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Pros: Fantastic value. This is the best "bang for your buck" 1080 27" monitor I've come across.
colors were great straight out of the box.
no flicker, no dead pixels, no issues with packaging.
Cons: Non-adjustable stand
Other Thoughts: Currently using it for photo editing, Adobe products. While researching, I was concerned that it had a slightly lower color gamut than similar monitors (94.6% sRGB). however, given that this is half the price of competing monitors, I'm glad I went this route. Calibrated, and minimal adjustment was necessary. Came out of the box near True Color.
no comment on speakers, haven't used them.
This review is from: Go Rock Black Mini Portable Speaker w/ Retractable Cables (TRMS02MC-BK)
rechargable, no batteries
Cons: none so fat
Other Thoughts: This thing impressed me. I plugged it in to my iPhone, turned on some metal, and cranked the volume. This thing has quite a kick for such a small speaker. In bass mode and with the volume cranked, i watched it bounce across my desk. It has surprisingly clear sound, and was a lot louder than i expected.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: Rosewill RTK-090 90 Piece Professional Computer Tool Kit
Pros: Convenient carrying case.
Assortment of useful tools.
Cons: Anyone that does any kind of solder work would laugh when opening this up. The soldering iron is pretty worthless for a PC repair kit. There are also a few bits and pieces I thought were pretty useless, but it all depends on what you're using it for.
Other Thoughts: Overall, this is a pretty convenient kit. I use mine mostly for floor repair of computers, and thermal label printer repair and maintenance. I scrapped the soldering iron (more hazard that anything), solder, crimper, and a few other bits and added in an RJ45 crimper, network/cable tester, and a multimeter, and it's now a perfect grab bag for what i do.
Point is, this won't have everything that fits your needs, but it will probably have most of it.