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This review is from: CM Storm Devastator - LED Gaming Keyboard and Mouse Combo Bundle (Blue Edition)
Pros: -extremely inexpensive
-The glossy black + neon blue combo is great
-Backlight can be toggled on/off
-Standard keyboard layout, meaning there arent any weird oversized keys, or mini-sized spacebars. Everything is right where your muscle memory expects it to be
-nice long cable
-looks really cool
-has on-the-fly dpi adjustment
-smooth, frictionless gliding
-nice long cable
Cons: -constructed out of rubbery feeling plastic, which gives a great grip... but is semi-uncomfortable. Holding the mouse makes my palm feel sweaty.
-very lightweight mouse. A sneeze could push it across the table
-no drivers (this might actually be a pro for some users, because it's 100% plug n play, but I like having hardware specific drivers.)
-keyboard is slightly noisy... especially when typing quickly
Other Thoughts: Although this keyboard-mouse combo isn't flawless, it's priced at 33% of the cost of competing products. Yes a Steelseries or Razer combo is going to outperform the CM devastator, but they will also cost $100 more (at least.)
As far as bang-for-the-buck goes, this is definitely the very best blue-led backlit combo you can find.
Pros: -Enough power to run 99% of all games with max settings
-Smaller than most high-powered video cards
-very good price/performance ratio (one of the best of all video cards)
Cons: -loud fan
-occasional video card crashes, especially when playing specific games like Blizzard's Hearthstone
-has 4 output ports, but can only use 2 simultaneously
-discontinued and out of stock due to known issues
-my card died after 21 months
Other Thoughts: I'm in the RMA process for a replacement card, but I have to pay the shipping (both ways)....
what a pain in the patootie.
This review is from: Nippon Labs STK-23GR Enhanced PC Service Toolkit with 23 Tools in Grey
Pros: This thing has all of the standard devices you would expect in a portable electronics repair toolkit, plus some extras.
Cons: none so far
Other Thoughts: i dont think i will ever have to use the soldering iron, but this kit was roughly the same price as all of the other kits that didnt have soldering irons. if it's the same price, why not go with the kit that delivers more?READ FULL REVIEW