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Pros: Easy to work with, had all the bells and whistles I needed, and fit inside the case. Packaging was nice, manual was clear. Price was solid for what's provided.
Cons: Unless it spontaneous combusts in a month, nothing to report.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: -Good size, not so small as to lose them, but not so large to be annoyed by it.
-Works as intended with a tablet
-Stylus body is of a good build
Cons: -Somewhat cheap tips. After only about 2 weeks of light craiglist browsing, but mom had worn through the first stylus. I figured she was being too hard on them but using one for myself on my phone I can understand how'd she worn through them quickly.
Other Thoughts: Bought these from Neweggflash for a pretty decent price considering it was a bulk pack. My mother prefers to use a stylus on her tablet, and her old stylus/pen had worn the tip off.
If you're looking for something you can genuinely rely on that you won't be buying a new pack of or replacing after a few weeks/months, you might consider just spending the money upfront for a really high quality stylus.
Pros: -Solid build quality, just what I expect from a name brand PSU. Even on the budget end.
-Worked good enough to keep my computer running while my main PSU was out on warranty.
Cons: -The PSU was lacking the 8+2pin PCI-E cable. This didn't hit me too hard as this PSU was only temporary. But it was frustrating. All I had on hand was a Molex to 6pin adapter I had to run off a different PSU cable, and loading my GPU caused the whole system to brown out so I had to take a (much needed) break from playing games.
Other Thoughts: Luckily, I only had to use this PSU for 1 week waiting on my CX500 to return from warranty shipping. Corsair customer service was extremely fast on processing my CX500 and getting it back to me. It was just disappointing to be missing a nearly essential plug from my PSU packaging.
Speaking to my brother, who uses this same model for his PCs, he didn't get an 8+2 either. I had bought this PSU when I built my PC a while ago to keep on hand just in case, so I had no idea the plug was missing until I had owned the PSU for a couple months. As such, I haven't worried about contacting newegg or corsair about the plug.