and now for something completely different2/1/2018 7:45:58 AM

Pros: - It works! - USB-C to 4x USB-A

Cons: - Very short cable, about 6 inches (it's about the same length as the device). - No mounting options.

Overall Review: This is meant to be for an "Apple" computer that doesn't have the standard USB-A connectors. Unfortunately this is the case with pretty much every USB-C to USB-A hub out there right now. I bought this for my desktop gaming PC because my motherboard only came with 6 USB slots and I found myself in need of a couple of extra. My motherboard has a USB-C slot on it that I currently don't have a use for so I figured I could use that slot for a hub rather than using one of the USB-A slots. The other thing is that my USB-C 3.1 is a Gen2 and every hub I found on newegg was Gen1 (I am thinking because of Apple). I plan on using mainly accessories (wireless headset, USB microphone, webcam) and stuff that would probably never use too much power or data stream. So using a hub like this works in my situation. At least until I decide to upgrade my motherboard (probably Cannon Lake or Ice Lake). I plan on mounting this on my case, either with magnets or 3M double sided tape. The shortness of the cable is a blessing and curse in this case because I am limited to where I can mount it but at the same time I don't have another long cable I need to manage.

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Ownership: more than 1 year
Decent12/24/2017 12:39:09 PM

Pros: - 65" - Smart - Relatively inexpensive

Cons: - The "Smart" function is kind of slow. I imagine that is because the CPU/RAM they installed for the Android OS is just not cut for the job. It lags, takes a few seconds to open any programs or to use the programming guide. - My wife and I used this smart function for about a month until we went back to our regular STB remote and our Apple TV for Netflix/Hulu.

Overall Review: - We have had this TV for 3 years and I can say it is pretty decent. Especially if you are looking for a 1080p experience in 65". - In 2017 though it seems that 4k is what is becoming the "new standard", probably/mostly because manufacturers are producing more 4k panels than 1080p. You can easily get a brand name 4k TV in the 55"-65" range for about the same price as this TV. I expected this and will probably upgrade in the next year or so or more likely when 4k content starts to become more main stream (instead of almost exclusively on streaming services like youtube and netflix). It's getting there but will probably take a year or so for most services (like Comcast/Verizon) to catch up. So for a TV that I planned on having for about 4-5 years it is turning out to be pretty nice.

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Decent12/24/2017 11:35:47 AM

Pros: - 4TB - 7200RPM - 128mb cache

Cons: - Noisy compared to other brands/types.

Overall Review: - I recently built a new Family/Gaming/Workstation PC. I wanted to have plenty of space and decided to go with 3x 3TB or 4TB in a RAID 5, depending on the sales this year (Dec 2017). I grabbed 3 of these drives at a very very reasonable price. - I wasn't too concerned with the "Desktop NAS" label of these as although they are going to be in a mid-tower ATX case they are going to act in RAID 5 and more or less very similar (or better) circumstances than a standard NAS configuration. - After setting up the RAID 5 array I noticed after the verifying the volume that during the verify through RST that these drives were kind of noisy, at least compared to a 4x WD 1TB Black Drivers in RAID 0 that I had worked with prior. It made me a little concerned that one of the drives might be DOA. So I let the verify complete and then ran tests on the drive and also copied over about 1.5TB that I had on the old PC (I used PC Mover Pro over Ethernet, which actually worked a lot better than I thought it would). Overall the drives seem to be fine. But again are a little noisy then actively reading/writing data, otherwise are quiet. - Build: - MSI Z270 Pro Carbon Gaming - Intel i7-7700K - Corsair Hydro Series H115i - G.SKILL Ripjaws V Series 32GB (16gb x2) @ 3200mhz - ZOTAC GeForce GTX 1080 Ti AMP Extreme Core 11GB GDDR5X 352-bit - Samsung 960 EVO M.2 500GB NVMe (OS Drive, Win 10 x64) - HGST DeskStar 0S04005 4TB 7200RPM 128mb x3 in RAID 5 (primary data drive) - SAMSUNG 850 EVO 2.5" 500GB SATA III 3D NAND (High I/O games drive) - WD Black Series WD1003FZEX 1TB 7200 RPM 64MB x2 in RAID 0 (Low I/O games drive) - LG 34UC79G-B 34" Ultrawide 2560 x 1080 @ 144hz - LG 27MU58P-B Black 27" 3840 x 2160 @ 60hz

