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ViewSonic VX2370Smh-LED Black 23
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  • neweggOwned For: more than 1 year

Pros: Good price, initial purchase
Looks as good as when first installed 2-1/2 years ago. Vivid colors, good resolution and renders very nice screen captures.
Definitely like the small bezel and 23" matte screen (easy on the eyes)

Cons: As others have stated, speakers are mediocre, but use an Asus DSX 7.1 Xonar sound card anyway. Have always used add-on sound cards, never built-in or on-board. Didn't buy this monitor for the sound anyway.

Other Thoughts: System:
Win 8.1 64-bit (also had it on Win 7 64-bit)
Mobo: Asus M5A99FX Pro R2.0 (Switching to Gigabyte GA-990FX-Gaming mobo)
CPU: AMD FX-6300 running at 4.0MHz
Card: PCI-E Diamond Radeon HD7750 model 01-7750PE51G with 1GB DDR5 (3 years, 3 months old)
Storage: SSD Samsung 850 EVO 240GBs (switching to EVO 850 M.2 card)
DRAM: Crucial Ballistix PC1866 DDR3 16GBs
Connector: HDMI using v1.4a cable

Other thoughts: Sorry to learn others have had such negative experiences, gladly, I can’t say the same with my monitor which I like very much.


4 out of 5 eggs Is This Discontinued 02/01/2016

This review is from: SanDisk 64GB Extreme CZ80 USB 3.0 Flash Drive, Speed Up to 245MB/s

Pros: Definitely strong reviews, maintained a strong competitive edge and has many fans.
Specs looked good considering the time of its initial release, and read/write benchmarks have been consistent, but a few newer models are beginning to outperform for the same price.

Cons: --Initial release approximately mid-2012.
--Prices should have fallen more before now and I would not consider anything above $30 for the 64GB model competitively priced, especially when models nearly twice as fast are a few dollars less expensive.
--Aging reports indicate this nearly 4 year old model is nearing its retirement stage (aka Lifetime or EOL “End Of Life”).
--Hence, lifetime warranty might end soon if you purchase products now. Read vendor’s small print defining Lifetime Warranty.
--What then are your warranty options and outcome if you receive a defective product and use the RMA process?

Other Thoughts: --Do lots of research before buying so you know whether you’re getting an older model or a second generation. There are differences in specs for models ending in -A46 -A75 -G46 -GAM46.
--Has production ended, and are recent/current purchases old merchandise where vendors are clearing inventory? Beginning to see “discontinued” disclosures on a few sites. Might have just convinced myself to settle on the competitive P20 drive which is 1.5 years old, twice as fast and less expensive.

PNY Elite Performance 128GB Secure Digital Extended Capacity (SDXC) Flash Card Model P-SDX128U395-GE
  • neweggOwned For: less than 1 day

Pros: Capacity, transfer/write speeds, price if similar to competitors.
I've used a couple lower capacity UHS-1/U3 cards in an action cam and dashcam, and they are fast.
My other PNY cards have all been reliable--both SDXC and microSDHC.

Cons: The everyday price as of now is already $49.99, the Egg is $10 above that, so even if it drops $10, that should not be considered a Shell Shocker. Shop around where you buy this item and don't be fooled.

Other Thoughts: Put this to go use in any hardware that shoots video. This is too expensive for use in a cell phone or slow tablet.


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Date Joined: 01/01/06

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