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This review is from: Syma S107 Heli Mini RC Remote Control Helicopter Metal Series with Gyro - Blue
Pros: Can be charged from any USB port.
Cons: limited range, INDOORS ONLY.
Other Thoughts: This is A LOT of fun to play with as long as you turn off the fans and central air. It is what it is and for the price point it is VERY resilient. Will take a lickin' and keep on tickin'!!!READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Bright out of the box, No dead pixels. Have had this monitor running off onboard graphics PC. I Stream online video and run AutoCAD and Adobe CS. It does both well.
Cons: I read that the on-board audio is sub par on this monitor but I never bothered connecting that cable as I have a nice 2.1 solution. Wish this had HDMI input is my only criticism.
Other Thoughts: Great bang for the buck, I primarily bough this to help in increasing my desktop real-estate and so as to be able to use a wireless mouse to navigate to Hulu and Netflix from across the room. To that end I should have also gotten something with HDMI input so as to make this a true TV replacement monitor.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: Intel Core2 Duo E7500 Wolfdale Dual-Core 2.93GHz LGA 775 65W Processor BX80571E7500
Pros: Wicked fast in the 1066MHz FSB category!!! Runs Cool with the right heatsink and can multi-task the way I always dreamed a machine should. Can Encode video, defrag HDD and run AV scans all day long! HDD and Chipset are the new bottlenecks!
Cons: CPU Cooler is all aluminum, may be insufficient with heavy loads. That's not a criticism of the processor, just the packaging.
Other Thoughts: Running on an Intel Bad Axe2 (D975XBX2KR), Kingston 4 GB DDR2 800, MSI 4670-512MB GPU.
This replaced my trusty Pentium D 935. I re-used the Pentium's heatsink as it was the better copper core unit. Temps never exceed 55C even at full tilt.
Use this setup for Gaming (COD4&5), and video encoding. My particular board has a cap of 1066 MHz FSB so buying the E8xxx or Quad cores was not an option. Best bang for the Buck!!!