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Pros: - Max settings on all games
- Very silent compared to GTX 460
- Works great when bundled with 3DTV from Nvidia on my 47' 3D Vizio TV (E3D470VX) using an HDMI cable
- Multiple monitor inputs
Cons: None so far.
Other Thoughts: Can't wait to purchase Borderlands 2 and Skyrim to play on my new 3D TV!READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: - IPS Monitor
- Matte Display
- Bright Colors
- 4 USB ports
- Audio Out jack (so I can plug my headphones up-top versus on my tower)
Cons: - Eco-mode (sometimes it it would get reactivated when switching inputs decreasing the brightness)
- No HDMI
- Speakers are worthless
Other Thoughts: I'm use to the high quality IPS displays built in my 27' iMac and Macbook Pro's, so seeing this Monitor go against them and fare quite well regarding colors, I was actually quite pleased.
This is my 2nd review in the few years I've been on Newegg. I was compelled to write it since this is quite the Monitor for a great price!
As always, Newegg had it to me within 3 days.
This review is from: RADIAN RST301 SkyTone USB-Telephone Adapter
Pros: When it works, is awesome because I can use a corded phone/wireless phone base that has separate cordless phones. So I really am getting to use 2 phones instead of only using a corded USB phone that I cant take anywhere.
Cons: Even with updates and all the right settings for Skype, the sound quality for those receiving calls from any phone using the SkyTone varies greatly. Worked OK at my parents house PC but at my apartment on my laptop, its HORRIBLE. You can hear all sorts of static/screeches when you talk.
Also the stupid SkyTone software always keeps adjusting the wave in/microphone volume when a phone is being used to talk through Skype. This results in really bad static (it goes away generally when the microphone volume is lowered)
Other Thoughts: WORST TECH SUPPORT EVER. They actually dont have a "section" for the SkyTone products on the phone selection of tech support. Waited 30+ for no response.
Overall, don't get it unless you can 100% set this up with no tech support whatever and understand how to optimize Skype. If you cant get Skype to work, dont waste your money... and time.
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