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This review is from: SteelSeries Siberia Elite Prism Jet Black Gaming Circumaural Headset
Pros: This headset will provide critical sound details for the FPS gamer. By default the frequency of footsteps is louder and clear.
The separation between sounds is excellent. These block out a substantial amount of outside noise so you will hear even quiet sounds.
Base is satisfying for a headset and accurate, not boomy or clouded.
For the most part no frequency will wash out and make others hard to hear.
These are stylish and have solid build quality.
Cons: They are heavy, not just too heavy to easily wear on a walk or at the gym but you'll notice the weight on your head within a couple hours of first using them. This is something you probably get used to. Treble, sounds higher than vocals in music, are not loud enough or clear enough. In fact for music alone I cannot recommend these as there are options half the price with better sound quality and comfort.
Other Thoughts: For first person shooter gaming these have the most precise detailed sound I have ever heard. They will certainly elevate your game if you are currently on budget headphones, any kind of desktop speaker or you demand the best in everything.
Just listen to your music on something else.
This review is from: SanDisk Ultra Dual 32GB USB OTG Flash Drive Model SDDD-032G-A46
Pros: Speed was better than any flash drive I've used recently.
Light weight, you'll forget about it in your pocket.
Cons: Covers do not stay fully extended as easily as they should and do not protect the most important contacts. It's as though they're only there to prevent bending.
Too small for optimum ergonomics. You're going to drop it a lot unless you have tiny fingers.
Was not compatible with my Samsung S4 mini without additional software.
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Color and design is boring to look at.
Pros: Fits in my MSI X79a-GD45 Plus motherboard without needing to remove the oversized CPU heatsink or avoid using particular DIMM slots.
Provides a very noticeable boost in system performance upgrading from one 8GB stick of PC3 12800
Scores a maximum score of 7.9 for memory operations per second in Windows Experience Index.
Cons: Packaging is not the best,
Paper box provides no support and both modules were loose within the plastic case. Shaking side to side made the modules impact each other. As well as one corner of the PCB had slipped to a higher ledge than the rest of the plastic backing so a sharp impact from above could chip or crack the PCB. That's a real possibility since they were shipped in a bubble envelope.
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