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This review is from: Motospeed K70L USB WiredBacklit Gaming Keyboard - Seven Color Backlit - Black
Pros: Compact, full key set, excellent feel, fun & functional illumination
Cons: Can't think of any
Other Thoughts: This was purely an impulse buy. I thought the back illumination would be fun and functional. I prefer working and gaming in more dark conditions and the back-light seemed like it would be helpful. It is indeed. The back-light shines right through the characters making them easy to see in a darkened room. Better than expected was the light touch the keys need and that they are very quiet. I hate clacky keyboards.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: Seiki 32" Class 1080p 60hz LED TV - SE32FY22
Pros: Multiple inputs, small/simple remote, clear picture, nice appearance, fairly compact. surprisingly well built
Cons: Picture not as sharp as more expensive TVs. Has exactly one bad pixel
Other Thoughts: This one of the lowest price 32" true HDMI (1080p) TVs you can buy. It seems well made, produces an acceptable quality picture and has lots of inputs that are easy to select from the remote. I bought this mainly for gaming but have found that blu-rays look just fine on it as well.
I always worry about the quality of construction for something this low-priced. But, I was surprised at how well made it appears to be.
The picture is not equal to my much more expensive LG. But, for the money it is very acceptable.
Pros: Small, light, low power, and quiet. Can be mounted on the back of a monitor. Comes with wireless network card already installed.
Cons: Lacks audio output. Could use more USB connectors. Limited to mSata type storage devices.
Other Thoughts: The fact that it uses a Celeron processor might give the impression that it lacks computing power. This latest generation Celeron however, is as fast as the older generation Core2 processors. It's comparable to a Core2 pentium running at. 2.66MHz. Plenty fast enough to run Windows 8 comfortably. I'm running Ubuntu 13.10 and it blazes. I'm slowly replacing all my large desktops with these NUC type computers. The only thing it won't do we'll is gaming. The limited availability and capacity of mSata drives is another serious issue. But, for typical desktop work, this tiny unit is an outstanding value.READ FULL REVIEW