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This review is from: Viotek Twilight Character Illuminated USB Gaming Keyboard
Pros: Lights, WASD lit, space lit, every key lit. 3 colors and no light.
The price was cheap
Mulitmedia and other keys work with no drivers or software.
Cons: "\" key is in wrong spot. Usually above the Enter, it is left of Enter.\ As I type this, I pinky over to hit Enter and I hit \ instead.
It came shipped with foam peanuts and I hate those.
It is a little light weight. This is part of the cheap feel. Keys wiggle a little.
Other Thoughts: I regularly use a G910. This isn't so bad for the price. It will go on my bench so I have a lit keyboard to work on computers.
I was hoping for a USB port on back but nope.
I give it 4 eggs because it works for the price. If the price was more, I'd expect more. Fail on the \ key though
This review is from: ORICO 6 Outlet Power Strip with Surge Protector, Built-in 5 Ft. Cord, 4 USB Intelligence Charging Ports (2*5V2.4A + 2*5V1A) for iPhone, iPad, Galaxy S6 / S6 Edge, Nexus and More - White (TPC-6A4U-WH)
Pros: Got mine for $5 a piece, mobile special. Maybe I got lucky but of the 4 I purchased, all worked. No regrats. 2.4 and 1A usbs. Well packaged and clean. Tiny little Velcro strap for main cord (bonus).
Cons: No hole mounts in back but it is a "travel" strip.
Other Thoughts: Blue LED light doesn't shine for a count of 9. Unplugged, it doesn't turn off for a count of 20. Odd but noted. It has power right away though. If I recall, USB was delayed. Not a big deal.
I was eyeing these up when I was looking for a USB + power. I went with another but then these went on sale. NO Ragrets.
Pros: Wireless charging. Pretty bright. Easy to use.
Cons: Gets a bit hot from charging but not so when used as portable light. Seems to be hot and charge all the time (not sure how safe that is) Plug design prevents me from plugging in most others in outlet but I'll design a work around.READ FULL REVIEW