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This review is from: BELKIN Mini-Stereo Cable for iPhone Silver (F8Z181-06-GLD)
Pros: Good cable length. Superior Sound Quality! Attractive look, feels well crafted, nice insulation coat.
Great price for what you get!
Cons: It looks nice and all, but after 1 winter living in my car it has developed a problem. It occasionally only plays out of just one speaker now, but I can solve the issue by creatively bending the cable - feels like a disconnect somewhere.
A lower quality cable doesn't have the same problem, so relatively sure this issue is the cable, not my car-port or iPod.
Other Thoughts: It really does sound that much better. I'm replacing my broken one with the same model. We'll see if it was a fluke, or if the Michigan winter weather did indeed cause the defect. For $10 it's worth another try.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Cool, quiet, functional.
Cons: About as fast as most of my older drives, not a drive for a gamer in my opinion, however I wouldn't call this a CON as the drive is billed as a low energy drive.
Other Thoughts: To date I have never had a WD drive arrive DOA or survive less then 5 years. Actually some very old sub-30G drives still survive that I've passed down to family members. I expect this drive will be no exception.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: Panda Security Internet Security 2009 - 3 User
Pros: Easy to install, good security, easy to understand interface. Panda Customer Service has always been easy to talk to in the rare event I had a question.
Perfect for anyone who wants to install it and forget it.
Cons: Near the end of each support period there is almost daily "reminders" that the support period is up soon - no way that I've ever found to turn it off. Only a problem for the last aprox 14 days of your year term, however.
To date I've only found one program that had any serious problems with Panda - but I assume this means there are more. My younger siblings play Maplestory and its anti-hacking tool forcibly shuts down ALL of Panda's protection features and actually makes Panda crash. The solution is to turn off "Protection from Unknown Threads" and "Vulnerability" protection - then this doesn't behave this way. Again, the only application I've ever run into like this.
Other Thoughts: I've been using Panda at home since 2007, upgrading each year - to date only one program I've ever found had a problem and I found a compromise to solve that one problem.
Only give it 4 eggs due to the horrible nagging to renew at the end of the year.