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This review is from: QNIX QX2710 LED Evolution II 27" QHD Samsung PLS Matte Panel PC Monitor
Pros: Price. $215 (shell shocker) is flat out a steal for what you get.
Was able to over clock to 115hz. Tried to get 120 but got artifacts, but still. 115 is pretty awesomesauce.
Shipped fast considering it comes from Korea and had no dead pixels on arrival.
Matte black finish instead of gloss. Personal preference for sure but I hate glossy plastic.
Its' an actual Samsung panel, and it looks brilliant!
Cons: A little bit of backlight bleed as others have described. But honestly, I don't notice it at all except for black scenes, and even then, it really doesn't bother me much. Not worth docking the monitor for in any way IMO.
The fact that you have to remove the bezel to take off the stand is pretty much the dumbest thing ever..... Not really much more you can say about that.
Only has a DVI-D connection. But really doesn't affect much as long as you have a graphics card with a DVI-D or DVI-I connection.
Can't use cables that are, for example, dvi-d to display port, or dvi-d to hdmi. You have to use active adapters. Not a big deal if you just have one of these. But if you wanted to run a multimonitor config you would run in to problems if you didn't have enough dvi ports.
Everything other than the actual lcd panel is pretty much cheap-o cheap stuff.
8ms response time. Not horrible, but not great.
Other Thoughts: This is hands down probably the best bang for the buck that you can get. Yes it does come with some faults, but for what you get, they are very easy to look over. Overclocking is super easy using CRU and the nvidia control panel. If I had the money I would buy 2 more of these to run triple screens! Maybe one day.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: It works just fine, but it is far from special in any way.
Cheap.I got this board basically for free as a combo with a 4790k.
Cons: Gets super hot.
Does not overclock well at all.
Horrible yellowish baby poop color.
NFC reader that came with it is completely and utterly useless. It works, sometimes, and when it does it takes several tries to get it to read. It is slower than using a password, so i pretty much just dumped it.
iOS app is total garbage.
Other Thoughts: If I didn't get this board for basically nothing I would never buy it or recommend it.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: JBL J22I In-Ear Headphones - White
Pros: Disclaimer, i got these on sale for $8.99, so my review is based off of that price point. These are the very best earbuds I have bought for under $10.
For the price I paid, the sound is excellent. Very balanced between highs, mids, and lows. The buttons work very well. Flat cable, which I love. Feels very well built and I feel like they will last a while.
Cons: Ear buds do get a bit uncomfortable after wearing for more than 2 hours or so (I prefer the apple earbud design).READ FULL REVIEW