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Pros: It's roomy, and good airflow options.
Plenty of room for 3.5" hdds (using mine as a media server). I was also looking at the cougar spike atx case when it was on sale but it didn't have enough 3.5" spots without buying adapters for the 5.25" bays.
The case is light, I was surprised when I picked up the box.
USB 3.0 on the front.
Cons: My only gripe about this case is the front panel design. What a pain to get it off to install the front fans. There are 4 screws that need to be removed before it pops off, unlike almost every other case I've used where a little tug can pull the panel off. Getting the screws back in was more of an issue than getting them out. Could just be fat fingers.
The included fan was black (not orange as pictured). However, it seems to be a match for the orange cougar CF-T12S4 fans I also picked up just with black blades.
Other Thoughts: The case is almost the same exact size as my Antec 300.
I understand some of the negative reviews or marks people gave the case for being "flimsy" but I find it completely acceptable. I had to LOL at the guy complaining it dented when he dropped the case... well duh? Don't drop it. The only advantage I see in sturdier cases is noise dampening but I use silent fans and with 6 fans running (cooling a lot of hdds) it's virtually silent.
Also the bottom 2.5" ssd is perfectly fine despite what any reviewer says. Don't use angled sata cables (duh they don't work in a variety of cases for 2.5" mounts) and plug them into the ssd before mounting it - problem solved.
Anyone with any competence will find this case a good bargain, especially when you get it for $20.
This review is from: SONY DualShock 3 Wireless Controller Red
Pros: Same controller that comes with the red system bundle, G-of-war bundle, etc.
It's genuine and not some $10 Chinese knock-off. Well I guess it's technically made in China, but it's 1st party Sony.
Cons: None. Reminds me of my ps1 controller.
Other Thoughts: It baffles me how some people can be so uninformed that they purchase knock-off controllers and don't know until they get them and they break or don't work.
That fact that newegg lets 3rd party sellers try to pawn their "P3" knock-offs on newegg is disgusting.
Pros: As expected, it works.
It's nothing special, it's not thicker or sturdier than a $1 HDMI cable you can find on wholesale.
Cons: Price perhaps
Other Thoughts: I can't tell this apart from the 20-pack of 6ft cables I bought recently for less than $1 a piece. However, I specifically needed a 10ft cable so I picked this up.
Not sure what "Nippon Labs" is as these cables look GENERIC and there is no logo on the cable whatsoever that distinguishes it from cheaper options. It comes in a sealed plastic bag (also unlabeled).
I assume Nippon Labs simply resells HDMI cables and has no input on the manufacture of these. (Guessing they buy these cables for less than a dollar and resell them for $6).