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This review is from: Logitech K750 2.4GHz Wireless Solar Powered Keyboard - Black
Pros: It is very nice looking. Solar power is neat if you want to look at it that way. It is very thin and light. A major plus to carry with my laptop when I need it.
Cons: The keys are sticking and "being clicked" when I just barely put my fingers on it. My first on was the R key. If I just gentle push upwards without pressing it down a bunch of rrrrrr's will appear. I brought it back to the store and got another one. 3 days later now it is happening with the Q. So while typing I will end up with things like, "rrrready, forrrrrr, qqquick."
Other Thoughts: I am returning it and just gonna opt for a larger normal keyboard. I do like Logitech stuff but this is the worst keyboard I have used in from them. My keyboard from 2002 at least types better. I give it 1 star as a keyboard that has problems using the main purpose it was made for fails at doing so.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: BIOSTAR A55MLV FM1 AMD A55 (Hudson D2) Micro ATX AMD Motherboard
Pros: Simple and easy.
Cons: No HDMI? Come on... No PCIx1... wat?
Other Thoughts: Nothing super really. It works pretty well. Using it in my media PC with a APU A4 3300. Not really gaming with it but does a good job with Windows 8. It was apart of a combo which made it cheap. Using the PCI for wireless and the PCIx16 for a low powered card to have my HDMI for my TV and sound.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: EVGA customer service, 3GB, blower fan, and silent for the most part.
Cons: Not to happy about overclocking... If I change the fan speed over 70 it causes games to crash. Not that I need it to overclock anyways. (Using MSI Afterburner)
Other Thoughts: If you have a huge monitor or TV this card rocks it. I am though going to sell this to a friend when ever the F T W 680 4GB comes out. I would like to have 3 monitors on one card for my setup.
Seems Newegg does like when I put F T W altogether.