Date Joined: 10/21/07
Pros: Nice Screen, etc
Cons: no 5G
Overall Review: Good phone
Pros: It's a PS5
Cons: Came with 4 items I didn't need.
Overall Review: Sold the games and extra controller.
Pros: Great performance
Cons: name brand
Overall Review: Hit all expectations.
Cons: doesn't work as intended.
Overall Review: not recommended
Cons: ? not as heavy as I like? weight not adjustable.
Overall Review: For the price I paid I doubt I could find another mouse that works this well for me. I use with a K70 and corsair lapdog in the living room on the big screen. My main mouse on the desktop is a Corsair M65 which I like better but is aging.
Pros: Works, fun to use.
Cons: Brake is a little stiff and if you are like me and don't like the feel you will remove the little piece of rubber in the brake pedal assembly. Pedal unit had a tendency to slide around so I ended up buying a sim racing rig to fully use the unit. Wheel spins when booting up, may want to disconnect the usb when not in use.
Overall Review: I use this with both my triple monitor setup and my VR headset. I would not play racing games/sims without a wheel...this fits the bill and is really enjoyable to use. Logitech software is required for unit to work.
Pros: Works for every game I have tried it with including Occulus exclusives like Vader Immortal (with Revive). Display is clear, controllers track well. Fun and immersive and the unit is comfortable to wear.
Overall Review: Recommended and would buy again.
Pros: works. No real audible key click -- could also be a con!
Cons: Red switches. Much less tactile and satisfying than MX blues.
Overall Review: I would recommend buying a K70 with the MX blue switches over the reds -- I own both and find the blue switches to be much more satisfying -- especially if you are doing a lot of typing.
Pros: fits, protects, looks good.
Overall Review: Great for the price
Pros: works as intended and matches my couches.
Overall Review: surprised how nice it is for the price.
Pros: Look good, easy to assemble, comfortable.
Overall Review: recommended if you need some bar stools -- price is hard to beat.
Pros: Large, nice led lights, aesthetically appealing, even heat.
Overall Review: Recommended.
Pros: Powerful stream to wash your rear.
Cons: Does not fit our toilet that well
Overall Review: I really don't need the water heated.
Pros: Pretty. Fast. Stable.
Cons: XMP with my Asus motherboard and Ryzen 7 2700x doesn't post. Have to run at 3000.
Overall Review: Would pick a compatible RAM next time.
Pros: Fast. Responsive.
Cons: Not sure.
Overall Review: Didn't notice much of an upgrade over my fx-8350 at 4.6 GHz.
Pros: Decent Bios. Stable. Easy to build with.
Cons: No onboard power switch. No bios reset button.
Overall Review: Wish I had gone with MSI again.
Pros: 3d not bad. good software. nice size.
Cons: not 1080p. requires 2 dvi inputs.
Overall Review: Don't think it supported 3d bluray.
Pros: Great RMA and support. Pretty fast...
Cons: OS/file system can thrash drive if not configured right...
Overall Review: First forray into SSD. Make sure you maintain it right and use proper settings etc. Watch number of writes etc.
Cons: No OC potential. TLB bug.
Overall Review: Spider platform was great marketing but didn't run Crysis well...
Pros: 2TB drive. Thin.
Overall Review: Would purchase again. Could be 1000 RPM or hybrid...
Pros: Quiet. Powerful. Relatively inexpensive. Radeon Software has some cool features.
Cons: No Dual Link DVI-D.
Overall Review: Radeon software has changed a lot...Nvidia software is good also.
Cons: non functional.
Overall Review: Unsure what to think. Now using an HDMI to DVI-D cable that allows a resolution of 1280x800 my monitor's native resolution is 2560x1600.
Pros: Quick Booting. 500GB Capacity. Fits in my laptop.
Overall Review: Recommended for the value.
Pros: It's a laptop so its portable. It was cheap. I like the color and design. Have been able to run Windows 7, 8, 8.1, and 10 and various Linux flavours. Usb 3.0. HDMI out. Good Display. Nice web cam. Decent amount of RAM and Storage. 4 hour battery life. Not heavy. Doesn't overheat.
Cons: Non-upgradeable--poor even for a laptop. Not a desktop...so not really a performance beast or game machine. Touch pad is touchy sometimes, like most laptops. Ethernet cables are difficult to remove once plugged in due to the design. Really, it would be great if I could put more RAM and an SSD in this.
Overall Review: Maybe I will call ASUS about RAM and SSD options for this laptop. 1080p via HDMI 720p via built in display, could be a pro or a con. Not too familiar with Laptops or Notebooks or Tablets or Smartphones and what not.
Pros: Lots of expandability. UEFI bios. Came with 8GB memory. Good for overclocking. Rock solid stable.
Overall Review: Using 32GB of RAM and a FX-8350 @4.7GHZ. Just sidegraded from dual 6950's to a 770 GTX with plans to add another next month.