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This review is from: Coboc 6 ft. gold plated, High speed HDMI to HDMI A/V Cable (Black)
Pros: HDMI cable for tree bux. Not too long, not too short.
Cons: Um. None.
Other Thoughts: Treated myself to an LED TV. Hooked up blu-ray player to TV with this cable. Picture is stunning. Cable works. Cable was basically packaged in a plastic bag with twisty tie. Spent the weekend watching blu-ray movies. Works like a champ. And, c'mon, take a chance. The thing is cheaper than a Subway sandwich, and it works. Can't ask for more. Final note: Other buyers have complained about its flimsiness, but I didn't experience that myself. Plan on adding more peripherals (Roku, satellite box, game console, PC); would buy these again in a minute.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: EVERCOOL EC-MC-CO Copper Heatsinks only
Pros: Affordable, looks sharp
Cons: Sticky tape is a mess
Other Thoughts: If you have IC's on both sides of your RAM, you won't need the awful two-sided sticky tape or the "puffy 3M material." Just assemble the heat sinks (use the hook clasps at the top), slip the RAM in like slipping a bookmark into a book, and then use the clasps to lock the heat sinks. Mine worked fine after I decided to ignore the tape. Memory fit back into the slot nicely. There is also adequate space from its next door neighbor.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: Edimax BR-6228NS 150 Mbps 11n Wireless Broadband Router with 4 Port Switch, featured with intelligent iQ-Setup for hassle free installation and configuration, Green technology for electricity saving.
Pros: Rock solid, excellent price, comparable to bigger brands
Cons: Clunky GUI, 2011 firmware, not able to use third-party firmware
Other Thoughts: I had to write another review as an apology for my Jan. review--"Dead or Dying?" I've had problems with my phone line, the cord between DSL modem and the wall, and the DSL modem itself, but this guy's proven to be a champ. I've got two desktops hooked up to this thing (one wirelessly downstairs), a work laptop, a Droid phone, and even a Blu-Ray DVD player. Flawless connections every time. One desktop is especially demanding, with WoW, Netflix and voice-chat. The Edimax laughs and asks for more. My only gripe is the funky GUI. I wish it were better, or I wish I could switch to DD-WRT or Tomato. Meh. Good range and speed for AT&T DSL. Would be five stars if it wasn't for firmware.READ FULL REVIEW