Date Joined: 11/28/08
Pros: Enlarged Surface Heatsinks, PCIe 4.0 x16 Slot, Dual PCIe 4.0/3.0 x4 M.2 with One Thermal Guard, 2.5GbE LAN, RGB FUSION 2.0, Q-Flash Plus
Cons: A little expensive
Overall Review: Great motherboard to build a decent gaming PC capable of working with high end technology at a decent price.
Pros: CRYSTAL-CLEAR Call Technology. 28 Hours of battery life with the case. Mono Mode. IP57 with a 2-year warranty.
Cons: No Active Noise Cancellation (ANC)
Overall Review: Jabra sent me the new Elite 3 Earbuds instead of the refurbished Elite 65t (out of stock) but they are great for the money.
Pros: Affordable, instant factory reading
Overall Review: Decent DDR3 for a good old laptop upgrade. Worked perfect.
Pros: Work at high temperature. Fast reading and even better pricing.
Overall Review: So far is the best M.2 NVMe Gen 3 I've bought. Fast reading and reliable as usual.
Pros: Low price, capable 6 Cores, and manage all games.
Cons: Fan a little bit cheap but it doesn't have to be used. I didn't.
Overall Review: Great Cores/Threads count and capable of coping with any current PC settings.
Pros: Reliable, silent.
Overall Review: Silent and powerful with decent price. My last Corsair worked over 12 years.
Pros: Great compatible. 3600Mhz 16 Latency at low price. Instant reading. So far so good.
Overall Review: Best DDR4 3600MHz with CL16, installed in Asus TUF gaming X570 MOBO and AMD Ryzen 5 3600 CPU.
Pros: Fast reading, enough storage.
Overall Review: Good drive, fast, and enough room for storage.
Pros: They block noise incredible good, and eventhough the power of the speaker in not what I was expecting, this set is very good for the money I paid.
Cons: I think the cables are a little thing, but I don't have a problem cus I'm a very careful person.
Pros: Beautiful appearance, and super light weight. Fast image refresh speed, and vivid colors. External power adapter, which maximize reliability and 1 of the best LED technology for the money.
Pros: Fast and quiet with an affordable price in today's market.
Cons: Bulky body, almost imposible to install 2 in my Asus MD to Crossx them over.
Pros: Compact body, and very easy to handle. Built in ready for both EF-S / EF lenses. Awesome display and even better video capabilities. Best SLR today for the money.
Cons: NONE. I would only add for Canon that it has a low fps in fast mode, but no need if you are not a PRO.