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Pros: So the supplied chargers and cables come in a little box with their own zip lock bags, not bad. The car charger and home charger(I think that's what it's called) work well and charge up my TF300T quickly. I have not used the supplied USB cable however.
Cons: There is one little issue however and I suppose if you're looking into one of these you may be aware of it but just in case I'll make note of it. The tablet will make a little beeping noise repeatedly while charging with these chargers. Presumably because the voltage isn't quite "correct". However there's no issue so far with the tablet, it doesn't heat up when charging or act funny when plugged in or anything like that.
I don't think it's a big issue as you can just turn the volume down, so it shouldn't keep you awake overnight. You do also have the option of leaving notification volume up.
There is no workaround, at time of writing, unless you root the tablet. If you're not ok with that or muting the tablet...well you're out of luck
Other Thoughts: The cables are a bit thin and don't really project a "quality" feel, and I have some reservations about the little rubber bit that covers the end of the cord where it meets the connector. Again I'm assuming quality wasn't your main criteria when looking into this, so this probably isn't a big deal to you and that's why I didn't take and egg off for it.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Very light, featherlight in fact. I'm no audiophile but they're about as good as the $40 set of Turtle Beach on-ear headphones I bought a few months ago, and sound is plenty clear for an average slob like me.
Naturally since they're so light don't expect tank-like build quality, yet they feel like they're built so that you'd really have to be goofing around to damage them, at least the actual casing and headband frame.
Cons: So the description is off and sparse so make sure you look at the picture of the packaging in the gallery
These are definitely on-ear headphones. The ear cups don't swivel as you can tell from the photos, so they don't really sit on your ear very well, so sound leaking out may be an issue if you want to use these in a quiet place. Naturally this may vary depending on the shape of your head.