Date Joined: 10/21/03
Pros: I only use Kingston full size mice. Only pointing device I've found that fits my hand. Get hand cramps doing hours of CAD with standard mice.
Cons: Only last 7-10 years using 40 plus hours a week. (not really a CON)
Overall Review: Only mouse I buy
Pros: i7 at reasonable price
Cons: -Only 2 SATA ports on motherboard (no room for adding drives without add-in card)
-Could use more usb ports
Overall Review: Good value so would buy again, but limited expansion capability right out of the box.
Pros: None for device. Five eggs for Newegg taking this piece of junk back. We have purchased $10K worth of stuff per year from Newegg for more than 10 years. This is our first return.
Cons: Marketing is misleading. There are no unit specific instructions. The T10 can only be programmed/setup through the browser UI. There is no browser UI instructions/tutorials/videos. Only instructions are for the server based software. I don't know what they expected you to do. First call to WatchGuard support only advice was return the device. That was honest and I should have returned it. I plugged on. By trial and error I got it setup. Then after the trial period it went nuts and started deleting all incoming email. No warning at all. Happened over a weekend so everyone in early to the office that Monday lost dozens of client emails. This is in excusable. This is suppose to be a product for the masses. There is no small business/retailer/coffee shop I know of that could have the IT staff support this device.
Overall Review: LiveSecurity is not a license it is a extended warranty, but who would know from their misleading unreadable marketing materials.
Pros: Fit APC unit well. No problems
Overall Review: APC tries to hide the battery size by covering the manufacturers info with there branding decal. Just peel it off to get the replacement battery info.
Pros: Allows retrofit of new usb 3.0 device to older usb 2.0 motherboard.
Overall Review: You can't make your old usb 2.0 run at 3.0 speeds, but this does make the connection from new usb 3.0 device to older usb 2.0 motherboards possible.
Pros: Good value for number of features for the price. Works well. Easily to single out Ethernet cables among dozens of others. Quick easy continuity test for Ethernet cables.
Cons: Test is continuity only.
Overall Review: Seems suited for small office use. Haven't had it long enough to determine it's durability.
Pros: Having built dozens of computers for our company this was the easiest ever. It just works. No drive problems. No compatibility problems just works.
Cons: Not even easier to install
Overall Review: Very stable
Pros: Loads easier than old versions
Cons: -no backup utility
-If wizard fails you're toast
-hard to impliment without shutting down opration for days. I managed to impliment one service at a time, but had to fight software to prevent SBS from taking over before it's fully configured.
-Does not support XP 64 bit.
Overall Review: Thought I'd save time not learning Linux. I could have in the weeks fighting the windows wizards to impliment SBS 2011 essentials.
Pros: Good solution for loading server software
Cons: short usb cable
Pros: Easy raid setup. plug right into netwoirk and ready to use after RAID setup and formating.
Cons: documentation is all there, but geared to multimedia files serve set up and use is hard to pull out of the manual.
Overall Review: (3) 1.5TB western digital drives
Pros: Great value. 80% of the proformance of a 7i at 10th of the cost. overclocked to 2.9 gHz without any voltage a adjustments.
Cons: Needs better cooling fan.
Overall Review: Thought this would be a temp processor until the AM3 come out. Now looks like I'll stick with this processor for several years before upgrading.
Pros: Room to upgrade to AM3 and DDR3. Good layout easy to install. Overclocking is easy. Stabile AMD 7750 at 2.9 GHz.
Cons: SMbus driver didn't install properly. Standard ATI driver was found by windows
Overall Review: Upgraded a 4 year old CAD station for $265 (MB, 4G mem, Phenom processor) that's great value.
Pros: Perfect small office file/backup server. FTP for remote backup and access is super simple to setup. Setup is plug it in format drives and start. It's so small. Replacing a tower computer/monitor/etc with a toaster size box.
Cons: Little slower than PC to PC transfer on a network, but acceptable. Security for ftp desireable. Secure ftp or https. Have to use router to secure from outside network.
Overall Review: Going to buy more of these or similair D-link boxes for network file server and backups.
Pros: Might be suitable for a gamer box that you don't care if it locks up 2-3 times a day.
Cons: Memory is not stable at stock ratings. Slowing speed and latency down it works, but still freezes computer up. Put DDR2 from an older box and computer ran like a clock. Super PI and other benchmarks actually improved. Tried in a Gigabyte GA-EP35C-DSS3R with uptodate drivers and bios.
Overall Review: DDR3 is not ready for primetime. If you need a trouble free box wait a year or more before adopting DDR3. Newegg thanks for the RMA. Wasted a week learning the DDR3 lesson.
Pros: 20 deg C temp drop over P4 stock fan. Intel's stock cooler/fan blows.
Cons: You have to remove mother board from case to install on Intel P4 processor.
Pros: Runs cool and quite. Company using two no problems.
Cons: no cons
Pros: Good overclocking features in bios. Running 3800 x2 at 4400 x2 speeds no problems. Running FSB 250Mhz no problems. Using daily as engineering workstation. Company using 3 now.