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This review is from: Panasonic BK-4MCCA8BA 8-pack AAA Rechargeable Batteries
Pros: They Looked Great, Packaging Was Really Well Thought Out! Package Probably Made By Someone Else!
Cons: Description Stated that Batteries Come Fully Charged ,Well each one of the 8 I received were DEAD or Very Close to Dead Empty Maybe ½ a Volt.None of these ever took a Full charge, I bought these to use in my Panasonic Flat Screen TV Remotes,Well they lasted about 15 to 17 Days and were Dead after Charging ,Using Standard Energ. or Durec. I got 3 to 4 Months Come on Did I get what acid was swept off the Floor? Also bought AAA and they are just as bad if not Worse. Never Again,Batteries or TV’s!
Other Thoughts: Panasonic used to make Junk in the early to late 60’s 70’s (If you Remember) OH that Foreign Junk! Then they got A Lot Better,Well I don’t know if they lost touch with the customer, But after they were on Top it went Down Hill and they are still Sliding Down ,Down ,Down! I could tell you some Plasma Horror Stories with Panasonic But this is about Batteries! Stay Away From These Old School Panasonic Junk! $40.00 + Dollars Down the Drain.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Great Card,Fits in X8 Slot ,Comes with Low Profile Bracket for Servers Ect.Fast Initilizing ,
Cons: End of Life is 08/2014 From Intel, But? Only Supports RAID 0/1/1E which I think is it's Biggest Down Fall!
Other Thoughts: Intel Site for this Card states in about 4 places Recommended Price of $132.00, Someone Got to pay for the 3rd. Lamborghini! I can't even guess what the price would be in 2K lots?At 149 the profit is 34,000.00 at the 2K price 100 or who knows!READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: Bitdefender Total Security 2012 - 3 User - 2 Years
Pros: Liked 2010, didn't do a Great job but it also didn't tie up a lot of resources. I think it caught about 2 virus laden e-mails in a 9 month period.Mostly Tracker Cookies,and a couple of bad redirects to hostile or questionable sites. Overall Not Bad,
Cons: 2012 is a totally different animal, it's like running 2 OS's at once, talk about tie up's this Program is using 25% of 2 Quad Core Xeons all by itself. I can't imagine running this on a single dual core. Oh and I sent in the rebate on Jan.6,2011 and it came today almost 4 months later.Every time I checked it said Processing, Well at least I got my cash. There are a few out there that are running 20 weeks or more and I gave up a couple bucks to get them quicker,4 to 6 weeks, yea right!What a Bull Job. I will give them what they deserve when I ever get or if.They will get thier 1 Egg.
Other Thoughts: Bitdefender seems to be trying,I guess If I would have just got the Anti-Virus it might not use so much, But I had to get everything under the sun that I really didn't need (that's the 3 Egg's) I mean, Backup ,Online Backup ,Registry Defrag ,Registry Cleaner ,Regular HD Defrag. ,Old Shortcut Remover ,Old File Deleter ,6 different types of scans, all kinds of firewall settings ,I mean this thing does it all, On and On! So it's Partly My Fault.I really didn't need the total security ,but then again I running it on another old XP unit and it takes 12 hours to do a complete scan, come on 12 hours, whats it check my name with the Fed's, or the city for Parking Tickets. But then I have to think back to the old Norton 2002 days. I'm going to stick with a good anti-Virus Scan like Super Scan and a Malwarebytes for the serious stuff,Heck with these Giant Programs and the daily 15 MB. updates!READ FULL REVIEW