Joined on 12/07/08
As described & arrived 1 day early. Works fine for My Nikon D3400
Pros: The Power 2000 is 1500mAh, compared to original Nikon at 1230mAh, so should last a little longer. Works Fine.
Cons: Description doesn't mention exact mAh, but it is better than O.E.M. as described. Photo doesn't show actual printing on front of battery which is: Power2000 FOR NIKON EN-EL14A (D5600,D3400) 7.4V 1500mAh 11.1Wh.
Not recommended. Mistake to buy even at 50% off.
Pros: Pretty lights 5 fans Adjustable stand
Cons: Very poorly constructed USB connectors on back for power. They wiggle around. Tap this thing or move it, the power cuts on and off. Many times it just stops working randomly. Horrible purchase.
Overall Review: Not recommended at all. Save your money and get something built better than this piece of junk.
Pros: Excellent sound for the price point. Does an OK job at blocking out exterior sound, but not excellent.
Cons: Interior ear space. Heat buildup inside ear cups. Not as padded headband as I would have liked.
Overall Review: As for the interior ear space, I find these a bit cramped inside. There is a plastic ridge at the very top, which makes the space there between the plastic and the ear pads smaller at that point. It rubs the tops of my ears, and is a bit annoying. Don't know if I'll return them yet or not. It's hardly worthy my time since I have to pay return shipping, and dealing with UPS pickups at my apt. is a headache.
Pros: My 9 year old computer can now play 720p video full screen, instead of just 360p in a window.
Cons: Driver installation issues. Driver installation seems bloated, installs net frame, etc.
Overall Review: I ran into problems when I uninstalled my old video drivers per the directions. When restarting the system, it would reinstall the video driver without giving me the option to not install it. You’re suppose to select not install, then shut down your system before removing old card and putting in the new video card. I finally got around that. The HDMI cable/display looked a bit fuzzy and performance wasn’t so good on my 720p monitor/tv. Plus, I don’t like the sound being routed to the monitor/TV and not the computer speakers. I connected the std. VGA cable and at first the color was a bit off (pink/purplish) and there were some glitches in the display. Performance wasn’t great either. Note: Remember to always tighten your video cable well. That fixed my color issue mostly, after considerable time trying other things, LOL. It occasionally still seems not as white as it should be despite color adjustments. Time will tell if this card continues to work O.K. The original driver CD included is 4 years old. I downloaded the latest drivers from the ATI web-site and installed. Now, I’m getting what I wanted to make this dinosaur last just a little bit longer. I can now play 720p full screen with only an occasional frame drop, non at 480p. Before I could only play at 360 in a smaller window. System is a 9 year old e-machine AMD XP2700, 2 megs memory, 430 watt power supply, Win XP SP3. My power supply fan is a bit loud, so if the new video card fan adds any noise, I can’t hear any difference.