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Ownership: 1 week to 1 month
It works12/24/2017 10:53:42 AM

Pros: - It works.

Cons: - None that I can see so far.

Overall Review: - I wanted to use BitLocker to encrypt my data drives (Raid 5 and a USB for backup). - If you don't have a TPM chip the encrypted drives will still encrypt but you will need to unlock them upon every reboot/logon. - By installing one of these chips it stores the encryption data on it to auto-unlock the drives because it is trust bonded to the motherboard. - When it comes to building custom PC's I can't imagine not wanting to add one of these TPM chips in as you can encrypt and secure your data. It's more important for laptops, but even still having a USB backup drive encrypted is also important. - Build: - MSI Z270 Pro Carbon Gaming - Intel i7-7700K - Corsair Hydro Series H115i - G.SKILL Ripjaws V Series 32GB (16gb x2) @ 3200mhz - ZOTAC GeForce GTX 1080 Ti AMP Extreme Core 11GB GDDR5X 352-bit - Samsung 960 EVO M.2 500GB NVMe (OS Drive, Win 10 x64) - HGST DeskStar 0S04005 4TB 7200RPM 128mb x3 in RAID 5 (primary data drive) - SAMSUNG 850 EVO 2.5" 500GB SATA III 3D NAND (High I/O games drive) - WD Black Series WD1003FZEX 1TB 7200 RPM 64MB x2 in RAID 0 (Low I/O games drive) - LG 34UC79G-B 34" Ultrawide 2560 x 1080 @ 144hz - LG 27MU58P-B Black 27" 3840 x 2160 @ 60hz

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Great!12/18/2017 2:35:14 PM

Pros: - Wireless - Mic is one of the best for a wireless headset

Cons: - Broke after 2 years

Overall Review: - It's a good headset. - I have a larger head and this fit mostly comfortable but sometimes also feel small. - So I have a 7 year old. One day this child o' mine decided to play the Sims 4 on dad's computer. All was fine but Mom was annoyed that the Sims 4 sound was too loud and so let the child use the headphones. Well what happened next was that she took them off and snapped the plastic support on the side (the part that flex's so as to make fit on your head smaller/larger).. At first it wasn't too bad but the initially damage made the plastic brittle and come apart all together. Making it impractical to wear the headphones properly. It's not the MFG's fault, but it shows me that the one of the stress points of the headphones will break eventually. Is this worth it, yes. But there are other styles out there too. - Overall I did replace these but with a different brand/type. I found one that fit better over my ears and was overall higher quality. Nothing against this product, I would definately buy again.

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CHEAP12/18/2017 2:26:03 PM

Pros: - Cheap - 32GB

Cons: - Cheap - Refurbished

Overall Review: - It's not bad, just understand you are getting a 32GB MLC drive here and not a Samsung EVO 850. - I used this as a boot drive in a NAS device. Something that would come up quick after a reboot so I didn't need a lot of space, just enough for FreeNAS. I didn't want to boot off a USB and since the r/w is probably better than a USB anyways I figure this would be a simple inexpensive solution. Last about a year in that config. - Then it acted as a boot drive for a wireless security camera system I was playing around with. Basically this would boot to a barebones Windows 7 Pro, start the camera software and start recording to a RAID 5 array of regular 1TB HDD's. It was quick enough and the downtime from reboot was shorter than with a regular HDD. - For those purposes it worked well, I wasn't looking for reliability or crazy r/w speeds just something better than an HDD and this did the job for me.

