Joined on 08/31/16
Overall a great chair but for its original price it should be extraordinary. (Bought on sale.)
Pros: - Adjustable in just about every way (albeit tilting the chair could be tricky.) - Visibly durable materials. Box weighed 65 lbs. - Firm yet comfortable. - Assembly wasn't too difficult except for the last part where you attach the top of the seat to the bottom. I recommend feeling for the holes' edges to know where you should be sliding the metals in. As for screwing it together, I recommend using a flashlight and looking for the holes to align them. - Lumbar pillow has straps! Don't be afraid to stretch them up until the shoulders of the seat (but be sure to make the tension even for all sides.) Beyond that, I would be careful. - I am 5"5' and this chair fits me well. It wasn't entirely made exclusively for tall people! - Shipping was surprisingly fast and came much sooner than noted. I used the free shipping that was supposed to be delivered in an average of 5 to 7 days. I got it in 2 days. They made sure I signed as well. I live in Henderson, NV.
Cons: - Tilting the chair is tricky. I'm still not sure if I did it right (and for the bad reviews I can see where they might've ruined the chair in this way.) There is an unlock lever on the left side that I think is labeled incorrectly (up should be lock and down is unlock.) And then you're supposed to rotate the crank while applying pressure (??) - I can see some asymmetrical stitching on the chair. It doesn't bother me but this chair really should be perfect if it was originally at $500.
Overall Review: I bought this for $300 even though Newegg advertised it as 50% off (supposed original to be $600) which was misleading. It's $440 and $380 in other places while having an original price of $500. So even though I still saved $80, it's just a little bit underwhelming after learning about some of the chair's issues.
Most likely the most beautiful RGB keyboard out there.
Pros: - Extremely sexy. I can't stop staring at the lighting I've set. - Materials feel premium. This keyboard is heavy! - Keys are so crisp. For some reason, I actually like typing with these MX Speeds. (Despite hitting the space bar a bit too late some times.) - Volume wheel! - Corsair logo lights up! - Macro keys! - Wrist rest!
Cons: - Macros get messed up for some reason after you restart your PC the first time. The solution is to uninstall CUE then reinstall it. Extra tip: save your actions, lighting, etc. to the library before you uninstall so you don't lose them. - If you put your computer on lock, the lighting defaults to rainbow. The solution is to save your lighting as a profile in the device. - CUE in general can be improved and should be improved. - Cord is the thickest out of all my cords that's not the outlet cord.
Overall Review: - I recommend this to anyone upgrading their potato keyboard and have the money for it. I also recommend it to anyone who wants to gift their old keyboard to a friend and want to upgrade to this prematurely.
Best drone for its price! Great starter drone!
Pros: - Durable! Comes with extra blades. - Good quality video and audio for a tiny drone. - Easy to extract files. - Also comes with a micro sdhc and usb reader!
Cons: - Controls can be better. - Plugs are a bit difficult to detach. - Manual can be a bit confusing.
Overall Review: My little brother (10 years old) loves this and can operate it pretty well! It really is a great starter drone!
Fantastic fan! Quiet yet powerful.
Pros: - I have two of their AF120 fans and in comparison, this noticeably draws and blows more air just by putting my hand near it. - You can barely hear this at night. - The best part about the magnetic levitation is that you can use it as both a static and high airflow fan! So you won't require buying separate fans for separate uses if you have this. - Didn't have to break in the holes in order to mount it. - Heavier than your usual fan meaning it's sturdy!
Cons: - The fan itself has a warmer color. My white AF120s have a cooler color so with the LEDs, they look a bit blueish as opposed to this one's yellowish color. I just wished they matched up perfectly in that way. - It is $25 though. At least I got it essentially for free because of promotional Newegg giftcards.
Overall Review: I'm kind of becoming a Corsair fangirl. Even the packaging was well built for this fan.
Cheapest most renowned HDD out there.
Pros: - Sequential read/write: 183/165 MB/s. - Random read/write: 1355/851 IOPS. - Best version of the WD Blue with 1TB and 64MB cache. - Sturdy build. - Does not go over 45C. - Great for personal storage. Anything more, the other versions (black, green, etc.) might be better for optimal use.
Cons: - Wanna go a step further? A box would be nice. ;P
Overall Review: What can I say? The simpler the component, the less complications to worry about.
Nice fans! Not sure why most are saying it's loud...
Pros: - I've had these for a while now and, in my experience, they're not loud unless you use a 'performance' setting and/or your PC is under a lot of load. I use the H100i GTX liquid cooler as well, so my PC is quiet all around, especially since I use the 'quiet' mode on the Corsair Link. I overclocked most of my components and my temps all hover around 30C idle and only my GPU reaches a high peak of around 60C under load. The GPU fans are the only thing you could consider loud in my PC, honestly, and all my fans are from Corsair.
Cons: - One helpful tip... Break the screw holes in before you install them! You'll thank me later!