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This review is from: LG W2240T-PN Glossy Black 22" 5ms Widescreen LCD Monitor 300 cd/m2 70000:1
Pros: Extremely bright and crisp, HD resolution, looks great, easy menu navigation. I picked this up for 120 not knowing what to expect for that low a price... but really impressed with the display, very comparable to the far more expensive Samsung LED backlit display I already have. great deal.
Cons: The only thing that bothers me is the thickness of the bezel. Its a nice glossy finish but seems a bit large, taking away from the overall look of the cabinet.
Other Thoughts: Amazing deal for $120!READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: COOLER MASTER RC-690-KKN1-GP Black SECC/ ABS ATX Mid Tower Computer Case
Pros: This is the absolute BEST case I have worked with, doing several builds over the years with various brands. Its a gorgeous design, with black aluminum mesh all over and a nice silver trim. Love the top-facing USB/firewire/eSATA connectors, much more convenient than front bottom.
The BEST part about this thing is the layout inside. Very roomy, and tool-less design actually works well and makes things easy. The 3.5" HDD bays are ingeniously built perpendicular (left-right) to the case, with plastic pull-out trays to load individual drives into. This is AWESOME, because you don't have to suffer through pulling drives in/out over a crowded mobo. And you don't have SATA wiring sticking out over the MOBO - you can wrap them around back instead. BRILLIANT.
Cons: I got mad because there were no screws in the box - until I realized they were actually driven into holes up and down the drive bays. Stupid me... not really a con.
The cable ties built into the case can be nice but they also get in the way; one of them is blocking a SATA connector on my board, and it seems pretty hard to remove.
Other Thoughts: Awesome price for this thing - can't go wrong at 59.99 + free ship. Nice.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: Cooler Master Elite Power - 460W Power Supply
Pros: Low price. All the connectors you could possibly need for a new rig, including a PCIe connector and 4 SATA power connectors. The similarly priced ps from Thermaltake only has 2 SATA power connectors, which isn't enough
Cons: Doesn't look as nice as the Thermaltake ps... but then, its a ps. Also no sleeving of the wiring, though you can just as easily tie stuff together as needed.
Other Thoughts: 29.99 for this thing? yea!READ FULL REVIEW