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This review is from: ZALMAN ZM-M500WL Black 4 Buttons 1 x Wheel USB RF Wireless Optical 3000 dpi Mouse
Pros: Looks cool
Cons: USB Receiver is not good at all - my mouse was less than 6 feet away and suffered from link and lag issues.
Mouse beeps everytime you push DPI button - for pete's sake why?
I bought a Logitech keyboard and mouse combo for cheaper, and that mouse performed 5 times better than this one.
Other Thoughts: Back to the drawing board Zalman.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: GARMIN nüvi 765T 4.3" GPS Navigation with Lane Assist
Pros: Easy to use
Fast satellite, almost smooth location tracking when moving.
Bluetooth capability (Taking phone calls from your GPS)
Cons: The only 2 cons that I have are really pet peeves..
1: The vehicle power cord is way too long and bulky looking. This is because it has a built in FM Traffic Receiver in the ac adapter itself, though (so a plus in a con)
2: Touch accuracy low.. I'm not sure if it's my device alone, or not, but every once in a while I'll attempt to push some button on the screen and it will 'think' I pushed something else. You must be very precise when you're touching the on screen buttons, or you may inadvertently change something, manipulate the screen which can be very dangerous when driving and you're trying to correct it.
This review is from: Sceptre 40" 1080p LCD HDTV X400BV-FHD
Pros: Performance wise, competes well with most top of the line large screen LCDs.
Good strong mini-stand to hold this bad boy up.
Faster than average response time (no ghosting).
Physical setup and in-menu set up was fast and easy.
Excellent visual quality, great value.
Cons: Minor light bleed (As with all/most LCDs)
The controller must be pointed directly at the receiver when pushing buttons (little blue light in the bottom left). Any deviation will result in little to no response.
Other Thoughts: In-menu options are straight-forward and easily customizable (see manual for some acronym naming conventions).
No umph in the sound (as expected from built in speakers). Sound quality is not bad, it's just not spectacular. To fix, simply buy a sound system and hook it up.
This thing is big. 40 inches doesn't sound like alot, but when you're talking about 40 viewable *square* inches, that's a lot of TV. You'll see, literally.
The physical TV is gorgeous looking, even when off. Non-invasive neon blue LED powers on when TV is powered on. By no means is this anything below grandyeour engineering.