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This review is from: chestercreektech LB2B Color 104 Normal Keys USB or PS/2 Wired LearningBoard
Pros: The kids are able to use and might use all day... if my sister, their mom would let em. I am not sure how much the color helps them learn, but it does seem to get their attention and help. 5 eggs on the neat factor is what led me to give this fantastic keyboard a try!
Other Thoughts: Got the Chestercreektech mouse to go with this keyboard and they go grrrreat together. I got the one that matched up with it. The keyboard and mouse have impressed other kids and their parents, so there is a certain WOW factor, which is neat.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Color and small size are great for the kids and yep even adults can use without problems!
Cons: None so far!
Other Thoughts: Neat idea to color code, makes mouse more interesting for the kids.. I have paired with Chestercreektech keyboard and they look great together.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: DViCO FusionHDTV7 RT GOLD HDTV/Analog TV Tuner Card
Pros: 1} small size means it should fit next to large video cards.
2) great over the air reception
3) qam reception is crystal clear
4) software is good and included.
5) low enery use and low heat.
Cons: You cable company and the content providers. This is not a knock on the card, but many cable channels are now encrypted so you and I can't see them without renting a device from cable company and can't record them either. There are now some solutions coming available, but a home theater pc, for all of its potential has been severely sabotaged by the content providers and where a $50 card should be all it takes for cable only, over the air is included because that is only signal that has not been really blocked in some way. This does diminish the value of all TV tuner cards and takes away our rights to fully enjoy technology. Our gripes should not be with these cards, but with those that have stripped down our right to use these cards to their fullest potential.
Other Thoughts: If you need help, the avsforum is a great place to go, simply scroll down to home theater computer discussion and topics from which cards to use for linux or xp or vista are well supported and there is some very good advice available.
I have moved my various tv tuner cards around in different rigs I have built and this one finally allows me to use a card in machine that one would not fit in previously next to older 7900 GTX with one of those thick Thermaltake after market coolers. It really helps that card ends at end of pci slot.