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OK for the price12/18/2017 2:19:07 PM

Pros: - Ok sound quality - Ok battery life - Nice felt bag included

Cons: - Cheap - Cheap - Cheap

Overall Review: - If you want something and don't care too much about how it sounds. - Or you don't care if they are broken/stolen. - The small felt bag that came with it has served me far longer than the headsets as a bag to hold me 20+ USB stick collection.

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The Great Legend12/18/2017 2:16:14 PM

Pros: - One of the first 8 core processors out in the wild. - FAST - Stable at 4.2ghz OC'd

Cons: - Power hungry, especially if paired with ATI GPU. - HOT, liquid cooling is a must even at stock speeds.

Overall Review: - I built this into a machine that lasted me from August 2012 to Dec 2017. It's a good processor, but in 2017 it just can't cut it anymore.

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AWESOME12/18/2017 9:51:15 AM

Pros: - Amazing amount of configuration. - Honestly, I think this is better than the MSI M7 board. The big difference is the support RAM speeds, the M7 supports higher but since the proc is going to be a bottleneck for speeds higher than 3000mhz-3200mhz I don't see the point in getting higher than that in a z270 board unless you just happen to have the money laying around.

Cons: - Only 6x SATA III ports (8 would be nicer). - Limited in USB, I think 6 in total 2x USB 2 and 4x USB 3 and a USB 3.1-C.. - No wifi/bluetooth

Overall Review: - I previously used to build AMD/ATI machines but frankly I saw that Ryzen was underperforming and ATI doesn't really have anything that can directly compete with the 1080 Ti. So I jumped ship to team Blue/Green. I decided on a i7-7700k for 2 big reasons. 1, single threaded performance. 2, cost. With the higher core counts of the i7-8700K and -X chips I initially felt kind of silly thinking about a i7-7700K, but from a lot of the reviews I have read is that the newer chips seem to fall behind on single threaded process. This is important because when you are gaming, "most" if not all games are not going to benefit from more than 2 or 4 cores/threads. So if your processor has better single threaded performance than the 6+ core younger brothers you are likely to get better performance in most cases. The big difference is what else you are running (OBS for example). From the the system I built, I can run a game in 2560x1080 (21:9 Ultrawide) over 60 FPS (the screen is 144hz) and run OBS with a 2500+ bit rate at 1080p and maintain about 55-60fps streaming. The other reason is cost, to get in to a i7-8700K is about an additional $150-200 investment and for any of the -X chips is just more on top of that. I know people think that more cores is better, but to go from 4 to 6 and loose performance on a per-core basis seemed worse to me than buying a 1 year old proc. but unless you are running software specifically designed to take advantage of the higher core count you aren't going to benefit as much and pay a higher "buy in" tag. - TL;DR, for gaming the Z270 and i7-7700K is still very relevant and spending more money on 6 or more cores is a waste unless you have disposable income or software that takes full advantage of the higher core counts. Build: - MSI Z270 Pro Carbon Gaming - Intel i7-7700K - Corsair Hydro Series H115i - G.SKILL Ripjaws V Series 32GB (16gb x2) @ 3200mhz - ZOTAC GeForce GTX 1080 Ti AMP Extreme Core 11GB GDDR5X 352-bit - Samsung 960 EVO M.2 500GB NVMe (OS Drive, Win 10 x64) - HGST DeskStar 0S04005 4TB 7200RPM 128mb x3 in RAID 5 (primary data drive) - SAMSUNG 850 EVO 2.5" 500GB SATA III 3D NAND (High I/O games drive) - WD Black Series WD1003FZEX 1TB 7200 RPM 64MB x2 in RAID 0 (Low I/O games drive) - LG 34UC79G-B 34" Ultrawide 2560 x 1080 @ 144hz - Toshiba 32L2400U 32" 1920 x 1080 @ 60hz

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It's a good little router12/18/2017 9:21:03 AM

Pros: - Great Range. - Good UI. - USB 3.0 (for external HDD) and USB 2.0 (for most likely a printer). - 10/100/1000 - Configurable as a basic or advanced router, it has the settings for someone that needs something to work out of the box or a power user that wants to configure every little possible setting. - Antenna's are replaceable (If you put a bigger Antenna you WILL get better range).

