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This review is from: Orange KBC2408SB Black 104 Normal Keys 9 Function Keys USB Wired Ergonomic Keyboard
Pros: Cheap. Includes media keys.
Cons: Not exactly durable, but more practical as a standard keyboard. Backspace key is smaller than standard size.
Other Thoughts: My mom uses this keyboard and her fingernails have dug through the print and left grooves in the keys. I recommend coating the surface with something clear and tough to last longer. The quality of the plastic is cheap, it's also a little bit brittle. Then again, it'll take time to wear through the keys. If you're playing games and your main controls are W, A, S, D, you'll go through those over a period of a few years. I'm giving it 4 stars because even if the keys get worn to a stub, you can replace the key and the keyboard will still work.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: It opens, closes and can be seen by my computer.
Cons: This can't see any discs that I put in it.
Other Thoughts: Might as well be a cup holder.READ FULL REVIEW
This is much cheaper than intel, but if you're into rushing for a power PC, this is one of the best.
This sucker gets hot enough that you might as well try cooking eggs, but I've had my PC shut off before that happens.
Other Thoughts: I'm running my computers settings on performance, which is pushing the system on a high level. The CPU can get as hot as 120F before shutting off completely on its own. This is nice if you don't want to damage any parts. I would say that even though the turbo says 4.2Ghz, my motherboard clocked it at 4.33-4.34Ghz tops, which would explain the temperatures. I even bought Thermaltake liquid cooling and 2100RPM fans for it. The thing still gets over 100F. Would recommend building your own liquid cooling for this after 2 years of use. Just use long or thicker radiators for it. I also recommend real coolant, not water.READ FULL REVIEW