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Pros: Pretty sweet in all regards. It's a huge upgrade from my six year old 19 inch monitor with a 1650x1080 resolution.
Also, speakers. Not excellent, but hey, speakers. Helped me get rid of some desk clutter.
Cons: A 6ft dual-link DVI.
Come on, six feet? For $250+, it should at least be a 12ft cable. Dual link cables are about $10-15 a piece too, not cheap.
Other Thoughts: It feels like it should be around a 200$ monitor, but I really only need one 144Hz monitor for gaming, so no big deal.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: Logitech G105 Illuminated USB Gaming Keyboard
Pros: - Keys all worked
- Multiple backlight brightness settings
Cons: You know how laptop keyboards always feel like the keys are squished and just wrong? That's the experience I had with this keyboard. It's the same size as a standard keyboard, BUT they just squashed all the normal keys to fit in the macro keys.
Also, my left hand references the control key to know where it's at. The macro keys are the leftmost thing on this keyboard, and really, really threw my WASD off. I kept hitting Q-Capslock-A-S instead.
For a 50$ keyboard, I don't want squished small keys... come on! I checked, and it's the same exact dimensions of their standard full size keyboard, and even placed my old Logitech keyboard directly on top.
Other Thoughts: If you have small hands it's fine, but as a male adult with below average size hands, it's not good.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: Creative Labs GH0110 Sound Blaster World of Warcraft Wired USB Headset
Pros: The ear cups are massive, and don't press on your ears hardly at all. I don't think anything is gonna hurt less after a really long gaming session. Otherwise, the sound is pretty amazing and the voice characters are fun to play with. Some people have complained about the mic, but it seems pretty good to me. It picks up a bit more than most mics, but sounds good otherwise.
Cons: If you set it larger than your head, it'll make your jaw really hurt. I found that out the hard way, and I didn't realize why my jaw hurt so bad for a week or so afterwards.
The USB cord is a bit short... which really saddens me. Its long enough, but its would be nice to have a bit more length. Of course, they probably wanted you to buy the wireless model in the first place...
Cost. I don't know if its really that worth it. Sure, the voice changers are cool and stuff, but 120$? I don't know. I don't have much to compare to.
Other Thoughts: If you're just looking for a highly cost-effective headset, I don't think this is it.READ FULL REVIEW