Cons: - No mounting holes or bracket (I guess a bracket was included in older revisions but not the most current one).

Overall Review: - I replaced an old Apple 1st Gen Time Capsule with this router. The Time Capsule is probably one of the best routers that I have ever owned but it was aging, heavy and ran hot so I made a switch. - I also wanted something 5ghz, the Time Capsule did support 5ghz but it was either a early version of it or just didn't work very well. - I have a small 1 level cottage with about 1200 sqft to cover inside and a wrap around porch outside to cover. The router is placed in the far southeast corner of the house. This unit (RT-AC66U) has no issues reaching anywhere in the house and runs both 2.4ghz and 5ghz flawlessly. I will lose maybe 1 bar in opposite corner or in the basement. Outside works pretty much the same as I go further away. - Just to note, I have this sitting on a lateral file in the corner. My Desktop, a C70 mid-tower made of aluminum sits about 2 feet away directly in the line of sight of the router. I feel the reason I start to loose bars on the other side of the house is because of this. I would like to mount the router on the wall so that it can be above the tower, but I have to make a custom mounting solution.

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UltraWide Goodness12/18/2017 9:05:57 AM

Pros: - Ultrawide (21:9) format. - 2560x1080 (2K'ish). - 144hz

Cons: - None (so far).

Overall Review: - I recently built a new PC and decided to go with an ultrawide this time around. My reasoning is that on games some (mostly FPS but also RTS and the like) benefit from having the extra wide field of view. For example by having the 21:9 format you get a bit more peripheral vision on the sides of the monitors compared to a 16:9. This helps immensely in FPS type games because you are seeing more to your left and right. I wouldn't say it gives you a huge advantage, but I have experienced where I notice enemies sooner than I would otherwise. - The FreeSnyc/G-Sync issue. With my new build I went Team Blue/Green, although I used to be a Team Red supporter for many years I felt that the 1080 Ti was blowing anything AMD has to offer. Problem is that a G-Sync monitor will run about $200 more than a FreeSync. Not cool. I can tell that this monitor performs wonderfully with my 1080 Ti and that I can take advantage of the 144hz with no issues or tearing. This might be because the 1080 Ti runs most of the things I throw at it at a high enough FPS that I don't see any tearing but otherwise I am satisfied. - I really think that this is a beautiful monitor, also going with a curved display feels way more natural than most other displays I have owned in the past. In the future I plan on getting a 3820x1440 monitor for my next ultra wide or even a 5120x2160 if the price is right. Build: - MSI Z270 Pro Carbon Gaming - Intel i7-7700K - Corsair Hydro Series H115i - G.SKILL Ripjaws V Series 32GB (16gb x2) @ 3200mhz - ZOTAC GeForce GTX 1080 Ti AMP Extreme Core 11GB GDDR5X 352-bit - Samsung 960 EVO M.2 500GB NVMe (OS Drive, Win 10 x64) - HGST DeskStar 0S04005 4TB 7200RPM 128mb x3 in RAID 5 (primary data drive) - SAMSUNG 850 EVO 2.5" 500GB SATA III 3D NAND (High I/O games drive) - WD Black Series WD1003FZEX 1TB 7200 RPM 64MB x2 in RAID 0 (Low I/O games drive) - LG 34UC79G-B 34" Ultrawide 2560 x 1080 @ 144hz - Toshiba 32L2400U 32" 1920 x 1080 @ 60hz

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FAST12/18/2017 7:58:07 AM

Pros: - Super fast. - Amazingly fast. - So fast it will knock your socks off.

