Date Joined: 11/30/04
Pros: Decent quality, low cost
Cons: None so far
Overall Review: Used this to create a wireless AP at the opposite end of our home with my old router to improved WiFi coverage and performance...works great.
Pros: Easy setup, decent UI, resolved a problem I was having with Win 10 and a network plotter with my old router.
Cons: Range is no better than my 6 year old Netgear router and Wi-Fi connection seems less stable for some devices.
Overall Review: It works and I had no trouble getting it configured and running....but it's not really an improvement on my old Netgear router with regard to range or performance.
Pros: Works as intended, cheap, mounting holes are in the correct spots, plenty of screws included
Overall Review: Used this to mount a new 2.5" SSD in an old case that only has 3.5" internal bays...worked as expected..would buy again.
Pros: Cheap, easy to use
Cons: None so far...time will tell on durability
Overall Review: I bought this to use with some 2.5" SSDs that I wanted to be able to use with existing 3.5" front docks in my workstations...works as expected.
Pros: Easy install, good driver support, solid performance, low power draw, no heat issues
Cons: None so far...based on past experiences with EVGA not expecting any
Overall Review: I bought this as a budget 3D rendering card for a workstation (based on the software manufacturer's recommendations). The performance is quite remarkable...very quick, smooth renders. For the price this card is an amazing value. Power consumer and heat seem to be a non-issue. Would definitely buy again.
Pros: Excellent build quality, stable and silent, nice modular cabling, easy install
Overall Review: I think this brand's reputation speaks for itself, not much to add...
Pros: Good built quality, easy access to all components, no frills practical design
Cons: None that I found
Overall Review: I've used several of these Antec cases over the years and I like this version the most. It's got everything I need for a workstation build without any of the frills I don't. I like the tool free bays. Plan to buy another for my next build.
Pros: Fast, easy install
Cons: None encountered
Overall Review: I used this in a new build with a Ryzen 7 3800X, Asus X570 Pro MB and SSD 970 M.2 boot / OS drive. Posted fine, got 3200 after a quick bios tweak, excellent performance, staying cool...no complaints.
Pros: Nice build quality, very quiet, easy install
Cons: None that I have encountered
Overall Review: I used a few of these in a recent build and they're so quiet I have to look at the fans (or check fan RPMs) to tell if they're working!
Pros: Easy install, good driver support from EVGA, a lot of punch for the cost
Overall Review: I've bought quite a few EVGA cards over the years...have yet to encounter a problem. I'm using this in a workstation for 3D rendering (low cost alternative) and it's lived-up to my expectations.
Pros: Excellent screen, speedy performance, great battery life, plenty of storage (with microSD option to expand further)
Cons: Nothing I've noticed so far as a causal user...
Overall Review: I bought two of these for Christmas gifts. The first one was on "sale" when I purchased it. A few days later I went back on the site to buy another and noticed the price had dropped even further. I tried contacting Newegg Customer Service about honoring the lower price on the first unit since I had just purchased it a few days before. After trying to reach them by email / telephone / chat for several days I finally got someone on chat (after a two hour wait) and they wouldn't do anything for me. I've been a Newegg customer for many years and on the few rare occasions I have needed service they never disappointed. There's a first time for everything I guess...
Pros: They come ready to use, you can let these sit for weeks or even months and they still have charge
Overall Review: I've tried lots of different rechargeable cells over the years...these are the best I've tried. They seem to last forever (lots of charge cycles) and they seem to hold a charge almost like an alkaline. Not much to dislike...
Pros: Easy setup, getting very good performance
Overall Review: I've been using this for over a year...no problems
Pros: Good build and print quality. I get a lot of trouble free printing out of these.
Overall Review: I've purchased several of these...have yet to encounter a problem.
Pros: Nice display and build quality, good speed/performance, good support. Much better value than some of the better known brands IMO.
Cons: Can't pry them out of my kids' hands...going to have to buy one for me!
Overall Review: I bought two of these for my kids. We've had them about a year now...they get heavy use (every day) and they're still going strong. At one point I thought we had a bad battery in one of them and I contacted Huawei support. They responded right away and offered to replace the battery for free. As it turned out...a few days later I discovered that my son had installed some app that wouldn't let the screen or pad go idle that was killing the battery. Once I disable that it was fine. So...we didn't end-up needing the service but it's nice to know they would have taken care of us if we needed help. I just bought some more Huawei products for this holiday season as I'm impressed with their quality and value.
Pros: Easy install, good performance
Overall Review: I bought this to replace a Rosewill adapter that started flaking out after a couple of months. I've had this about the same amount of time and it's still working great. Fingers crossed...
Pros: Works well, good read/write speeds for a thumb drive. Very compact.
Overall Review: I've purchased several Samsung SSD and Flash Drives and so far I've not had any issues with their memory products.
Pros: Nice quality, keyboard feels good, mouse works well
Overall Review: I've been buying Logitech keyboards and mice for many years...have yet to have a problem.
Pros: Was initially easy to install and get working. Great performance while it lasted.
Cons: After a couple of months of trouble free use this adapter started getting flaky. In the past week it has become unuseable despite repeated attempts to troubleshoot, reinstall, etc. Constant issues with disconnecting from the network and/or limited or no internet available even when connected. We have a house full of other wireless devices that are all working without issue on this network.
Overall Review: I've had good luck with Rosewill products in the past...but not this time. To be fair to them, I have not tried contacting their support or asked for a return. I've wasted enough time trying to get it working again. I could RMA but for 30ish bucks I'd rather not waste my time and don't want to deal with not having this machine on the network so I will probably just toss it and try an Asus product...
Pros: Good price, fast shipping...typical for Newegg
Cons: This battery would not hold a proper charge for me after just a few months of gentle use.
Overall Review: I found a genuine Lenovo battery on an auction site that was basically NIB but a a couple of years old. It was a similar price to this battery but it's working great. Both times I've tried an off-brand battery in my Lenovo W500 I've had bad experiences. I'm going to stop wasting money and stick to original Lenovo batteries from now on...
Pros: Price, paper quality
Overall Review: I use this for (mostly) black & white engineering drawings on an HP DesignJet 510 and it works very well. Print quality is excellent and cost-per-sheet is very economical.
Pros: Seems to work about as well as new HP cartridges in my Designjet 510 for printing engineering drawings
Cons: None that I have noticed
Overall Review: I've gone through a bunch of these now over the last couple of years and they're currently all I'm using in my Designjet 510 lately. I have yet to have a problem with one and they're obviously considerably cheaper than the new cartridges.
Pros: Inexpensive, decent operational speed
Cons: Video quality is mediocre, it's a bit sensitive when used in a moving vehicle (will skip when it vibrates).
Overall Review: There is no button to get to the disc menu...you actually have to navigate to it via an on-screen menu. This is probably the only DVD player I've ever used that does not have a simple button to access the disc menu.
Pros: I've ordered these several times and used them in my Canon Pro 9000 Mark II without issue. Seem to be a decent (and much cheaper) alternative to Canon cartridges.
Cons: None for me
Overall Review: I mostly use this printer for half-scale engineering drawings and occasionally for family photos...and I'm not overly critical with the latter. For someone who is doing serious/critical photo printing I'm not sure how these would stack-up to original Canon cartridges.
Pros: Worked as expected
Cons: A bit pricey for what it is...