Joined on 03/27/10
Pros: Excellent sound reproduction, soft padding, and a long cord that magically stays out of the way!
Cons: It's a little bit heavy, and I wear them all day 5-6 days a week for work.
Overall Review: For a couple hours of recreational use or close listening, these phones are aces!
This produce is still working
Pros: It holds more than most other blenders, has a high speed motor and seems sturdy enough.
Cons: After 6 months of little use, it has started vibrating wildly. The top has to be held down tight because it won't run unless the safety switch is pushed down hard. There is no slow speed. It goes fast and FASTER! Also heats up very hot, very quickly. I bought this to blend batches of liposomal C and use it only once a month. Since a good batch depends on keeping the material cool, I run the blender a few minutes, then have to put the pitcher in the refrigerator so it can cool down before blending another few minutes. I think it would boil if left running for 20 minutes.
Overall Review: This blender would not last very long if it had to make a breakfast smoothie every morning! I had high hopes, but I cannot recommend this product.
Pros: Light weight and the quietest P/S I have ever not heard.
Cons: Much time and effort was spent proving this was, indeed the faulty component and not the MoBo or even CPU. I even cannibalized my home entertainment computer for a known good PS. Now I need a PS for my home entertainment system!
Overall Review: I run a Corsair power supply in my video editor and always brings the juice, and I need the modular plug system, so it looks like Corsair might get another chance.
Best Tablet So Far
Pros: It's very fast on startup, with a startup screen that doesn't blind you like the older models! Smooth operation. Plenty of memory to run the Droid bloatware and expansion seems like wide open planes.
Cons: Harder to hold, since the bezel is so thin and the audio holes are often covered by my big fat hands. The charger wire is way too short. I would be happy to pay an extra dollar for more wire.
Overall Review: I already have recommended this product to friends and will again.
Pros: I bought this product because I upgraded my old M.2 (1T Samsung 960 EVO) to the PLUS model, which is much faster. I intended to use this M.2 on a card as a fast scratch drive for a video editor, buying another 1T M.2 for a RAID. It would have been a good use for the old M.2 and an upgrade for my editor.
Cons: The M.2 fit into the socket was very tight, unlike the motherboard connectors. The M.2 also fits in face down. When installed as a drive, my computer did not detect the card or M.2, the drive was not recognized by the BIOS and when I removed the unit (after ONLY about 5-10 minutes of operation) was hot to the touch--almost hot enough to burn my fingers. Other nearby hard drives were cool, as I had just started up the computer for testing after being off for a few days. (The plug & port still works, fortunately.) Upon removing the SATA adapter, I noticed one of the components had fallen off--the big square with a "100" stamped on the face. The solder connections may have melted. The unit was hot!
Overall Review: I cannot recommend this product! I only hope that my 1T M.2 was not damaged by this melting board. Samsung has dropped the price on these slower M.2 units, but they are still too expensive to simply throw away. The Dual slot SATA adapter is a good idea but I'm not going to buy another StarTech adapter.