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Pros: (1)Exemplary Customer Service
(2)Exceptional Value (With or without rebates)
(3)Inline Mic for Phone+Adapter for PC
(4)Comfortable fit for wider heads, cups ears with no strain
Cons: None so far
Other Thoughts: My Headset did not come with an adapter splitting microphone and output lines. All it took was an email to SYBA's customer service (attached invoice from newegg) and they mailed me one. You aren't paying extra for endorsements from producers or other celebs with this company, and with rebates they are really underselling themselves. I hope more people recognize this brand, they deserve the business!READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: -LED / eIPS Display
-HDMI / DVI
-Excellent viewing angles
-No dead pixels on my monitor
-Overdrive excellent for anti-ghosting
Cons: -Wobbly stand (can be mounted, however)
Other Thoughts: refer to reviews on ASUS VS239H-P, same monitor except 23".
My main concern with this monitor was having to compromise latency for image/color quality, and I am glad to report this monitor is a great medium between the two.
As for brightness and bleeding around the edges, note that the monitor does come with brightness settings at 100%, which is far from necessary and ideal in regular use. Once adjusted properly, this monitor rocks!
Pros: Part for Part a decent deal
I ran the cost of each component before I bought this:
OS: ~90 (64-bit only)
= ~580 before tax
=~629 after (8.5% sales tax)
Cons: Limited Upgradability
Does not include 32-Bit version of Vista HP
Other Thoughts: Since this is my jump from an old AGP board to PCI-E on a tight budget, this system does the job perfectly without the hassle of building it myself. If you're a serious gamer you may want to look elsewhere. For a budget gaming PC, this one outperforms most in cost and simplicity. 64-bit is getting more attention so the lack of a 32-bit version of the OS negligible.READ FULL REVIEW