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This review is from: Dell 1908FPb Black 19" 5ms LCD Monitor 300 cd/m2 800:1
Pros: Sharp picture, clean screen surface, looks like new unless you get out the magnifying glass. No dead pixels.
Cons: Not a big deal but was not boxed in original packaging. Monitor was sufficiently bubble wrapped to prevent damage. Minor scratches on 2 corners.
Other Thoughts: Used for playing retro (MAME) games. It does support low-res 4:3 aspect ratios as well as it's native 5:4 ratio. The pivot feature is essential for retro games. The screen is easily turned 90-degrees for vertically oriented games. The 3 other adjustments (height, tilt, and swivel) are also handy.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: Antec Three Hundred Black Steel ATX Mid Tower Computer Case
Pros: Well-designed inside and out. Elegant front mesh panel. Lots of no-frills drive bays, the 3.5-inch all have optional fans that can be put in front. Lots of hardware, including a big bag of thumb screws for the hard drives, much more sensible than those quick-release gimmicks. Very heavyweight metal. I thought a power supply was included just by its weight.
Cons: Some will say the more ventilation, the better. I personally don't like top panel vents. Since the PC is off more than it is on, the top vent just serves as a passive dust collector. I removed the top fan and covered the vent.
Other Thoughts: Put 2 blue fans in the front fan mounts (thumb screws here too) and you will have the Antec 300 "Illusion" model and it just looks good, matching the blue power and hard drive LEDs. Two included fans (top and rear) have speed control switches.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: Rosewill RLFL-11003 3W 220 Lumen Heavy-Duty 3 D-Cell LED Aluminum Flashlight
Pros: Super bright long-lasting LED light.
Cons: Careful screwing the battery cap back on. Like the Maglite, the threads can strip easily.
Other Thoughts: You screw a light bulb in the same way no matter the brand of bulb. You drive a car the same no matter the model. You put the batteries in a flashlight the same no matter the brand. What planet is everyone here from? For those from another planet, an explicit diagram is located inside the battery tube, no reading necessary, jusy look at the picture. And the power switch is a little bigger than the Maglite but not an issue.READ FULL REVIEW