Showing Results: Most Recent
This review is from: EPSON 200 (T200520) Ink Cartridge, Multi-Pack (Cyan, Magenta, Yellow)
Pros: fast delivery.
Cons: The two year old printer took 1/4 of the ink, on brand new ink cartridges, just to do a nozzle clean. And that failed to do the job to my liking.
Other Thoughts: Epson offers an x-tra size ink cartridge for this model, but, i didn't have a high enough credit rating. I'm more disappointed with the brand and my lack of research before purchasing.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: DIYPC Adventurer-I8-BL Black Dual USB 3.0 ATX Mid Tower Gaming Computer Case with Build-in 5 x Blue Fans (2 x 120mm LED Fan x Front, 1 x 120mm LED Fan x rear, 2 x 120mm Fan x top), Fan Controller
Pros: Lotsa fans (5) for good airflow. Designed for the future; liquid cooled processor ready, Solid State drive mounts ready
Cons: Filled the house up with a burnt electricity smell the first few days. Nothing was wrong, just a hot gaming box and bad paint maybe? -- The legs are loose and flimsy. The 3 pin fan connectors for all these fans have no locks, and they slip out of connection every 5 minutes (or so) You can use the attached 5 pin power supply connector, but now the speed switches for the fans are bypassed. Not that they worked when i did have the switches connected. No speed changes; phantom switches. Box is on desk, you're looking at all your hardware in the window, but, to put a dvd/cd in you must pull the door open into your face, stand up so you can see the disk player and then, sit back down. *Hinges are on the wrong side of dvd/cd access door.
Other Thoughts: I would have spent the same amount of money buying 5 fans, so i guess the box is a bonus.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: 3TB is a holly cow amount of storage. 3000 Gigs is really 2.72 TB after install on a Windows o/s. Not an over-sized case; universal size. Quiet.
Cons: Not for the plug-n-pray world. You will need to format the drive to mount it. H/D comes with no software.
Other Thoughts: If you can, tie this into an existing computer and format the drive in the O/S. Then you can put it into a new system, and the MoBo will mount the drive in BIOS; tech hack for a new build.READ FULL REVIEW