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Pros: These are quality cables, they actually have some thickness to them (but not too much!). Slightly ticker than my ipod cord , as a basis for comparison.
Also a great length.
I'm very satisfied, and would recommend these to anyone.
Cons: The tabs you push in to remove the cord from the device could be better. They are somewhat short, needing to be pushed down almost flush.
They work just fine, this is just the one thing that could be considered a 'con'.
Other Thoughts: Unless you're picky about color, you should buy this product.
Why buy a different one and risk getting a thin low quality cable? ...
This review is from: Link Depot DVI-6-DD Black 6 ft. 1 x DVI 24-Pin (Others also call 25-Pin or 24+1-Pin) Male 1 x DVI 24-Pin (Others also call 25-pin or 24+1-Pin) Male M-M DVI-D male to DVI-D male dual link Cable
Pros: Ok, Ignore all the guys reporting these as "absurdly stiff cables" or whatever. Unless you're (literally) planning to put the PC against a wall these shouldn't be an issue.
I've only got 3 inches (or less) behind my PC and didn't have any problem with these.
Cons: The actually connections can be a little tight. I don't mean like one guy said "..had to hold tower against my chest and pull it on with all my strength..." more like you might want a hand on the front of the tower, so you don't push it forward an inch or two when installing these on the back.
Other Thoughts: I read the reviews for before purchasing and almost walked away. These cables are shockingly different from what people are describing. Seriously what kind of limp cables are these guys use to?
These are good cables.
Pros: These monitors look great. I've had one for a few years and finally got around to ordering a second so I could set u a dual display.
Cons: Control buttons (select input/menu) fail to respond when pressed every once in a long while. Just a single press is ignored, not all of them. Could be that I'm pressing off-center slightly and that is causing the problem.
When changing input seems to hang for a second if the current signal is lost at the same time. For instance if I turn off my laptop (on DVI)...monitor goes black..and right then I try to change the input to my desktop (HDMI) it will hang for a second before switching. I'm guessing that this is related to the monitor trying to go into standby (loss of the input signal triggers this automatically) and then having to quickly "wake up" and display the new signal. No big deal.