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This review is from: JVC HA-F10C 3.5mm Connector Earbud Headphone
Pros: Hang in ear, one size fits all. Comfortable and sound better than the speakers on the Notebook. Very inexpensive - so quite good for the price.
Cons: Since they don't fit tight in the ears there will be less bass
Other Thoughts: For notebook users or those that want something to use while exercising they work great. Have had them for almost 2 years and I am constantly forgetting I have them on so they get yanked out at least once a week - still working:)READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Great price for dual channel pair. Plug and play, the BIOS recognized the memory on first boot up.
Cons: CAS L = 11; but then again that what I already had in the other two slots:)
Had to remove the GTX 660 video card to install the memory but knew ahead of time that would be the case - piece of cake.
Other Thoughts: The 11-11-11-28 timing matched the timing of the memory already installed at the factory in my rig.
Dell XPS 8700, Intel Haswell Core i7-4770 quad core CPU, PNY GeForce GTX 660 video card 2GB DDR5 VRAM, 16GB DDR3 dual channel system RAM, 1TB hard drive.
This review is from: eForCity Reusable Screen Protector for Barnes & Noble Nook Color
Pros: As easy to install as any other screen protector.
Inexpensive - free shipping.
Cons: New users may be confused if they don't carefully read the instructions on layers #1 and #2.
To install the protector one should:
1. In a dust free location, clean the screen.
2. Remove the top part of protective layer #1 exposing some of the sticky side of the protector.
3. Carefully place the protector on the screen - sticky side down, smooth out any bubbles before removing more of layer #1.
4 Finish gradually removing layer #1, and smooth out any other bubbles - DO NOT use excessive force - work from one end to the other - a few small bubbles are normal.
5. Remove layer #2 which was there to protect the screen protector while smoothing out bubbles.