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This review is from: NVIDIA $75 Value In-Game Coin Coupon II
Pros: Free. I guess...
Cons: Didn't bother downloading the games...one was already free for the trial. Not to mention you had to go through the hassle of creating accounts for each game site in order to download it, too much work.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Easy to install, great graphics, somewhat cheap. I can play WoW on Ultra settings as long as I'm not in a raid or in the city. If I'm raiding, FPS drops to 30ish, if I'm in the city, it drops to 10 FPS. While questing in the old worlds I can get 120 FPS, which is awesome!
Cons: I really thought I was going to be able to finally raid in my game on max settings, although questing is nice to be able to do on Ultra. Additionally, FPS drops insanely while in a city. Also, the card itself is HUGE! So big that I had to sit it and almost crimp some of my motherboard wires just so it would fit. With its size I would think it would run any game on max settings!
Other Thoughts: Not the most expensive card nor the cheapest. I figured for World of Warcraft this would be all I needed. It slightly outperforms my old 620 card during raids but does about the same in cities and performs well while questing on low level chars.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: Kocaso 726A Android 4.0 OS Netbook w/ Case & Mouse - 1.2Ghz, 1G DDR3
Pros: Great OS, fast, easy to setup/use, sleek design, great price
Cons: Made very cheap, my 4th grader broke her screen already by slamming it closed too hard I guess. We were able to run an HDMI cable and just hook it up to her TV though, so still usable. My son dropped his mouse and it broke as well. (We bought two)
Other Thoughts: If this is for a child, ensure they put it on a desk and use it gently, otherwise I recommend the Nabi Tablet for kids, it's very ruggedized. We bought one for our 4 yr old and it's still going strong and has been thrown around and what not. A little more pricier though.READ FULL REVIEW