Cons: - More money than I'd like to spend, but worth it in the end.

Overall Review: - I recently built a new system and decided to go with the 500gb NVMe as my main OS drive. - The OS boots about the same speed as a regular SSD, maybe a second or two fast but it's not terribly noticeable (I also have 2x RAID array's in my setup so the POST process takes a couple seconds longer anyways). - In my setup I have this NVMe as my OS drive, a 850 2.5" as a High I/O game drive and 2x WD 1TB in RAID 0 as a Low I/O game drive. I put a few games on the NVMe drive but only the ones I play a lot while I prioritize everything else on the other 2 volumes. Even though this is a EVO drive, it loads games insanely fast. I had some games (Stellaris, HOI4, EFT) that were heavily modded and they load in seconds, literally seconds. I used to run them on a 4x WD 1TB Raid 0 (SSD like speeds but with HDD). And there is just no comparison to even the EVO NVMe. - Build: - MSI Z270 Pro Carbon Gaming - Intel i7-7700K - Corsair Hydro Series H115i - G.SKILL Ripjaws V Series 32GB (16gb x2) @ 3200mhz - ZOTAC GeForce GTX 1080 Ti AMP Extreme Core 11GB GDDR5X 352-bit - Samsung 960 EVO M.2 500GB NVMe (OS Drive, Win 10 x64) - HGST DeskStar 0S04005 4TB 7200RPM 128mb x3 in RAID 5 (primary data drive) - SAMSUNG 850 EVO 2.5" 500GB SATA III 3D NAND (High I/O games drive) - WD Black Series WD1003FZEX 1TB 7200 RPM 64MB x2 in RAID 0 (Low I/O games drive) - LG 34UC79G-B 34" Ultrawide 2560 x 1080 @ 144hz - Toshiba 32L2400U 32" 1920 x 1080 @ 60hz

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AMAZING CASE12/11/2017 8:51:17 AM

Pros: - Excellent Airflow and cooling. - Highly customizable for a mid-tower. - Military Green. - Carrying handles on the top. - Thick rubber padding on the feet, you can feel that they won't fall off. The case also sits a few inches off the ground of the feet, it still feels solid. - Decent ability to hide the cables on the rear backplane for a mid-case. - This case really feels like a full sized tower, I would recommend this case to any gamer that wants the aesthetic look of the military green (I see this case as an opportunity for anyone that wants to make a "Fallout" type of case as a starting point) or even if they want a case they can carry this to LAN parties.

Cons: - No slot for SSD on the back plane. Although there are holes that a screw (pretty sure it the screw mounts for other mobo form factors) will fit and "mount" an SSD but it's not what it is designed for but "works". - The box has two 3.5" drive bays, which can be removed if needed, that hold up to 6x 3.5" drives (3 for each). I am currently using 5 bays and because the bays brackets for the drives are a bit flimsy I was getting this annoying whining sound (I thought a drive went bad) after a couple days of figuring it out I took out the plastic bracket and the whining went away (the 5 other HDD's were causing enough vibration to cause it to rattle at a high frequency).

Overall Review: - I bought this initially a few years ago at a retail store to replace another brand's case I had. I never really spent more than $60 on computer cases in the past and this was the first case that was over that. The amount of air that can be pushed/pulled through this case is amazing. I also used liquid AIO cooling and the results are just amazing. - I recently built a new gaming PC to replace my AMD FX-8150 and decided to go with this case again. - My build: Build: - MSI Z270 Pro Carbon Gaming - Intel i7-7700K - Corsair Hydro Series H115i - G.SKILL Ripjaws V Series 32GB (16gb x2) @ 3200mhz - ZOTAC GeForce GTX 1080 Ti AMP Extreme Core 11GB GDDR5X 352-bit - SAMSUNG 960 EVO M.2 500GB NVMe (OS Drive, Win 10 x64) - HGST DeskStar 0S04005 4TB 7200RPM 128mb x3 in RAID 5 (primary data drive) - SAMSUNG 850 EVO 2.5" 500GB SATA III 3D NAND (High I/O games drive) - WD Black Series WD1003FZEX 1TB 7200 RPM 64MB x2 in RAID 0 (Low I/O games drive) - LG 34UC79G-B 34" Ultrawide 2560 x 1080 @ 144hz - Toshiba 32L2400U 32" 1920 x 1080 @ 60hz

