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This review is from: AZIO MGK1 Backlit Mechanical Gaming Keyboard
Pros: Nice construction. Keys feel great and have a satisfying click to them. Nice backlighting, not too bright. Rolling volume control wheel is great. Take the wrist rest off and you have a pretty low profile package! Braided USB cable.
Cons: I wish it got brighter, but not really a con.
I also wish there were other LED color options, but not really a con.
Other Thoughts: I bought this elsewhere but only because I had credit to burn there, otherwise would have purchased it here @ Newegg.
It's like the Corsair K70 but only in light blue backlighting, but it's half the price. I love it so far. It's a joy to type on. I haven't really gamed much on it yet, I bought it for typing!!!
Get one, you won't regret it.
This review is from: Antec P70 Black Computer Case
Pros: The outside looks OK.
Comes with 3 120mm fans, will take 5, has a fan controller.
USB 3 "front" jacks.
Bottom mount power supply.
Dust filters screens for the front and power supply.
All black interior.
Has motherboard cutout for rear heatsink plate access for big heatsinks (Like the Coolermaster Hyper series).
Mostly not sharp edges but there are a couple bad spots.
Cons: Flimsy, cheap, lightweight. Metal is super thin, lots of plastic
All the "front" jacks (USB/Audio/power buttons) are on TOP not front.
Included fans are really cheap for Antec, how long will they last?
Funky hard drive mounting rails, no screws.
Cable management NIGHTMARE
Other Thoughts: #1) This thing is not worth a penny over $35. That's what I paid at a local shop, and Newegg should have it this price or with a rebate.
#2) If you REALLY NEED a MODULAR POWER SUPPLY or get ready for some UGLY cable mgmt.
It looks OK but once you open it up you know you're in trouble.
The back side panel (behind the motherboard) does come off, and you have a cutout to get to the back of the motherboard so you could change out a big heatsink backplate without pulling the motherboard which is cool. Once the back panel is off, you are presented with a ton of wires from the TOP port panel and from the fan controller. With some work you can tie these up into a semi manageable situation. But there is no room for anything else or the panel won't fit back on without bulging/bending. This becomes an immediate problem when you put in your power supply. There is NOWHERE for the wires to go. So if you're buying new, GO MODULAR! I already had a power supply, so I did the best I could but still wound up with a giant bundle of cables sitting at the bottom of the case, there is no where for them to go.
The case looks bigger than it is... with a microATX board I did OK with all the cabling. But just forget about trying to wedge a full size ATX in there, you'll lose your mind and some blood.
Top mount USB ports and power buttons. Under my desk, which it barely fits under, this sucks since I can't see the buttons. If I want to use a USB port I'm going to have to pull it out a little.
In the end it looks OK and seems fairly quiet for now, but Antec included some of the cheapest looking fans I've ever seen. Will probably have to replace them at some point.
The dust screens are a nice touch, but the front panel is kind of a chore to get on and off, which you have to do to access the screen. Not hinged like the 300, has rubber posts that "pop" in the holes. How long will those last?
In the end I got a $35 Antec case. I wish I had spent $20 more on a 300. Those are infinitely easier to work with.
Pros: Great screen, very clear. Nice size, lightweight. Has MicroSD and MiniHDMI ports!
Cons: Battery life is Meh.
Included AC adapter is a universal plug type and had issues with it (intermittent and slow charging). But I have tons of Micro USB chargers, you probably do too.
Had all kinds of app problems (apps wouldn't install right, would go into loops and LA-LA land, apps crashing, etc) until I updated to the newest Android update / Kitkat. See below.
Other Thoughts: First thing out of the box, charge it up (mine came with a totally dead battery). The included AC adapter is kind of flaky, I used my phone charger.
Once charged up a bit, do this android update FIRST! Follow the instructions.
Once I updated android, all my app problems went away. Good thing too, this puppy almost got returned for refund.
Display Name: William R.
Date Joined: 04/09/01
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