Date Joined: 12/18/05
Pros: OEM - what else can I say
Cons: Awfully expensive
Pros: Inexpensive solution to powering a T3 without battery (for stationary shooting).
Cons: None that I can find so far.
Overall Review: I usually do not like knock offs of OEM gear and will absolute freak if this one destroys my $700 camera, but I have used it twice and so far, so good.
Cons: Bought to use as travel garment protection for mobile dj that works weekly. The most I would recommend this for is closet storage. Very thin material. I would hate to see what happens if it is left inside a vehicle overnight in the winter time.
Pros: great design for cards and access
Cons: stopped working after about a month. Computer keeps losing conenction with it - have to unplug and replug. awful!
Pros: Nice lightweight and durable paper for banners. Also great for back lighting for effects.
Cons: none that i can think of
Pros: Bright and clear pic. Great quality for price
Cons: Difficult to calibrate because the adjustments are all made through multiple level selections. If there were hard buttons or even an easier navigable menu, it would be a 5 star. Being that we use for picture editing though, this is a tough monitor.
Pros: Solid build. easy install.
Cons: The adjustments are a little tough. Big hands can't get in to loosen very easily. Also, the design on the mouse pad extension is a little goofy.
Pros: use this in a video editing tower with CS5 - got because of the compatibility. Video renders pretty well - still not as fast as I'd like to see. Great with games.
Cons: slow rendering HD vid.
Pros: Quiet - strong - running i7 with a crossfire pro video card. No problems.
Cons: none come 2 mind
Pros: Keeps the CPU cool - low noise.
Cons: Make sure you have enough clearance in your box!!!!
Pros: Running this in my video editing tower with Adobe CS 5. It eats through the work like nothing I have ever seen.
Pros: For the price, outstanding!
Cons: None come 2 mind.
Pros: quiet and powerful - running dual SLI, i5 processor and no quirks here.
Cons: None come to mind
Pros: Easily some of the best performing RAM I have ever purchased.
Cons: nun that I can think of
Pros: Nice full sound - resonates superbly on a surface. Nice long cord for placement away from the laptop.
Cons: Shape - although the shape probably places hugely into the resonance and sound, it becomes a lump in my backpack.
Overall Review: I bought this for my Toshiba laptop that has utterly disgustingly soft and horrible sound. Great little speaker for under 20.
Pros: Sleek design - compact.
Cons: Cheap plastic casing - stand attached by two pieces of strapping similar to clear tape, tinny sound with hardly any muscle and 8 inch cord doesn't allow placement except right next to computer.
Overall Review: I will be closely reading over the return options anymore here at Newegg. Return for replacement is often not suitable when you have something for a whole day and the item is a piece of garbage.
Pros: Cheap. Easy to install.
Cons: Cheap! Left channel not working, midi sound defunct. Support from Sabrent "non existent" - you can email them through their website, but don't hold your breath. If you have to buy this card, buy from newegg. I bought from the other guys at "orange & black striped jungle animal" Direct and after 30 days, they tell you to go take a hike. Even after the company whose equipment they sell craps out.
Overall Review: There is another review on here from someone who knows a little more than I and I am going to try to use his advice before throwing this in the trash. Right now, I wouldn't even sell on an auction website to my worst enemy.