Joined on 12/07/01
Pros: Simple, high quality component. Just make sure you purchase the correct gender (which I did not). This particular adapter is made to plug into a DVI cable, not the video card. A DVI (M) is needed for that! Oh well, still works.
Overall Review: Shipping was more than the adapter. Kinda crazy. Newegg should look into that practice. If they can reduce shipping prices on small items like adapters, buyers will flock to them! Newegg is still the best!
Pros: The mouse is nice. The keyboard has a good feel to the key presses.
Cons: The reception is about 6 feet. Even line of sight I cannot get the keyboard to work. Not sure if it the keyboard or the receiver. The keys double type or don't come out at all. Tried new batteries but no change. Contacted PCGearHead for an RMA. We'll see.
Overall Review: There are no indicators on the keyboard as to numlock, caps, etc... For $39, it is a terrific setup if the receiver works out for you. I'm using Vista 64-bit Premium. There are no drivers for this setup. It is direct support through the OS.
Can i give it 6 eggs?
Pros: Speed Ease of setup
Overall Review: I upgraded my 7 year old Asus ac68u and my wireless speeds on my Samsung Note 10 plus hit 431Mbps! I pay for Spectrum 400, so... Dang! The setup is familiar for my older Asus because they keep up on their firmware across their product lines.
Pros: Signal strength Throughput Build quality Compact size
Overall Review: Very pleased with this inexpensive wireless solution. I am using this for my daughter's K12 (home school) computer. Went from a small 150 USB wireless to this 300 device. For one, the reception is much better (maybe due to the nice, dual antennas), and it is faster. Good combo! I am going to get another for our second K12 computer. I would recommend this to anyone.
Great while it lasted!
Pros: Boot and reboot times very fast. Installs/Uninstalls applications fast. Runs apps fast. All in all, a very fast drive.
Cons: Died a slow death in under a year.
Overall Review: I purchased this drive in April 2010 for use in a Macbook. After a month or two it was acting up so I thought the Mac just didn't like it. I moved it to my Dell Studio and it seemed good for another few months (and a firmware update). Then.... bam! Bluescreen city in Windows 7 64-bit Professional. Multiple reinstalls and wipes later and it just got worse to the point that I had to send it back for RMA. The RMA process was painless. Thank you OCZ! I'm hoping this isn't a constant issue and is rather unique. Time will tell...