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Pros: So far, I am pleased with this bulb. It is cool white, it took a while to adjust to after switching from a lamp with 5 warm white cfl bulbs. The light output is pretty close to matching the previous fixture, just a different temperature. Huge fraction of the cost going to a single 9.5 watt bulb from six bulbs around 75 watts.
Cons: This is not much of a con but I noticed that the delay was very slightly longer than that of the cfl's that they replaced put unless your eyes are tuned to noticing that kind of thing, you probably will not be a deterring factor for you.
Other Thoughts: Although there is a slight delay, it is not nearly as long as the delay on the 'collection led' bulbs that I bought at the same time. The delay is a literal wait, 1.5-2+ seconds. Although the bulbs were considerably cheaper, the wait is a huge con for me. I just wanted to share this experience. If you are thinking about going with a cheaper bulb, keep this in mind.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: Collection LED CL-G60E-6W (W) 40 Watt Equivalent LED Light Bulb
Pros: Good color temperature, reasonably priced. I was pleased to see that the color temperature is exactly the same as the warm white cfl bulbs that they replaced and the lighting quality is also the same if not brighter.
Cons: The delay is a HUGE, HUGE con for me. It is a literal wait, 1.5-2+ seconds. Another reviewer suggested going with a more reputable brand, and I would have to agree. I bought 4 of these, and a more expensive Sun Sun bulb for my main light fixture, and so far I am much more pleased with the Sun Sun. A bulb shouldn't be something you have to think about. You walk into a room and flip the switch, it is a reflex. I walk into the room, flip the switch and grumble as I wait for it to come on.
Other Thoughts: If you can stand the wait, go ahead and get these bulbs, the lighting quality and color temperature is good. If not, go with something with a little better circuitry.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: Logitech K400 2.4GHz Wireless Touch Keyboard
Pros: The claim to use very little battery, is more than true. I am writing this review now because my batteries JUST NOW died after I'm pretty sure over a year of regular usage and multiple times of being left of. You will know for sure when the batteries need replaced because it will suddenly get jittery and not respond well but will work perfect up until that point. I have not tested out the range but for any general living room/gaming room use it should be more than enough.
Cons: Volume control button works in very small increments so you either have to rapidly hit it until you get to a point you want or hold it down and usually go past the point you want and then have to backtrack.
If you want to use your function keys, you have to hit the function button with the function key for it to actually work as a function key because all those keys are assigned specific tasks, very annoying if you are attempting to game with this keyboard and need the function keys or just executing a simple command like alt+f4 because you have to go alt+fn+f4.
Other Thoughts: Not really a con so a decided to put it here. The green lines across the trackpad are gestures for win8 computers and to me were very annoying. I personally hate win8 but I originally bought this keyboard to use with my win8 laptop that was connected to my tv via hdmi, from across the room. The gestures would always get activated accidentally and it was rather annoying to not only me but anyone who used it. I no longer use that laptop for anything but boinc computing. This keyboard is now used with my win7 desktop. If I was still using it with the win8 setup I probably would be very annoyed with it by now and would not have as much of a bright output about this product.READ FULL REVIEW