Date Joined: 12/10/04
Pros: I'm no audiophile but the bass and treble seem very well balanced to me.
I'm able to fall asleep with these in with no discomfort.
When I wake up they are still rockin'!
The charge lasts for what seems like forever.
The range is fantastic.
Cons: I had an issue where the left earbud was not pairing and was out of sync. The included (poor) instructions did have some pictures on how to do a reset but that was not working. A quick google/youtube helped me fix the issue. This does appear to be a known problem. Not enough of a problem to knock an egg off.
Overall Review: I'm pretty late to the party when it comes to wireless earbuds. I have used the single bluetooth headset variety, but that experience was lacking. It's my first time buying Anker as well and the experience has overall been great.
I would definitely recommend these particular earbuds.
Pros: $99 on sale. Dual Core. Windows 7.
Cons: Keyboard and mouse are no good. MOBO does not support AHCI.
Overall Review: Videos playback smoothly in 720p on Youtube, 1080p videos stutter a bit but are still watchable.
I bought this for my dad. He was still on a single core Windows XP computer with only 1 gig of RAM, so this was quite the upgrade for him. I would definitely recommend this for basic internet browsing needs.
Pros: When it was working, the speed was incredible. With the arctic silver thermal compound I purchased, it was running right around 38c idle, 44c full load. That's the coolest and fastest cpu I've ever had.
Cons: It started messing up after two days. When I'd try to power on my computer, the power would come on for a split second and then go off. Then the second time I tried powering on, everything would power on, but it would not post to bios or give any video. Then a random amount of times later it would finally post and run beautifully for x amount of time until I turned it off and tried powering it back on. Now it will not post or give video no matter how many times I try turning it on. I tried the chip in a totally different computer and it is giving the same effect. I installed my old P4 and it boots up with absolutely no problem.
Overall Review: It was installed perfectly, so I guess I just got a bad processor. Just about to RMA it so we'll see how the second one turns out.
Pros: Install was a breeze, partitioning was no problem, data transfer rate is superb.
Cons: It isn't 1TB.
Overall Review: I previously had a 40GB 5400rpm IDE as my primary os hard drive, so I may be a little biased with the speed increase, but seriously, this drive has been awesome so far.
Pros: Got it, plugged it in, worked no problems. Extremely fast WRITE.
Cons: Reading is a bit slow. It doesn't read some of my previously burned cds either. Might be because of my setup though. Also, if I burn at the maximum I get cyclic redundancy errors while trying to read certain files on the disc. However, on other people's computers the files read fine.
It's a bit loud as well.
Overall Review: As long as I don't use the max speed to burn, all of my files burn very nicely. Jumping on the DVD burner bandwagon relatively late in the game, I can't express how awesome it is. I was able to backup all of my accumulated "dust" from about 6 years ago till now.
Of course Newegg was faster than H to the E to the double L.