Joined on 04/22/01
7 volt White LED Bulb
Pros: We purchased this to be use as our front entrance way door and outside light. The white version is perfectly bright as a 60 watt incandescent while only using 7 watts. Best of all bugs are not attracted to the light. NO MORE BUGS SWARMING AROUND OUR FRONT DOOR! Bulb doesn't get nearly as hot as an incandescent or CFL.
Cons: Absolutely none
Overall Review: We live in South West Florida so flying bugs are a year 'round problem. Previously when our front entrance door was opened at night dozens of bugs which were swarming around the light would be sucked into the house. With this LED which produces no Ultra Violet light, bugs aren't attracted to it. There are now no bugs at all around that light. Problem solved!
Worded for 34 days
Pros: Comes with a nice USB adapter which can be very handy.
Cons: It stopped working after 34 days. Totally stopped. Nothing can even see the media. I've tried it in cameras, phones, tablets and nothing even sees that there is a card inserted. Totally dead and at 34 days it was too late to send it back to Newegg. It's not worth the $20 I paid to try to send it back to the manufacturer as I don't want another "Team" memory card. I'll stick with the bigger names for my next Micro SDHC card.
Best fan on the Market but need help...
Pros: Moves air like no other. Blows so hard that it blows paper around the entire computer room even with my case closed.
Cons: It's loud but I knew that when I ordered it
Overall Review: I need to know what fan controller to use. I've tried two of them that can handle OVER 30 watts. Each used a Molex power connector and plugged the fan into the controller. The problem was that the fan would not begin spinning until I had nearly full voltage, thus almost no control over the speed. This happened on both controllers. The fan only has a 3 pin connector so I can't imagine any other way to control the speed except by voltage input. Can anyone steer me in the right direction to get a controller that truly controls this fan? So far it's either on or off.
Small, Powerful and Easy to Over-Clock
Pros: My previous card was an EVGA GTX 660 and was a monster in size. What a nice change to this. It really performs spectacularly as well. I wanted a 1080 but could only afford the 1060. I am not disappointed.
Overall Review: This card is mated to my i7 8700 system and I use Lockheed Martin's P3Dv4 Flight Simulator. With all settings set to the highest realism settings this card does a very credible job without over-clocking, keeping my frame rates synced to my 4k monitor at 30 FPS. However I sometimes over-clock using the Asus GPU Tweak II software and I find that this card can clock much higher without overheating to pretty extreme numbers. I'm VERY satisfied!
Excellent Subwoofer for the money!
Pros: Provides a great bottom end to my home theater system in my computer room. I have a full sized home theater which uses an expensive Polk subwoofer. In my medium sized computer room the Acoustic Audio 8" subwoofer does a magnificent job. It provides a very clean and clear bottom for my 5 JBL Loft 40 5.1 system I bought this from Newegg on sale for $64. What a deal!
Cons: I probably would not recommend this for a very large home theater system. For an average home living room this would be excellent.
Overall Review: It arrived promptly via UPS double boxed with plenty of protection for the speaker. It also has a wide variety of adjustments for whatever your needs are. Can be connected with speaker wires or RCA cables.