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This review is from: Samsung UN32H5203 32" Class 1080p 60Hz Smart LED HDTV
Pros: *Built in tuner
*Built in 2.4Ghz/5Ghz dual band Wireless N
*RF/IR Remote Accessory
*2x USB 2.0 ports for devices and media (videos, music, and photos)
*Great Picture Quality
*Very low power consumption.
*Supports every online video service I know of, and free software updates for life.
Cons: *Seems to run out of memory right before, during, and after a software update, making anything other than volume and channel changing VERY sluggish. After powering off and back on the device it works fluidly once again.
*Doesn't support m4v video playback.
Other Thoughts: I've never had a bad experience with Samsung products or support, and this particular set has the only issue I've ever experience between Samsung's washer+dryer combo, multiple cell phones, entertainment equipment, PC components, and other peripherals. I would buy this TV again and again over other offerings.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: Superb Choice® 9-cell DELL 312-0234 Laptop Battery
Pros: The three additional cells were placed in the battery to extend the length of the battery as opposed to many designs that extend the height and cause the laptop to no longer sit flush on a flat surface. Definitely outlasts the Dell stock 6-cell.
Other Thoughts: I purchased this to replace a failing stock Dell N4110 14" laptop 6-cell.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Flashlight functions properly, though it's tricky to turn on. It'll charge a cell phone to 100% at least once.
Cons: Advertised as 12,000mAh, but it will only charge a 2,800mAh cell phone (Galaxy S4) 1.5 times before the device is fully depleted. It overheats when charging at 2.1A (Kindle Fire, Galaxy S4) and will not charge a Kindle Fire past 48% even though the battery bank was fully charged to 100%. It takes about 6 hours to charge the battery bank to 100% on a 2.1A dedicated wall charger, only to be completely drained in under an hour. Also, while there are two USB outputs, you cannot use both simultaneously as the battery bank will power itself off when a 2nd device is plugged in.
Other Thoughts: I would've loved to get a RAVPower branded battery bank instead, but I was short on cash... you get what you pay for.READ FULL REVIEW
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