Date Joined: 08/06/07
Pros: None can be tested since there's no power lead to get this to go 'ON'
Cons: Will not work out of the box due to no power cord to turn it 'ON'. Simply put, it's everything from start to finish.
Overall Review: Just like all of the other folks that this is not recommended since it can not be use without power.
Pros: Looked sturdy enough to provide many years of uses.
Cons: None worthy of consideration.
Pros: Fit as it should when mounted without any case or enclosure. Did not find any fault either design nor functionality. Great deal for what's intended for.
Cons: None what so ever so far.
Overall Review: Will see about its durability once it goes through its many days of use.
Pros: Good Lunia 520 protection in case of mishaps such as mishandling the phone carelessly. As much the normal wear from frequent use in it normal day-to-day operation. The two tone configuration also give a very nice cosmetic appearances as well as functionality.
Cons: The feel is overly smooth and hard, since it was expected that it would be having a tactile feel of rubber.
Overall Review: In all, it's a good and reasonable product.
Pros: Very accurate in dimension and fit. No issue with installation nor its use in protecting the screen.
Cons: None to speak of.
Overall Review: The two piece offer should give the comforting thought that there's a second chance in mounting it correctly.
Pros: Good to have in preventing finger prints smudging or scratch the screen.
Cons: Not easy to rid of air bubbles and dust particles in istallation.
Overall Review: It'll require a great deal to have it install perfectly. But it's worthwhile to have it on to protect the screen.
Pros: Good design concept for its purpose. Button cut-out aligned perfectly to the Pad. Provide reasonable amount of protection.
Cons: The 360° rotating mount were too loose to keep the Pad staying in position. Its contruction and material were simply not firm enough to fulfill its intended use.
Overall Review: It's one of those take it or leave it -- if this is the only one you can get within your budget.
Pros: Reasonable Class 10 performance at the write rate of 9 to 12 MB/sec.
Cons: Thicker than other SDHC when measured by a caliper at 2.25mm - while most of the others were at about 2.1mm. This thickness issue will make it unsuitable to be use with some SDHC slots.
Overall Review: Bought this at Newegg.com and had to return it for replacement. That's was with the hope that the 1st one was a defect and the 2nd would be better. However, the 2nd one still have the same thickness issue, where it would need a SD reader as a bridge to use it with my ASUS Netbook.
Bravo to Newegg.com for their great customer service.
Pros: Just to reiterate and to support all of the other happy owners of this fantastic head phone. Can not say enough about its great audio quality and output.
Cons: A bit bulky and heavy.
Overall Review: Sharing the same sentiment just like others that it may not look so cool if you wear it out.
Pros: No problem at all with installation and had perform very well from boot-up to shutdown. An improvement from my Kingston where it had to be jiggle to get it to recognize that the memory were added.
Cons: None worthwhile to mention.
Pros: A true plug-and-play, both with SD & SDHC.
Cons: None so far.
Pros: So far, its working great for my Acer Aspire operating on Windows XP Pro.
Cons: The Seagate DiscWizard installation software failed to make this hard drive 'bootable' -- be it on DOS or Windows. After trying for about 8 different times and failed, I had to try the Western Digital Data Lifeguard as an alternate to get the drive to 'boot'.
Pros: Took a 3 hour flight with it on and had experienced the most pleasant audio from the sound source, and none of the noise from the surrounding environment. It's light weight and comfortable designed truly made it worthwhile to own.
Cons: The controller having a tubular dimension of 5.25' & 0.875' can be cumbersome.
Overall Review: The cord seemed a bit flimsy thus questionable on its durability. The head set cord can be shorten by about 10”, and still leave enough for the wearer to move freely. This shorter length can rid the worry of getting tangle, plus not being an obstruction.