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Helpful votes received on reviews: 86% (6 of 7)
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Top Reviewer Ranking: 29,414 - Total Helpful Votes: 6 of 7
Urparcel Metal Spudger Opening Repair Parts Prying&hellip by Urparcel
Two pictures aren't worth two thousand words. Only ONE spudger tool comes in the package, though it shows two the pictures. I gave two stars because the written description does state only ONE tool is included (sorta),pkg contains- 1pcx metal pry tools), however the picture is cropped to make it look like two different tools and it shows two tools being used to open the electronics. The title indicates tools. (plural for tool)
The tool edge is quite thick there needs to be a large enough gap between seams to insert the spudger tool.
I waited nearly seven weeks for delivery of this one tool, which I need to disassemble a dslr camera. Now I need to resource the TOOLS. I am not… Read more
Fosmon CADDY Series Leather Folio Wallet Case Pouc&hellip by Fosmon Technology
The photo ID slot wasn't quite large enough to allow the ID to fit. Forcing the ID into the small pocket caused the material to split near the tiny rivets. Don't expect much for the cheap price. The other option is to purchase the Samsung case for 6 times the cost.
Blue Microphones Yeti USB Microphone - Silver Edit&hellip by Blue Microphones
5 of 6 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Yeti - highs and lows,, Sept. 3 2010
I bought this mic, when it was on sale. Good price, it worked very well and sounded good. I was quite excited to use it on skype calls. Then, the computer went to sleep and the microphone wouldn't wake up, even when it was unplugged and replugged. If I wanted to use the Yeti, the computer had to be rebooted. I searched the internet for solutions. How to keep a USB port awake, not sure how much power it draws but my computer doesn't like it. So it sits on my desk, unplugged, most of the time.

As for the issue of taking over the audio inputs and outputs, yes sorta. I went in the control panel -> clicked on -> sound icon, on the play back tab, reselected my speakers (x-fi)output ->… Read more

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