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This review is from: Creative Fatal1ty Gaming Headset
Pros: Durable. My 10 year old son carries them around with his laptop in a laptop backpack, and they have yet to get broken. Comfortable.
Cons: Not fully Circumaural as they aren't big enough to cover my 10 year old sons ear. This doesn't affect comfort though.
Other Thoughts: They were $34.99 when I purchased them, and I believe they are worth that. You can get better headsets for $50. It's all in your preference. My son likes them, and that is all that matters. If they were True Circumaural, I would give them a full 5 egg rating.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: Rosewill RHM-556 3.5mm Connector Circumaural Headset
Pros: Very inexpensive, nice folding design. Seems to be made well. Very much worth the price, if they maintain any longevity. Perfect for the traveling person with a laptop.
Cons: These are barely considered Circumaural, with a 3.5" x 2.5" ear cup, and only about 0.5" worth of padding thickness. Some people will find these may be too small and press against their ears instead of surrounding them.
Other Thoughts: They are very much worth the price, just don't expect something that is going to blow you away in performance. As far as performance to price ratio, I give them a 10. As far as overall performance when compared to products that are in the <$30 range. I give them an 8. Overall, a great product for an even better price. Though larger heads/ears may want to look elsewhere.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: I am writing this to help some people understand. Obviously there are people with a HUGE LACK of TECH KNOWLEDGE, whom think they have it. Just because you can turn on a PC Doesn't make your tech knowledge high...
Cons: OEM Hardware (Such as this drive) is simply a way to get a product to someone at a more affordable price than purchasing an over-marketed version of the same thing. Meaning you get NO pretty box, NO instructions (usually), NO software (again usually), and NO Cables. Basically you may get a retailers generic installation papers, you may even get an oem software disk, but you should NEVER expect anything other than the drive itself!
Other Thoughts: I hope this helps some of the people out there in making a decision. I also hope it clears up the confusion of included items and software. OEM is basically the same thing that companies will receive such as HP, DELL, acer... If you don't have cables, be prepared to purchase them, they will NOT be included. If you NEED the pretty packaging, purchase the RETAIL version...READ FULL REVIEW