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This review is from: Sunforce Solar Shed Light
Pros: Well, it's durable, its actually fairly bright. In the living room just playing around with it at night, it lit up the whole room to the point that it all had a bluish glow.
In our wood shed, it works wonders, my parents really like it because they never get home before dark in the winter, which is obviously when we use it.
Cons: I didn't find the magnet too useful, it didn't seem to hold its own weight, but maybe a refrigerator isn't a good test subject.
They could have used two notches for the vertical direction instead of just the one.
Other Thoughts: Well, its survived our winter weather for almost a month, that really says something since our weather machine clocks 60-70 mph winds along with boatloads of blowing snow. Heck, its still in the same tilt position i put it in, so the friction of the joint is pretty good too.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Customizable fan speeds are great -- running at 30% when i dont hit 65-70 degrees is nice.. keeps the chips cooler, i can run starcraft 2 on highest settings without the fan speed kicking up, and 30% is fairly inaudible above other ambient noises in the room.
Cons: Itracker2 sometimes acts strange
Other Thoughts: havent messed with overclocking much yet, and ill probably get a second here soonish.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Has TV capability and the 1920x1080 resolution without the $$$ that TV category HDTVs with the same inputs have.
That is primarily because "HD" has been around for ages on computer monitors, and TVs really are monitors with a tuner in them.
I love it -- have purchased two, one for home for the gaming systems and the ability to hook it up to the coaxial + all inputs for a fraction of the cost of a normal "HD TV".
Got a new one for my new computer, and the tv tuner allows me to watch tv without needing a second device in my dorm room.
Remote isnt awkward and clunky, like most seem to be when purchasing monitors with tv tuners, as opposed to regular tvs.
Cons: Maybe i havent used cable tv and such in a long while, but the channel numbering is weird.
Other Thoughts: No dead pixels in my two purchases, a good pixel/inch resolution being 1920x1080 @ 22" for a sharper image, etc.READ FULL REVIEW
Display Name: David C.
Date Joined: 05/09/04
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