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This review is from: Beats STUDIO Over-Ear Headphone - Red
Pros: -Fantastic Sound!!
Boy is this one completely true! These headphones are absolutely perfect for an Audiophile. The bass is amazing, super clear, and, in tandem, doesn't distort the center audio like some other "professional" sound equipment can.
-Great quality headphones
They're sturdy, well constructed, look fresh, and, most importantly, they're real comfortable.
Cons: -THE PRICE IS $300!
'Nuff said... These headphones are not worth the $300 price tag. They are extremely over-hyped and over-priced, because they have Dre's name tacked onto them.
Other Thoughts: I personally do not own these headphones. A friend of mine purchased these headphones, because he needed new ones after his Sony XBs died on him.
Don't get me wrong...these are very nice headphones. In fact, these are, most likely, one of the headphones on the market. However, simply having Dre's name in the product title does not validate the gigantic, and definitely overstated, price tag.
Here is my two cents -- Don't buy these headphones.
They are not any better than a good quality pair of Sony's MDR series.
Do yourself a favor... Save yourself almost $200.
This review is from: LITE-ON SK-1688U/B Black 104 Normal Keys USB Wired Standard Keyboard
Pros: -It worked fine for about 2 months.
Cons: -Then is magically dropped down to past half-functionality for me. The Left Shift Key would not work. It puzzled me, but I kept using the keyboard.
-Eventually, before I destroyed it on purpose, both shift keys were nonfunctional, the left control key, the enter key, and escape key didn't work.
Other Thoughts: This will work for a very limited time, and than they will most likely break.
Waste of time and money. I vote Logitech for all my Keyboards and Mice.
Thank you cheap under-payed asian sweatshops...
This review is from: macally PHR-250A Aluminum 2.5" USB 2.0 External Enclosure
Pros: -It worked.
-It got good speeds for a USB 2.0.
-Very handy for a portable drive.
Cons: -Speeds began to stutter at around 8 months. They starting becoming slow and clunky.
-Computer would not recognize the USB device after the 12 month mark, stating the maximum. (Linux, Windows, BIOS, PS3, 360, nothing can detect it)
Other Thoughts: Simply put, it did it's job for a very small amount of time. Would not recommend this product to a friend anymore due to poor manufacturing.
I did not misuse this device at all. It simply broke.