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This review is from: Logitech T650 910-003057 USB RF Wireless Touchpad
Pros: replaced my mouse, especially since I use a game-pad for gaming. Highly accurate and once you learn the gestures which I did in the past couple of hours this device makes using a windows 8 PC simply futuristic... can you adapt?
Other Thoughts: charges in one hour for one months worth of battery life ^^READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: *No more cord to sit on or yank on my ears when I reach for something.
*16 glorious hours battery life.
* Sound quality, Bass, loudness clarity. Transforms my music into "an experience"
*long range, I haven't even propped the usb transmitter some place other than directly on the usb port of my computer and I do have usb extensions to do so, but I can easily walk around the house with this headset.
*comfortable, been wearing these for 6 hours so far as I'm writing this.
*Surround sound, been testing these with online 3D sound tests, can hear things going behind above below and around my head. Also been playing with the 3D settings in teamspeak and can position people anywhere.
*Can use while charging.
If these last, they will be the last headset I ever purchase.
Cons: I honestly can't think of any, some people said they've had theirs die on them after the first week, if that happens I will post a follow up.
Other Thoughts: The 3D is right on target. Just got off a 5ish hour Skyrim binge and I can hear things coming from the direction they are in no matter which direction I am facing in the game.
This review is from: RCA RT151 Home Theater System
Pros: Low cost, low power usage
Cons: Not a true 5.1 system, for a true 5.1 system you would need one of the following inputs...
for digital: HDMI, Optical SPDIF, RCA SPDIF, For Analog: 6 RCA jacks (FL,FR,C,SL,SR, Sub) , or finally triple 3.5mm jacks which is the same as the 6 RCA jacks just uses headphone connections that carriers two channels per connection.
So many options and this system does not include one of them
This system has 2 channel RCA inputs in the back giving you left/right only. Meaning the two speakers on the left play the same thing, the two speakers on the right play the same thing, and the center speaker plays everything
Other Thoughts: How hard would it have been to throw analog inputs for 5.1 into this system ?
So Cheap...but if you really want to try this out you can pick it up at Target for 30$ less