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This review is from: Changhong 50" 1080p LED HDTV - LED50YC2000UA
Pros: Great color
Good overall picture quality
Cons: High response time (8ms)
Other Thoughts: I bought this TV as a "bridge" to 4K since my old Insignia recently broke down. So far I am very happy with this less than $360 AR purchase and in terms of picture quality, this TV bests my Insignia 46'. My wife loves it since she doesn't have to worry about the 8ms response time while watching Hulu and TV, I was able to notice it while gaming, however.
Overall very nice TV, will be upgrading to 4K later this year during holiday season, I can see this TV fits comfortably in the bedroom.
This review is from: PlayStation 4 Console
Pros: Sleek looking console
Much improved Dualshock 4 controller
Much improved and socialized UI compared to PS3
Better performance than competitors
Cons: Limited features and games at launch
Newegg's logistics SUCK
Other Thoughts: The PS4 is awesome! The unit I received works perfectlyREAD FULL REVIEW
This review is from: Sony Xperia SP LTE C5306 White 4G Dual-Core 1.7GHz Unlocked Cell Phone
Pros: Great display, great design, love the LED lights.
720p screen, great visual and sound enhancements. (mobile Bravia and Walkman)
Camera shoots decent pictures, though not the best camera on phones.
LTE and 3G speeds.
Cons: A bit heavy.
Does not support AT&T LTE.
Other Thoughts: This phone works great T-Mobile LTE network and areas where T-Mobile has finished modernizing their 3G HSPA network to 1900 frequency. (basically what T-Mobile is doing is to move their 3G network from 1700/2100 frequency to 1900 frequency so their LTE can find home on 1700/2100).
I receive complete T-Mobile LTE and 1900 mhz 3G coverage. If you are interested in getting this phone for T-Mobile prepaid or postpaid service, make sure you do some research to see if T-Mobile has coverage in your area.
This phone does not support AT&T LTE (AT&T uses mainly 700 mhz for its LTE, only a very limited number of AT&T LTE markets use 1700/2100 frequency, so I call it a no support).