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This review is from: LG 55" 1080p 60Hz LCD HDTV55LY340C (LG recertified Grade A)
Pros: It runs just fine - picture quality is great and we're getting good use out of it. We have an Xbox and PlayStation as well as Chromecast, so it runs what we need.
Cons: Sound quality is pretty standard, but it does what most tvs do in that the speakers are pointed out of the back. Bought a sound system to compensate.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: GTMax Black Universal Neoprene Sleeve Protective Case + Clear LCD Screen Guard + 3 Colors Stylus + LCD Screen Cleaner Strap for Asus TF201 10.1-Inch Eee Pad Transformer Prime Tablet
Pros: The neoprene case is nice and sturdy, good quality. I've seen another screen protector that's getting chewed up from the docking port for the keyboard, so that this one fits so well is great. The stylus pens are super handy and since there's three I can keep one with the tablet, at my computer desk and in my backpack. I use some drawing apps and they're definitely better than my finger.
Cons: The screen protector came with the barest minimum of instructions and so I have a hair right in the middle of my screen that is driving me nuts. I'm debating on whether I should just live with it or try and remove it at the risk of wrecking the protector. The neoprene case might be nice with an added pocket on the front for the stylus and cleaning cloth. Right now, they're both shoved at the bottom of the case so they're always with my tablet.
Other Thoughts: Overall, price and what you get, really hard to beat. Would have given it five stars if the protector had more instructions than tabs with "Step1, Step 2 and Step 3". <-- That was seriously it. Nothing about cleaning the surface, how to prepare or how impossible it's to move once you have it on.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: It has a decent range. I've used the thing across a house and in a basement and I've always had amazing signal. I have a gaming computer with a lot of USB ports but that might be a con if you don't. Frankly, better than any wireless card I've ever had.
Cons: Occasionally I'll lose signal... but I'm not sure if that's the adapter or the modem cycling. Really easy to fix though; just unplug and replug. Give it a moment to boot up. When I say occasionally, maybe once or twice every few months - no big deal.
Other Thoughts: My husband was in the Army so I had to move a lot and never knew what the layout of housing was going to be so it was nice not having to lay ethernet everywhere. Ha ha, probably the most reliable thing I had in Army life.READ FULL REVIEW