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York Pushup Stands York Fitness
York Pushup Stands York Fitness
5.0 out of 5 stars Simple yet efficient, 1 Dec 2012
A simple lightweight pushup stand - nothing more, nothing less. I got it primarily to reduce wrist strain, and it does that perfectly, with the added bonus of being able to do deeper push-ups. Even though it's completely plastic, it's surprisingly sturdy and doesn't slip. There is a foam on the grip that I suspect will be the first one to go, especially if you wear a ring.
Intel i3-2100 SandybridgeCore i3 Dual-Core Process&hellip by Intel
9 of 10 people found the following review helpful
I wanted a no-frills low-to-midrange gaming friendly workhorse CPU so that more money could be put to the GPU, and this CPU is pretty much it (today's games are still more sensitive to clocks than number of cores). It's not the fastest nor cheapest, but it does give you the best performance/price ratio, as far as Intel processors go currently. The next serious step would be a Core i5, but that is significantly more expensive and can help only if you do video editing or heavy compiling, while going any cheaper would net you a much weaker CPU with minimal additional savings. The stock cooler is not much but as this CPU has a locked multiplier, it makes little difference. As a 1155 socket CPU… Read more
Creative GigaWorks T20 Series II (2.0) Multimedia &hellip by Creative Labs
0 of 1 people found the following review helpful
Despite getting long in the tooth, these still sound very good (and also look good, which is not a bad thing if you keep them on your desk). If you don't have space for (or simply don't want) a subwoofer, this is probably one of the things to go for. While 2x14W don't sound like much, those watts really are there and are more than enough to fill a room. That said, the tonality is less settable than it might appear at first (the bass/treble knobs have a very limited effect, so you will likely want to adjust that in software), and the included cables are rather flimsy given the price category.

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