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Charles K.

Charles K.

Joined on 09/07/16

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Most Favorable Review

Great phone at a great price

ZTE AXON 7 64GB 4G LTE Quartz Gray Dual SIM Unlocked Smartphone 5.5" 4GB RAM (North America Warranty)
ZTE AXON 7 64GB 4G LTE Quartz Gray Dual SIM Unlocked Smartphone 5.5" 4GB RAM (North America Warranty)

Pros: Elegant design, high-end specs, accidental warranty, amazing front facing speakers, all accessories included (case + screen protector even)

Cons: Battery life could be better, non-illuminated off-screen home/back button is hard to use in the dark, indicator light is tiny and hard to see

Overall Review: If you're looking at this phone and goin, "hmmmmm should I buy it?" I'm gonna go ahead and tell you "yes". I've owned flagships from just about every major brand out there. This being my first ZTE device, I'm pleasantly surprised that it can match or top the build quality of every phone I've ever used. Instead of deciding between phones like the S7 and G5, your purchase decision at this point should be, "Should I get the One Plus Three or the Axon 7?" Cause it just makes no sense even considering other flagships at this point when these 2 alternatives are on the market for half the price.

10/20/2016
Most Critical Review

Half decent, could be better

Rhodium Plated Ice Blue Heart Bracelet
Rhodium Plated Ice Blue Heart Bracelet

Pros: Large Swarovsky stone in tension setting, cut is clean and shines incredibly well

Cons: flimsy bracelet, noticeably uneven bracelet surface (could be the bracelet itself or the rhodium coating), color of stone is not NEARLY as vibrant as the photo,

Overall Review: Small things that make it truly unremarkable, though for the price, not that bad

10/20/2016

Great first impressions, I would recommend

Dell Latitude 13 7000 7350 GVY32 Intel Core M 5Y71 (1.20 GHz) 4 GB Memory 128 GB SSD 13.3" Touchscreen 1920 x 1080 2-in-1 Laptop Windows 10 Pro 64-Bit
Dell Latitude 13 7000 7350 GVY32 Intel Core M 5Y71 (1.20 GHz) 4 GB Memory 128 GB SSD 13.3" Touchscreen 1920 x 1080 2-in-1 Laptop Windows 10 Pro 64-Bit

Pros: - Affordable - Detachable - Touch Screen - Almost no bloatware - Silent - Runs cool - Reasonably fast - Brushed aluminum finish

Cons: - Confusing SKUs - Quite a bit bulkier than you'd expect from a detachable 2-in-1 - Cheap packaging - Subpar speakers

Overall Review: This was meant to be a replacement for my mother's current Acer S3 Ultrabook (2013), which was an ultra-thin form factor clamshell featuring an Ivybridge i3 and a 500GB SSHD. The Dell Latitude 7350 is going up against high expectations, and I'd say it met them for the most part. We've only had it for two days, and here are my initial thoughts. First impression: Although slightly thicker and fatter than anticipated, the device felt like a premium laptop. The brushed aluminum finish felt excellent in my hands. Packaging however, was the same as any $300 laptop. I know this is not meant to be a premium device, but the packaging was just sad... Hardware: Once again, pleased with the build quality. The IPS panel was sharp, but the colors were not particularly outstanding. Still though, way better than you'd find in an average TN panel, and it's worlds better than the Acer S3 it's replacing. Keyboard travel distance was far better than the S3 and our Surface PROs, and it had a traditional American set up (shift key isn't split up. Non of that bilingual garbage). USB ports are on the back of the keyboard, conveniently placed near the two corners, as opposed to the Acer S3 where the ports are centred in the back. This means you can plug and remove USB devices without disruptions (standing up/lowering the screen/flipping the laptop around to reach the ports. The mechanical hinge is solid and sturdy, though I fear the switch may deteriorate over time. Software: After all the initial setup and Windows updates, the M5 + SSD was proving itself to be more than adequate for the average user. Programs ran fast and HD videos played smoothly, boot up and wake times were excellent, and to my surprise, Dell put in only very basic management software in here. There wasn't any unwanted shareware and freeware. Bloatware still existed, but mostly from Windows 10. Dell's doing it right!! Design software like Photoshop and Illustrator ran very smoothly on the M5, as long as your file size was reasonable. Noticeable Cons: - Speakers lacked bass, which is expected of course. But at higher volumes you can hear it crackle. Not pleasant - As much as I like it, it is too heavy as a tablet even when detached - So I read up a few reviews prior to the purchase, and they all mentioned that the keyboard carried a second battery. Apparently that is not the case for this SKU (hence its price perhaps). Not enough grounds to return this, but certainly not thrilled to find out that the keyboard has dead weights instead of a functional battery - No connectivity on the tablet itself. If detached, you cannot connect a USB device OR external display OR SD cards. All connectivity features are on the keyboard, making the tablet mode much less desirable All in all we are still pleased. For its price, the M5 and full SSD alone was made it better than an average laptop running on Pentium + HDD. The touchscreen + detachable option are nice bonuses, but I don't think they'll be heavily used. The above listed cons distinguishes it from being a premium device, which is okay, because we didn't pay a premium price

Great product, would buy again

Rosewill RHAI-15001 Induction Cooker | Large Digital Screen Display | 1800 Watt | 5 Pre-Programmed Cooktop Settings | Stainless Steel Pot | 10" 3.5 QT
Rosewill RHAI-15001 Induction Cooker | Large Digital Screen Display | 1800 Watt | 5 Pre-Programmed Cooktop Settings | Stainless Steel Pot | 10" 3.5 QT

Pros: Induction heating as opposed to element (obviously), easy to clean, easy to store

Cons: As far as I can tell, "Pre-programmed settings" are just pre-set fixed temperatures. They don't cycle between different heat settings hence making them kind of useless. It's a pointless marketing gimmick. -1 star for getting my hopes up over nothing.

Overall Review: Great product. Should have bought this years ago and saved on canned gas

11/15/2016