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This review is from: Canon CanoScan LiDE 700F 3297B002 9600 x 9600dpi 48bit USB Interface Flatbed Scanner
Pros: Great scanner. See "Other Thoughts".
Cons: See "Other Thoughts".
Other Thoughts: One of the images for this scanner shows the scanner, box, USB cable, and what is incorrectly labeled as a power adapter. That is NOT a power adapter, it is the attachment for scanning film negatives. This scanner is powered by the single USB cable only. I almost didn't buy this scanner because I thought it had a separate power adapter!READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: Hillsdale Furniture Venus Adjustable Swivel Bar Stool With Bear (brown) Faux Suede
Pros: Excellent bar stools - I got these on a 3 for 2 special (great, because we needed 3) which worked out to just under $100 each. Delivery was very fast and the stools came extremely well packaged to avoid shipping damage - this is a big plus.
The stools are very easy to assemble, are sturdy, have a good-sized seat, and they are very very comfortable - a huge plus for bar stools. I was so impressed with the quality and packaging that I ordered some other furniture from the same company, and was equally impressed. The stool also has adjustable height which works with a lever just like an office chair. The color is very similar to the picture, and the base is black. The back support is also comfortable and well-positioned.
Other Thoughts: If you're looking for s nice bar stool, look no further.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Comprehensive BIOS, lifetime warranty, stellar support, and it's mad sexy as well! What more could you ask for? This board is awesome.
Upgraded from the E758 model, and I am loving this board. Just finished building a water-cooled rig with 2 x GTX480 HydroCoppers (also EVGA), an i7-930 and some new Dominators, and this board took everything in stride immediately, without a single hiccup.
The board includes an inbuilt PCIe 12V molex plug so you don't need to be concerned about melting the 24pin connectors that some older model boards have experienced in isolated cases (apparently caused by excessive voltage draw by NVidia 400/500 series and recent ATI model graphic cards).
I am still using SATA2 drives for now - waiting for the SATA3 drives to come down in price a little before switching over, but I have heard some SATA3 users comment that the speed is absolutely smoking.
Other Thoughts: Price is getting up there, but in this case you definitely get what you pay for. Quality and performance are top notch, and well worth the price tag.READ FULL REVIEW