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Pros: Looks pretty.
Cons: Not as easy to set up as they said. I got it figured out eventually. The disk that came with it didn't want to pay in my computer. I'm running Widnows 7 Pro 64 bit. I got it to play, but only after going to Explorer and opening the autorun.exe file. Then it still wasn't all that good of a program, but like I said, I got it connected and working.
Other Thoughts: The range isn't as good as I was hoping. It's spotty outside of my house, but then again, I have aluminum siding on my bungalow. I think this will damper my ability to use it out in my yard like I'd like to, but it works pretty well inside the house.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: Saitek Eclipse II Illuminated Keyboard
Pros: It's lighted.
Cons: The black wears off very easily.
Other Thoughts: I've owned this keyboard for well over a year now. It's lighted and everything works as it should. The biggest gripe that I have is that the black is wearing off of the keys, especially the letter "A" and the Shift key next to it. They look like blobs of blue (or whatever color you choose) and that is a tad annoying. It doesn't change how the keys work.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: KWorld DVD Maker USB 2.0 VS- USB2800 USB 2.0 Interface
Pros: Well, it works.
Cons: It doesn't come with very good instructions.
Other Thoughts: Here's how it works. You plug the USB into your computer. You plug the audio cable into your computer input as well. You install the driver from the driver disk, then you install the two porgrams from the program disk which are both included in the box. You then hook your VCR up to the RCA or S-Video jack. You attach your audio cable from the VCR to the RCA Jacks. If you only have one audio cable, use the left channel. Open the Power Director program and use the capture tab on the upper left side of the screen. It should then look for the signal, and then show you what your VCR is doing on the little screen. To record, DO NOT use the red button on the program. I keep getting copyright protected errors. Instead, press the button on the kworld device (it's oval and should have a green light lit next to it). It will start recording the video. Make sure you have it going into the file you want and in the proper format. It works, but could use much better instructions.READ FULL REVIEW