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This review is from: Link Depot SCW-10-AL 11 PCS ALUMINUM SCREW-SILVER
Pros: Try these, you'll like them! Once you go to thumbscrews for your case, you'[ll never go back.
They are very easy to firmly tighten, and you can easily open your case for cleaning or tweaking without having to find a screwdriver.
They look pretty darned cool, as well.
Cons: Might be a bit more difficult to use for those who have trouble gripping small items, such as arthritis sufferers.
Apart from that, no cons unless you own stock in a screwdriver company.
Other Thoughts: 11 is an odd number to package together, but whatever.
I usually replace the regular screws with these on any computer case I work on, so I keep a couple of packets around. They're a bit unusual, and although they're a very minor and inexpensive detail my repair clients are always impressed by them.
This review is from: World Tech Toys ZX-35932 - X-Quad 2.4GHz 4.5CH Gyro Electric RTR RC Quadcopter
Pros: It might work well for a few weeks.
You might get the hang of flying it with less frustration than I had.
Comes with an extra battery, which helps since they only last around five minutes each.
Comes with extra propellers, which is good since they'll quickly break and fly off.
Cons: It's VERY tiny, about the size of an adult's hand. It's made out of junky plastic that will quickly crack and break apart.
The batteries are both wrapped in tape that was coming unraveled when I opened the box.
This isn't worth what I paid for it, and I got it on sale. Comparable units can be found in toy stores for half the listed price.
Other Thoughts: If you really want to get a quadcopter to play with and you aren't an expert, go to a brick-and-mortar store and actually see what you are getting.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: APEX MI-110 Black / Silver Steel Mini-ITX Tower Computer Case 250W Power Supply
Pros: Compact, sturdy.
Cons: The power supply has lots of molex/IDE power connectors, but only two SATA plugs. Forget running two HDDs and the optical, unless you have an adapter.
With my Mini-ITX motherboard, the RAM stuck upward just a hair too far to put in an optical drive in the 5.25" slot. If you're using anything in the 5.25" drive, check your mobo's layout and make sure your RAM doesn't intersect where the drive would hang over.
Stock cooler on the processor is too tall to get the included power supply in. Right now I have the PSU taped to the top of the box while I wait for my replacement case to arrive.
If you are using super-small everything and are confident about fitting it all in, give this case a shot. For me, it was disappointing.