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This review is from: Corsair Gaming K70 Mechanical Gaming Keyboard - Red LED - Cherry MX Red Switches
Pros: Keyboard is very stiff and solid. keys feel great to press and keycaps simple to replace. Quieter than a model M, but still louder than a conventional keyboard. It's going to last forever thanks to mechnical keyswitches.
Cons: I do not prefer a completely smooth travel key with no audible or tactic feedback while the key is pressed until the end of the travel.
My other keyboard is an IBM Model M and I went back to it for this reason.
This review is from: IRULU V1S 5" Quad Core Android 4.4 Kitkat 3G Unlocked Smartphone - White
Pros: Replaceable battery lets you go longer without charging if you purchase a second package and saves needing to send the phone to a manufacturer when the battery wears out.
Light weight, slim and stylish casing.
Display is very sharp. Pictures are as good as any modern smart phone twice the price.
Responsive on the home screens and opening and closing apps / loading web pages.
Cons: Did not arrive with version 4.4 of android installed
Too wide for one handed use in my hand, but this is a problem with every 5" or even 4.7" phone. My hand is only 7" long.
I was able to drain the battery much quicker than my Sony Xperia Z3 compact which is the same battery size but 4.6" screen. This phone would last for about 3.5 hours of video or camera usage.
Viewing angles are worse than an iPhone 6 or Xperia Z3 or any amoLED display. They're fine for everyday use but 3 people won't be able to all look at the phone screen and see good color and contrast.
No 5GHz Wi-Fi
Other Thoughts: This would be a great phone for parents who want their kid to have a smart phone but are afraid they will lose it and don't want expensive replacements or insurance.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Setup was a breeze and the adapter feels very substantial and well built due to the heat sink.
Noticeably improved signal strength for my PC vs a 2 antenna single band wireless adapter I had been using. I share Wi-Fi with 3 people and up to 10 devices, using the 5GHz band has seemed to improve dropping of connection on the older devices.
Cons: Still not as fast as gigabit ethernet. However I rarely transfer files on my home network and so the speed potential of either is well beyond that of my internet connection
Other Thoughts: If you cannot or do not want to use wired ethernet this is probably the best wireless speed you can get.READ FULL REVIEW