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This review is from: ASRock 880GXH/USB3 AM3 AMD 880G USB 3.0 HDMI ATX AMD Motherboard
Pros: Worked really well for several years. OC functions are nice, on board graphics were pretty good for non-gaming usage.
Cons: Died after 4 years. Slowly began having start up issues and finally wouldn't POST even will all attachments removed.
Other Thoughts: Excellent feature design. I'd like to see more with similar offerings in the future.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: Pioneer White SE-CL07-H 3.5mm Connector Canal Stereo Headphone (White)
Pros: Great buds! Sound is immaculate. 10mm drivers produce the right amount of bass. Highs aren't overly sharp. I'm extremely happy for having only paid fifteen bucks. Blows the iPod gen4 and gen5 units I had clear away.
Cons: Midrange seems a tad weak, might be due to the poor quality of MP3 files and that my phone has naturally poor equalizer settings.
Other Thoughts: Let's face it. I love to have some great mobile sounds but I'm not paying for noise cancelling units or anything fancy due to the fact that they'll more than likely be trampled/lost/eaten anyway. See also: Murphy's Law.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Lenovo makes some excellent products. I feel that all of these desktops are a high cost to performance ratio because I build my own desktops. However, this was purchased for my mother through an education fund. The wifi antenna is a beast with a ~4ft extended magnetic base for dual N antennas. The case is beautiful and well vented, no lack of fans like other mfg's. It has a literal physical switch on the front to adjust the clock speed / limits. It changes colors with the 3 modes and is very slick. The writeup here does little justice to how fancy this unit is feature-wise.
Cons: Anemic power supply, check any of the other factory produced units in the market.
Other Thoughts: Lenovo customer support is the best I have ever experienced with anything tech-based. Call centers are typically in Atlanta when I need things. Ironic because Lenovo is a Chinese company and has the sense to base customer service for the states... in the states. Score!READ FULL REVIEW