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Pros: Good for the price
Cons: No black at all, only dark grey.
Unless you crank up the brightness to blinding level the colors look grey and washed out.
Other Thoughts: I have this monitor next to my almost 10 year old TN display (Dell 2208wfp). I expected to be blown away by the IPS panel but instead I was extremely disappointed to find this new monitor just isn't as good. I spent well over an hour adjusting settings and calibrating and still wasn't able to get it to look at good as my old screen.
If you are using this in a brightly lit office and can have the brightness cranked up to 100% then you should be happy with this product. If you are using this on a home computer and don't want to have this monitor so bright you can work on your tan then prepared for a very grey experience.
Pros: Silent, worked well for a while
Cons: First off, the heat sink is HUGE and goes down to the MB so even a MB/Case that can fit a huge 10 inch long card might not fit this card. I had to bend up the fins because they were hitting my the RAM slots on my MB.
This card worked for a month, then as I was using it (doing nothing intensive at all) my screens just went dark. I rebooted and nothing would come up. Pulled out the video card (was not even slightly warm) and used onboard video and everything worked great.
Other Thoughts: Couldn't return it since I had to bend the fins to fit my MBREAD FULL REVIEW
This review is from: PlayStation Plus Membership - 1 Year
Pros: Tons of games for free from all sorts of genres. We aren't talking about really old or cheap games either. Solid, modern triple A games like X-Com Enemy Unknown and Dragon's Dogma: Dark Arisen come down the pike regularly. The subscription cover the PS3, PS4 and the Vita. I don't yet have a PS4 but I've greatly enjoyed the huge number of free Vita games such as Soul Sacrifice.
Cons: If you let your subscription lapse you lose access to your library of free games, but you get them all back as soon as you renew your subscription.
You don't automatically unlock all the games. You have to go into the store (either on the console or at the PSN website) and "buy" the game to add it to your library. This means if you don't check on the store for a month you may miss a free game you wanted.
Other Thoughts: PS Plus is also required for PS4 multiplayer so if that's of interest to you then this purchase is a no brainer.READ FULL REVIEW