Date Joined: 11/12/08
Pros: Purchased a SSD to replace a HHD and this worked perfectly in my Dell XPS. SSD is really quick and well worth the upgrade.
Overall Review: worked great
Pros: Replaced my prior one. Works well for me on a wet shave.
Cons: Those blue plastic clips to hold on the cutters are hard to set.
Overall Review: Hope New Egg runs it on sale next year.
Pros: works, no issues
Overall Review: Works and price was right. Thanks Newegg
Pros: Cable fits well on both ends and works.
Cheap. Did the job.
Overall Review: works great and price is right. Thanks Newegg
Pros: looks to be well built. works
Overall Review: show shipping - finally came yesterday
Pros: Nice size and case to transport.
Cons: Jumped started a dead battery on a 2.5L gas VW Jetta - headlights left on. Would not work by hooking it up per manual or no green light, just red -- in order to start the car I had to press the "little button" next to the light on the "plug in" to keep it green. The instructions do not recommend doing this. The other (different brand) Portable Car Jumper I have does not have this step and it works every time on my 3.5L by just hooking it up.
Overall Review: I almost gave up until I read the manual to figure it out. At least it started the car using the second method.
Pros: Great sale price of $16 for a Gigabyte Ethernet also with 3 USB 3.0 Ports. Updated my Toshiba Laptop Windows 10 Home, Intel B970 2.3 Ghz two core, 12 Gig Ram, which had a 10/100 LAN. The unit had Windows 10 on the box and the instructions were easy to follow. Solid built unit. My only problem was loading the Realtek USB GbE Family Controller (10/100/1000 LAN) software as the CD went to there Web Site. I got into some ZIP File issues, but after a couple of tries it installed. Under the Task Manager it placed a USB Ethernet Connection and listed the driver as the Realtek USB GbE as well as under the Device Manager, Network Adapter. The USB 3 ports worked fine which was a added bonus. I have Xfinity/Comcast service that the Internet speed was raised in January 2018 to 250 Mbps for my area. The speed test was all over the place from 68 – 108-116-140-180 Download on several sites and a steady 11-12 Upload. I used CAT 6 Cable to the Xfinity Modem, which also has my Dell XPS desktop attached. Over all the Internet is faster and I am satisfied (before I was at 50 to 90 Mbps). Thanks New Egg.
Overall Review: Great Price and works fine on Windows 10
Pros: shipping by 3C Expert was FAST. This is the fastest I have ever had an order delevered from New Egg.
Overall Review: Ultra miro card works great - using for movies storage on a tablet.
Pros: Purchased the XFX Radeon R7 360 video card to upgrade my 2013 Dell XPS 8700 ( i7 Intel 12 GB) for future 4K monitor. I do not game. Install was easy and I had already upgraded last year from the 480 Watt PSU to a Thermaltake 750 Watt PSU from New Egg. Price of $60 after rebate was good. Been using the computer the last 4 days with no problems. Runs quite just like the old card did.
Cons: None for my use ( I do not game).
Check your computer's PSU watts, this card takes a higher wattage PSU.
Overall Review: Anyone who wants to upgrade should look at this card for the price. It is a dual slot card with one fan. The other R7 cards have two fans. Also, I found out the new Dell XPS redesigned case has a small space and can only take a 500 Watt PSU. The more expensive Dell XPS SE can handle a larger PSU. Check with Dell Chat like I did. My old style case took the longer 750 Watt PSU..
Pros: arrived on time - worked great - easy to adjust- great price
Pros: Dell XPS 8700 i7 Intel, 12 RAM, AMD Radeon HD 7570. This is the third day and 750 Watt PSU is quiet, better than the OEM. This PSU is about 1 inch longer (width the same) than the OEM PSU, making it a little hard to fit in as the power cord to the top mounted USB ports was in the way, but it worked. The SATA cable is more like a ribbon with the SATA connectors built into the ribbon. This was OK for the two DVD drives, but the SSD was up against the side of the case. When the SATA connector was plugged in, the cable had to be twisted hard to put the rest of the cable into the case and it rubs against the side of the case. I did not want to use the second SATA ribbon (the end SATA plug is flat, so not have to twist) so I ordered a SATA 8 inch extension cable which will make the fit flush like the old PSU did. The old OEM PSU was easier to hook up the connections as the connections could be turned at any angle to push on -- the ribbon type cable has limitations. The sale price was great. The very same unit was more money at a big chain retailer locally – thanks NewEgg. The rebate is a long process however – one goes to a Web site puts in the information, receives a confirmation email, and then you have to mail in the UPC , invoice and signed form to have the rebate mailed. For the $60 after rebate sale price, plus Gold rated instead of Bronze, it was a great deal.
Cons: After 300 plus burns the original TSSPcorp/Samsung DVD SH-216CB in my Dell 8700, i7, 12 GB Ram, Windows 8.1, was having write errors. I figured the Samsung SH-224FB would be a good replacement with no problems. Boy was I wrong. On burning movies it would only write 1:1, the burning engine the old one used would not work with the new 224FB and I had to readjust the software to a different burning engine, which worked – I think. Now it freezes up 70% of the way into writing on every other disk. Then to top it off I cannot get the disk out of the drive unless I hard boot. I even checked and reflashed the firmware to be sure. Same MS PNP driver at the old drive. Put a new Roswell SATA III cable on. Using same media I have always used for years. To make matters worse I paid top price just to see it go on sale the next day. The Asus DRW 24B3ST I put in later worked like a dream – not one adjustment needed or problem burning movies now.
Overall Review: Stay away from this Samsung.
Pros: unknown, have not tried it (Version 14) out yet. Loaded on Windows 7 OK.
Cons: No upgrade to Version 15. Nothing on support site and the web site given on the box is not valid. Would not purchase this product or any other from the Pinnacle brand. There three step Support is a joke.
Overall Review: save your money. first time I have got took at New Egg.
Pros: Great Buy on this HP 23 inch monitor. Photos and movies in VGA or DVI are great. Free Shipping
Cons: none, set it up right out of the box with no adjustment
Overall Review: Spare HP computer and replaced an old Sony CRT monitor with this 23 inch HP LV2311 for $115 a week ago. This was a great deal and New Egg did it again. Set it up out of the box and with no adjustments; big screen; light weight; 23 inch full 1920 X 1080. Photos and movies are great with VGA and DVI both. I had to purchase the DVI cable, but the VGA cable was also good color when watching Olympus Has Fallen. If you’re looking for a 23 inch monitor at a great price and can go without the extras, this is it and the monitor has a 3 year warranty. I have no problem with the stand; I did use a dryer sheet when pushing the stand onto the monitor neck to shim the joint up. My research indicated this monitor is on the downhill side of the price curve from 2012 for over $250 and one may find it for $99 after a $25 rebate elsewhere now, but then shipping cost, return and warranty are issues. That’s another reason I like New Egg and maybe this will be a Black Friday deal in the near future…. The current price of $119 is a steal and it’s a 23 inch monitor. Did not have to use the supplied CD, Windows Update found it right away. Using a HP 4GB, 32 bit, Core 2 Quad Q6600, Windows 7 with a $37 cheap Asus 5450 Silent 512MB video card.