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Pros: - Adjustable head band and can accommodate larger heads.
- Great sound quality for the price. Much better than I had expected.
- Bluetooth 4.1
- Fairly simple to pair to a phone.
- Covers the whole ear.
- Can produce loud sound. (Be careful)
- Seems to be well constructed.
- Not too heavy. Can wear for long periods of time.
- Can use a traditional 3.5mm jack ended cable to listen to music, or use it to share music with another person with regular headphones. (I haven't tested this, but it's listed in the manual.)
Cons: - Bleeds sound outside of the headphone to where others can definitely hear it about 10-15 feet away when you turn it up loud.
Other Thoughts: The manual is OK, but I was able to set up the headphones just fine. It's pretty much like any other bluetooth device.
Overall, I'm happy with these headphones.
This review is from: AMD FirePro V3900 100-505860 1GB DDR3 PCI Express 2.1 x16 Workstation Video Card
Pros: Easy installation.
Plug and Play in Dell Servers.
Comes with low profile bracket.
Works as expected.
No additional power needed.
DVI-I analog output capable, for those who need to use a DVI to VGA adapter.
Cons: Doesn't come with a DVI to VGA adapter if this is something you need for your environment.
Doesn't come with a drivers CD in the box. It directs you to download the latest version from AMD's website.
The AMD graphics driver installation package is too bloated in my opinion, even when doing the custom installation option.
Other Thoughts: I did not put this card through its paces and stress it. I needed this card for a Dell PowerEdge R210 II server running Windows 7, because the onboard Matrox graphics processor did not have drivers available for that version of Windows. We needed some basic graphical performance that the Windows "Standard VGA Adapter" driver was just not able to deliver.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: Kingston 16GB ECC Registered DDR3 1600 System Specific Memory Model KTD-PE316/16G
Pros: Simple, easy to install memory.
Other Thoughts: Installed this RAM into a Dell PowerEdge R410. I mixed it 2 other 4GB RAM sticks per processor. It complains about not all being the same size on boot, but my system is stable and even Dell claims this is OK to do. I'll eventually buy 4 more of these sticks to have 16's only in this server.READ FULL REVIEW
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