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Pros: cheapest UTP stranded copper cat6 I can find.
doesnt have pesky string to "help" you strip cable
Cons: doesnt have cross shield to separate each pair.
seen better boxes that let you unravel easier (its not like the box completely falls apart if youre yanking lengths out, im pushing for cons here)
Other Thoughts: overall GREAT bang for buck. ive ran patches at three locations now over the last month and so far no issues no complications with runsREAD FULL REVIEW
This review is from: TRENDnet TC-CT68 Ethernet Crimper
Pros: ive gotten wish wash recommendations for these but when on sale less than 20 and I just happened to break my old crimpers. i had to go for it.
made about 20 patch cat6 drop cables with these (40 crimps)
blades can come off. (can sharpen)
so far feels solid (havent broke on day one.)
great bang for buck
Cons: ratchet feature can get a bit annoying to release (have only been using for a day so ill probably get used to it)
Other Thoughts: these are meant for flat cables. you can still cut any cable but the spacing of the blades at full crimp are meant to cut 12mm space perfectly for flats. so if if you run flats all day then this is your guy.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: Corsair CH-9000076-NA K70 Gaming Keyboard with Red LED, Cherry MX Blue
Pros: I dont need to talk about the cherry mx blue switches you can do your own research on that no matter what brand you go with these switches are from heaven.
Now for the keyboard. keys: placement, size, layout everything perfect. features: bios switches actually let keyboard work with virtually any bios no issue. lighting feature letting you control what keys are lit is AWESOME. brightness change on led's... awesome. cool little volume wheel has a great feel.... awesome.
this keyboard is literally "insert positive adult word of choice" for your hands, the feel of everything is just perfect. would not recommend any other mechanical keyboard. its worth the money if you game or work on a computer.
the build of the keyboard look and feels top notch. the wrist rest is minimally invasive but feels great. aluminium frame is beautiful strong and add the perfect amount of weight to the board.
open keys allow easy cleaning.
Perfect and awesome describes this keyboard.
Cons: for the sake of objectivity. only con i got is you cant control brightness of led on each individual key (all keys same brightness level for whatever setting youre on) and price?? newer model cheaper from sale. (personally like look of this model better)
Other Thoughts: This isnt my first cherry mx switch mechanical keyboard. lets just say of you get a keyboard with cherry mx switches thats under $75. its too good to be true and stay away from it. had to waste $60 to come to senses and buy this which based on reviews and personal friends will last me ages with clickitty clackitty goodnessREAD FULL REVIEW
Display Name: Tyler W.
Date Joined: 12/11/09
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