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Top Reviewer Ranking: 9,844 - Total Helpful Votes: 536 of 695
Portable Rechargeable Bluetooth Speaker , Wireless&hellip by Betron
2 of 3 people found the following review helpful
N.B If you are just using this for Bluetooth then add a star or two - all of the major faults are to do with other aspects. Specifically, if you are hoping to use it as a wired speaker and /or with amplified headphone out then read on.
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This is a good value, compact little sound cube (2 inches square and just under 2.5 inches high) to hook up to your Bluetooth devices. The sound is good, although the bass isn't quite as chunky as some other portable speakers in the same price range. As a bonus it plays from micro SD card and has built in FM radio. It also has an amplified, volume-controlled headphone socket, which is unusual at this price point (and is why I bought it)… Read more
Adventures in Raspberry Pi by Carrie Anne Philbin
Adventures in Raspberry Pi by Carrie Anne Philbin
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
There are a lot of Raspberry Pi books out there but if you are just getting started then this is the one you should buy. And even if you aren't a beginner there's lots to be learned from these pages.

There's a clear progression, the projects are interesting and fun and the book is well structured and clearly laid out. A brilliant companion to the Pi.
Corsair Builder Series CXM 500W Modular 80 PLUS Br&hellip by Corsair
5 of 6 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars Good PSU with flaws, 27 Dec 2013
NOTE: This PSU comes with four leads, not eight as show in the picture. See point 3) below for more details.

Overall this is a decent PSU: it's quiet (unnoticeable over CPU and case fans), stable, modular and it has a 3 year warranty. But there are a couple of design and manufacturing issues that prevent it being a 5 star product:

1) The main power connector to the motherboard was too tight on my Gigabyte board. The clip wouldn't engage and it kept popping out. Twenty minutes later I had to resort to silicone grease and brute force. I've been building PCs for over 20 years and this is the first time I've seen this. Corsair may need to check their QA as the board was… Read more