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This review is from: Moki Gray ACC HPCAMGY 3.5mm Connector Camo Headphones
Pros: Very light weight. Comfortable for the kids. Doesn't squeeze your ears. Very adjustable. And also light weight.
Cons: Doesn't come with automatic subliminal messaging system to allow me to enforce more control over what my kids see and hear on the Internet.
Other Thoughts: I needed durable headphones that were rather cheap for the kid's computers for homework, and the occasional gaming session. These are very light weight, don't sound too bad, and the kids haven't complained about them. Even if they did complain, I'd just tell them to be happy they have sound, but I haven't had to do that!READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: AZZA CSAZ- XT1 B Black Japanese SECC Steel ATX Full Tower Computer Case
Pros: This case is light, and looks very nice. It is sturdy and everything is awesome!
Cons: The specs are WRONG! It does not fit XL-ATX. I have an EVGA X79 Classified mobo that is XL-ATX, and the board is about 2 inches too long. The PSU will not fit with the mobo installed or vise versa. Really sucks, because the case is awesome otherwise. I'll be returning it, and I'm going to try the AZZA Genesis 9000 CSAZ-9000B, and hope that it actually supports XL-ATX as it states.
I went to the product site and none of the links work, they all take you back to the main page for this product. I would give this case a full 5 eggs if it didn't lie about the supported mounting options on Newegg and on their own site!
This review is from: Antec Lanboy air Blue Black / Blue ATX Mid Tower Computer Modular Case
Pros: Handles, cool looking, stuff runs well and stays cool inside.
Cons: This case would have gotten 4 stars had it not been for the front USB ports causing a system lockup. I own 3 of these cases, and all 3 PCs inside have the same issue. Not every time, but most often, if you plug something into the front port, the system will lock up. I assume there is some kind of funky ground issue going on, which I will search for, but still, a serious flaw in a rather expensive computer case.
Not exactly modular. I mean, you can move SOME things around, but with extreme limits.
The plastic parts seem a bit cheap, but I imagine they were used to cut down on weight. I would rather see the handles made out of some kind of metal so I don't feel like the case is going to fall apart when carrying it (hasn't happend yet...).
The fans do not come with dust filters, but I imagine that it would be pointless to filter an open case...
Other Thoughts: With the glory of Antec, and their extremely awesome products, I thought this case would be an amazing item. I was sad to find out that the USB ports cause problems, of all things. I like the case, and I continue to use the case, but I don't think I'll buy any more of these, or recommend them to anyone as long as the USB ports are acting this way. I have looked online and found many other users have the same issue and it is usually related to a ground problem, but it is up to me to find that problem... I can get a case for under $50 that will having working front USB ports, just seems lame that Antec failed on such a common part...READ FULL REVIEW