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BYTECC DPDVI-06 6 ft. Black Display Port to DVI Cable M-M
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  • neweggOwned For: 1 month to 1 year

Pros: works, DisplayPort snaps in, decent length

Cons: none

Other Thoughts: I was a bit nervous about this purchase because of the different versions of DVI and DisplayPort, I wasn't sure it would be universally compatible, but it's been driving my 22 inch 168X1050 monitor flawlessly

Asus VW226T-TAA 22
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  • neweggOwned For: less than 1 day

Pros: Price, I picked it up for ~$170
thinner than my previous 22" Asus
VESA mount
good quality image in my opinion

Cons: nothing I wasn't aware of when purchasing.
would've been nice to get HDMI or DisplayPort input on this

other reviews have said it, the speakers aren't great (I didn't buy this for the speakers I don't intend to ever use them.) it's not worth docking any eggs over the speakers because it's here for my eyes not my ears

Other Thoughts: I haven't even had this monitor one full day yet, so I can't much speak to the longevity of the display. I do however have a similar model, same size, same company, but three or four years old. That one still works great, so I see no reason not to expect the same of this, like I do from every Asus product I buy.

IOGEAR GKM561R Black 2.4GHz Wireless HTPC Multimedia Keyboard with Laser Trackball and Scroll Wheel
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  • neweggOwned For: 1 month to 1 year

Pros: range, ergonomics, functionality, battery life, on/off switch, I prefer the trackball to a touch pad, DPI adjustment for the trackball is handy,

Cons: on/off switch is on the bottom in a less than easy to reach place, trackball is a bit loose which can cause jumpy mouse motion (I just keep a little bit of pressure on it with my thumb and it's stable), previous similar models from the same company had a USB port and came with rechargeable batteries which would have been nice (but I'm still on the original batteries so that's probably not a big deal), no number pad, sometimes when I set it down too roughly the batteries come out (helps keep me from being too rough with it)

Other Thoughts: I bought this after my roommate's drunk friends broke my previous wireless keyboard and mouse, using it with a media center PC. The range was astoundingly better than my previous keyboard, quality seems fine, I haven't noticed any problems with dust in the track ball as some other reviews but it's only been 2~3 months.


Brian l.'s Profile

Display Name: Brian l.

Date Joined: 04/25/07

  • Reviews: 10
  • Helpfulness: 3
  • First Review: 01/15/09
  • Last Review: 12/12/12
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