Showing Results: Most Recent
This review is from: AZIO KB505U Black USB Wired Standard Large Print 3 Color Backlit Keyboard
Pros: I'm Giving this four stars because of the price and the fact that it looks gorgeous and functions as a keyboard. See cons...
Cons: Not a gaming keyboard or for those who type faster than 20 words per minute. The keys are way too far apart and require more force than usual to press which results in way too many missed keys.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: AZIO PRISM KB507 Black USB Keyboard With 7 Colorful Backlights
Pros: Keys are very light and easy to use. The LEDS aren't overpowering which is a plus for me (I the fact that it looks nice without blinding me). Surprisingly high quality feel to it for the price as other "multi color choice" LED lit keyboards are much more expensive and I took a gamble with this one.
Cons: No major Complaints other than the LEDS are a bit dim on some settings unless its pitch black in the room which will be a problem for some. Height isn't very adjustable as my old keyboard had multiple settings and this one has two choices (completely flat or almost completely flat) but still not a huge issue as I have already gotten used to it.
Other Thoughts: Overall Very happy with the keyboard.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: RAIDMAX Quantum ATX-798WB Black SECC ATX Mid Tower Computer Case
Pros: Lots of compliments for having a unique style case. Useful Usb ports on top. Got it for cheap. Will fit a radeon 6950. Bottom mounted psu.
Cons: Very plasticy. Very thin side panel, barely enough room for a large graphics card, installing/changing a hard drive is a nightmare. Zero cable management included. No 2.5 in drive bays. 3 of the fans started making grinding noises after about a year so I've had to spend money to replace the stock fans.
Other Thoughts: I thought this was a great case for the money when I first bought it. Until the fans died and after I started fiddling with some Raid mechanics this case became an annoyance when it would take 10 minutes just to get the hard drive out. In order to access a 3.5in bay, you have to remove the front panel (which is nearly impossible to get back on if you have any cd/dvd drives installed), then remove the contraptions out that the front fans are attached to, then navigate your screw driver through the worst drive caddy enclosure I've ever had to work with. Its just way too time consuming when there's other cases with far better solutions that I wish I had went with a year ago.READ FULL REVIEW