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This review is from: Xtreme Cables VR VUE Virtual Reality Viewer for 3.5 to 6" Phones
Pros: Easy to use, cheap, and somewhat sturdy. For example, my Iphone 5s does decent with vr apps, I decided to put my HDfire 6" tablet on the end. This doesnt hold a candle to real vr stuff, but its neat to watch the 360 videos and light game with some vr, and like I said, on the cheap.
Cons: the gap for your nose is a big what tha...same time, you cant even spend $10 for glasses without running into the same issue, not much of a con considering the price.
Other Thoughts: Meh, buy it, if for anything, novelty, if you dont have the funds for big boy stuff. Ide be willing to bet, by next summer, most phones will probably be very vr capable instead of simply vr ready. The nausea is real though, watch yo self lol, I thought I was a man till I rode the wrong roller coaster haha(prolly has alot to do with my ultra low end approach :P)READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: Antec TRUEPOWERII TPII-550 550W ATX12V SLI Certified CrossFire Ready Power Supply
Pros: Still running, for mother in law, powering Core2duo and a 8800gt. Still silent, pretty much no issues in over 6 years now, props!!
Cons: none, if my brother hadnt bought me a newer powerupply, tehcnically this would still powering even my current system.
Other Thoughts: None, was one of the best electronic purchases ive ever bought. Has lasted longer than the vehicles i have owned, and it has been a non-stop gaming machine when i had it and likewise now my motherinlaw plays Sims 3 everyday. Much props to Antec, platinum(gold is too average) standard parts by far!READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Had no earthly idea they made, specifically, left-handed sata cables, this fixed my original problem, which was a videocard blocking a sata port. i bought a pci sata card to get the sata port i lost, this cable fit perfectly, and now im using the card for another drive. Thanx!
Other Thoughts: Works perfectly!READ FULL REVIEW