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Decent12/8/2017 12:11:32 PM

Pros: - Lots of buttons and customization. - LED (if you are into that). - The weight can be adjusted.

Cons: - Price, I picked this up for less than MSRP. At MSRP it's a tad expensive for what it does.

Overall Review: - I went to a Retail Store and tried this mouse out compared to the other brands and settled on this one. - It fits larger hands fairly well and being able to adjust the weight helps a lot. - The included app can be a bit overwhelming with the amount of customization that can be done. But this is also a perk as the mouse is highly customizable.

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nice12/8/2017 12:06:32 PM

Pros: - Decent gaming mouse. - Has some of the features of the "high end" mice out there. - Overall good feel and comfortable.

Cons: - Mouse has rubber grips on the left and right, the problem is that after about a year of use the adhesive used the keep the grips in place looses its stick and cause the grips to move around until they eventually fall off. If this was a more expensive mouse I'd knock another egg off but for the price it's manageable.

Overall Review: I have gone through a bunch of Mice before I go this mouse. This replaced a MX500 BT gaming mouse I had that I loved. I had issues with the BT working "great" so I decided to go back to a USB connection. This is by far one of the best Mice I have used for the price.

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Ownership: more than 1 year
Does the job well11/30/2017 11:33:39 AM

Pros: - They work. - About 30 foot range (I work in a concrete building, I can still go down the hall and hear the audio). - Reasonably priced.

Cons: - If you use them with a phone the mic can be a little quiet and sound is a little weird.

Overall Review: - I use these primarily at my desk to listen to music and they function great. - Make sure you computer has a USB port accessible, the included cable is somewhat short (I use a dedicated charger that I have for other electronics). - You might get 1.5-2 days after a full charge, I usually plug them in when I leave my office for the day so I don't worry too much. I've owned them for more than a year now and the battery is a little less than it was new, although this is to be expected.

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Nice7/20/2016 8:11:35 AM

Pros: - Over ear. - Nice quality. - Nice fit.

Cons: - The part where the headphones connect to the top of the house is built on a joint so that the headphones fit firm over your ears but also have a little room for movement. Unfortunately it is held together by cheap plastic and will wear out. I use my headphones at my desk and use them at least once every day to listen to music but the plastic house broke and the right headphone no longer fits securely. They lasted over a year when this happened, so for a $35~ pair of headphones isn't bad but still.

Overall Review: - Pretty average otherwise.

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Ownership: 1 month to 1 year
Great Desk Fan5/5/2016 11:24:11 AM

Pros: - It's quiet compared to another fan I had.

Cons: - For a desk fan it is a little loud, I have to shut it off if I am talking to people in the next cube to hear clearly.

Overall Review: - Would buy another if I needed it.

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Ownership: 1 month to 1 year
Nice!5/5/2016 11:22:19 AM

Pros: - It feels and looks really nice. - Feels like a more expensive EOTech, but without the price tag of a EOTech.

Cons: - Battery could last longer

Overall Review: - I haven't had the time to head down to the range and sight it correctly but otherwise I like the 3 target reticle types and dual red/green color. - You can also switch it off easily. - I have this on an AK rifle, I fit it right about the Iron sights and it looks good and fit nicely.

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Love this bag!!!5/5/2016 11:16:50 AM

Pros: - Quality leather! - Lots of pockets! - Fits most/all computer types (I have a 15" MacBook Pro). - The straps and leather are solid, I have had several bags and all have usually ripped or torn. This one will not.

