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This review is from: Coboc 25 ft. gold plated, High speed HDMI to HDMI A/V Cable (Black)
Pros: 25 foot version working fine running a 27 inch 720p television from a Radeon 7850 graphics card
Plastic connector housing is a little large, but fit without obstructing other ports. Not even a millimeter of extra room, but not touching other cables either.
Image quality is superior to the VGA cable it replaced
Very bendy and easy to bundle multiple around corners, behind things, easy to hide.
Cons: Took a second to figure out that Radeon cards underscan by default for the HDMI port so if you have black space around your image make sure you disable that. Not the cords fault.
Other Thoughts: Local stores were trying to sell 6 and 8 foot cables for $25+, I saw an 8 foot cable for $39.99
Got to my door in 3 days, pretty darn good for 4-7 day shipping
Pros: Brought new life to an old Dell D620 that previously only had 1gb of ram in it. Needed the extra for Windows 7 to work nicely with standard youtube/email/word processing as the laptop originally came with Windows XP.
Cons: Only running at 553mhz when the laptop supports 667mhz, not sure if this is the laptops fault or the memories but since it's just being used for youtube, music, and word processing it's not worth losing an egg.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Great signal
Big omnidirectional antennas
USB cord extender
Comes in 3 pieces, a simple USB dock with a 3 foot cord, that you can plug any device in to, a USB wifi stick that can be taken around and used on the go, and two omnidirectional antennas that are larger and higher gain than my routers.
Picks up signals 30% further away and through two more walls than my laptops built in 2x1 card.
Cons: No suction cup/clip to mount it for better signal.READ FULL REVIEW