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Pros: 1. Last a long time.
2. Keeps a great charge.
3. Comes in a nice little plastic case for travel/storage.
4. They came fully charged and ready to go.
Cons: 1. None that I can see.
Other Thoughts: I don't know a lot about batteries so take my review with a grain of salt as it will not provide the insight as the other reviews here with those users being MUCH more informed than I.
I use these batteries for my Uniden HomePatrol-1 digital scanner and my Logitech G602 wireless mouse. So far these batteries are performing WAY better than I thought. They seem to last a long freaking time :) :)
This review is from: Coboc 10 ft. High Speed HDMI® Cable
Pros: 1. Got it when it was cheap!
2. Its just an everyday HDMI cable.
3. Decent quality
4. Buy it if you need it!
Cons: 1. None.
Other Thoughts: I got 2 of these when they were $5.00/each and free S&H. Couldn't pass 'em up.
I am always needing an HDMI cable for various builds I do so I figured I would snag a couple as eventually i will use them.
They are not anything special. Just a typical HDMI cable like you would find at W@lmart or Staples.
Pros: 1. Cheap after rebate I got with it
2. Small GPU
3. Awesome name brand
4. HDMI which is a must for me
5. Great for a media center
6. No fan meaning its dead silent which is great.
7. Heatsink works awesome and keeps the card cool.
8. Its Nvidia! :D :D
9. Newegg has amazing service like always!!
Cons: 1. The Geforce drivers are a complete pain to get to work for this card. (See other thoughts).
Not worth taking an Egg as I understand drivers can be a pain in the rear for some people while others have no issues. Just depends.
I have many years of experience with system building so I understand how PC parts can be a pain in the rear sometimes :) :)
Other Thoughts: Like MANY others on these reviews and around forums on different websites I am having nasty problems getting the actual GPU driver to work with the card. I have tried the 326.80 drivers all the way up to the 334.89 and no luck, same issues and system lock up. I will not give up!! :) Not sure why so many people and myself are having issues with these drivers for this card. I have reformatted and disabled everything I could to get these drivers installed, no luck yet. I am almost outta options and might end up sending it back as defective if I cannot get it to go. Haven't decided yet.
I have x2 EVGA GTX 780 Ti's and my wife has x2 EVGA GTX 680's and we have zero issues with those cards and their drivers so I was a bit shocked with the issues with this EVGA 8400GS card.
I use the card for our little media center in our living I recently put together. Its perfect for it as I will not be doing any gaming on it so I didn't need a blazing fast card.
The card works without the Geforce drivers from the website. Currently just running the standard Windows 7 x32 drivers. I just like to keep things updated but I might have to just suck it up and deal with the Windows drivers. No biggie :)
I would still recommend this card for the average user wanting to setup a simple media center. Its perfect for it and dirt cheap but just keep in mind the issues many people are having with it.