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Pros: Don't have to pay department store prices for a basic 3 footer.
Cons: Female end is a bit thick/stubby.
Other Thoughts: I could care less about the gold plating.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: Rexus YE-TDP-I Thermo-Meter
Pros: Now I can see my temps in a floppy bay instead of opening up the case.
Celsius and Fahrenheit.
Cons: I was expecting white plastic to go with my white case, but the one I got is black! Now the black edge shows through. Too bad I can't use a white marker to touch it up.
First one I got had a defective switch where Fahrenheit did not work. Not a problem for me since I use Celsius. The replacement was fine though.
For the price I can buy two thermometers. Flimsy. Be careful when screwing it to the case.
Temps are labeled CPU and HDD, even though I use them on other components.
In a dark room, the backlight is a bit too bright.
Not too hot about the 80's design of the face stickers, but beats showing black on a white case.
Other Thoughts: Newegg never seem to have more than one or two types of thermometers over the years. Very limited selection.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: Creative GigaWorks T20 Series II 28 watts RMS 2.0 Speakers
Pros: Treble and Bass controls.
Headphone and auxiliary jacks.
Tweeter and midrange drivers.
Decent highs, midrange, and lower midrange.
Ported speakers. Creative brands that with a weird fancy name: BasXPort.
Cosmetics (I think it's a little overdone though).
Cons: Midrange drivers could be bigger.
Profile is a bit thin, providing a less stable base to stand on.
Wish the cabinets were wood instead of plastic.
Ports at the top of the speakers allow dust to enter easily.
Performance is only slightly better than the old and venerable Altec Lansing ACS41, which was half the price of the T20.
No subwoofer output jack (very few 2.0s have this, such as the ACS41, I'm nitpicking).
Other Thoughts: Great, just great, Newegg. You raised the price by 20% then put on a pseudo 20% off sale on this. Har har.READ FULL REVIEW