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This review is from: Coboc 15 ft. gold plated, High speed HDMI to HDMI A/V Cable (Black)
Pros: Works as advertised. 1080p A/V transmitted cleanly. Tried jiggling the connector/wire around a bit and the image stays stable, despite what some other reviewers had complained about
Cons: Cable is pretty thin, and the material feels a bit cheap, but it works fine so I'm happy.
Other Thoughts: Given the low price point, it does a good job.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Zero dead pixels. I upgraded from a 17" and WOW, this thing is absolutely gigantic! For those who are big gamers, I personally tested it and measured an average INPUT LAG of just under 10ms. *not response time*, input lag. Which is excellent, especially for something so huge.
Cons: Not really an issue, but this thing is way too bright for me at default settings. My eyes hurt after about half an hour with the brightness only at 50 or so. Turned it down a bit, and now its grrrreat!
Other Thoughts: If you are like me and have a 17" or smaller monitor now, you will be ASTOUNDED at the enormousness of this monitor.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: COWON iAUDIO 7 1.3" Black & Red Side 16GB MP3 Player
Pros: Weighs next to nothing, and is plenty small. The sound quality is the best I've ever seen in a portable player (my X-Fi XtremeGamer soundcardbeats it anyday though) With far more audio adjustments than just your average equalizer. The OLED screen is pretty amazing too, all the colors are bright and the viewing angle is, no joke, 180 degrees with zero color distortion. I also really like the amount of different audio formats it can play, I have ogg, mp3, wma and flac files in my library and this plays 'em all.
Cons: The black plastic on this player is a fingerprint magnet. And for all those worried about the slow transfer problem, this is a know problem with a EASY FIX. Read my other thoughts for instructions.
Other Thoughts: To fix the slow transfer rate on the 16GB version of the player: 1) Make a backup (just copy and paste all the files into a folder on your computer). 2) Bring up the Computer Management porgram: Start -> Run -> "compmgmt.msc" 3) Under the "Storage" icon ont he left, click "Disk Management". 4) Right click "I AUDIO 7" and click "Format" 5) IMPORTANT: Set the "Allocation Unit Size" to 16K. Setting this to 16K is what solves the transfer porblem. 6) Press OK and let it format. 7) Once finished, copy all the files you backed up back onto the player, and if you want, put the firmware upadte files on there too! 8) And you're done! This should take you from about 1.5MB/s to 5MB/s transfer speed. Yay!READ FULL REVIEW