way to secure the rubber stand-offs, though they do work well as intended: friction fit, and gravity/pressure further holds them in place.
It'd be nice if they threw in a cotter pin or hitch pin clip, but that's easily remedied by a quick trip to the hardware store.