Cons: - Rather expensive for a bag, but it is high quality and worth it.

Overall Review: - If you like leather, buy it. - If it is on sale, buy it. - If you want to look cool and professional, buy it.

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Easy to set up5/5/2016 11:14:12 AM

Pros: - It works. - Audio is good quality. - Wireless, once my phone picks up the bluetooth it connects instantly and allows for music to stream very well.

Cons: - I have an iPhone 6+ and it only streams music/video, the audio cuts out during a phone call.

Overall Review: - IF this product could allow phone calls to work it would be 5 eggs, but sadly it does not. - Also the product page specifically does not state that it won't work with phone calls. - For iOS it seems that the iPhone detects this device as a "AirPlay" device, this is why when you receive a phone call the audio cuts out. - I was looking for a device that does exactly what this does but also allows phone calls since I use the mic on the phone but want the audio to go through the speakers in the car without having to rely on a cable going to AUX because my car doesn't have built in bluetooth.

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Great Mount8/19/2015 1:34:01 PM

Pros: Works as intended. Strong suction! This is by far a great product. The suction is great and has this sticky adhesive on it that makes it feel super secure.

Cons: None

Overall Review: A few years ago I bought a car mount from Best Buy, it was a rocket fish brand I think. I'm pretty sure it was just a private labelling as I have seen the same version in different packaging. It was terrible, expensive and I was turned off by the car mounts. I tried this one after a few good reviews and it works great. Also I have an iPhone 6+ and it fits, it's a little tight but works great otherwise.

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Works!8/19/2015 1:29:51 PM

Pros: It Works!

Cons: None.

Overall Review: It's a 6TB external USB 3.0 hard drive. Plug it in and configure it how you want.

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Ownership: more than 1 year
Makes Sense!7/24/2015 8:10:59 AM

Pros: It Makes Sense! - If you buy from Newegg at least once every month or two, you will save on shipping alone. I have nothing against the "egg-saver shipping" but getting 3-day shipping added on is a huge plus for me. - The added rush order is nice too. -

Cons: Mobile Support? - I made an order from my Android phone from within a Best Buy (lol). - For some reason it was charging me shipping, I ordered the product (I think it was a printer) and put in a call to there help desk. I was refunded the shipping costs with little to no trouble.

Overall Review: It's Good - For $49.99 a year, anyone that buys something from Newegg at least once or so a month will make back there money in shipping costs. - As a note, I live on the North East Coast and when products ship from NJ I usually get things in 2 days, or the 3rd day at the latest. Anything from the CA warehouse shows up on the 3rd day. If it is somewhere in between it could go either way. It's always UPS when shipped with 3-day shipping.

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AWESOM!7/24/2015 8:01:57 AM

Pros: AWESOME! - Self contained (no mess). - It works. - I would have to say the best cooling solution for any gaming case.

Cons: NONE!

Overall Review: I used to have constant overheating issues, I used air cooling but once I added a R290 to my rig the temps just got to high. I added this into my machine, and my issues basically went away. Build: - ASUS Crosshair V Formula - AMD FX-8150 Zambezi 8-Core 3.6GHz (overclocked to 4.2Ghz); cooled with a CORSAIR Hydro Series H110 - G.SKILL Sniper Series 16GB (4gb x4) @ 2133 - XFX R9-290A-EDFD Radeon 4GB 512-Bit x2 in Crossfire (16x x2) - ASUS DRW-24B1ST/BLK/B/AS Black SATA 24X DVD Burner - WD BLACK SERIES WD1003FZEX 1TB 7200 RPM 64MB x4 in RAID 0 (Read: 700mb Write: 650); for storage and games. - SAMSUNG 840 EVO MZ-7TE250BW 2.5" 250GB (OS Drive, Win 8.1)

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