Summary: While I have enjoyed the use of my PCS phone. Too often more calls are dropped. It is really frustrating that I can't read half of my buttons any more because the print wore off. After about 6 months my battery started performing very poorly. It now doesn't hold a charge to save it's life.
Pros: Size, ease of use
Cons: Buttons are rubbing off, batteries need to be replaced to often due to short life
Summary: My first microwave overheated after five years, I called up the company and they verified I had completed the no charge warranty when I puurchased this reconditioned microwave and sent me a new one w/o any hassle. all I had to pay were the shipping charges and the second will has been going strong (we use it a lot!)and still looks brand new after more than five years.
Summary: This is a fantastic TV! It is a widescreen HDTV monitor. It upconverts regular broadcast signals to DTV resolution. You must add an HDTV tuner or satellite dish for HDTV. The picture is beautiful. ANd, the price is right. I will be buying another one of these for another room in my new house.
Summary: Overall, quality of Samsung unit has been acceptable. Had an issue with a "stuck" Dvd in the player. Was informed to unplug the unit for a couple of hours, allowing it to "reset". It worked, the dvd was released.
Pros: Price drop significant as with all electronics
Cons: Price drop significant as with all electronics
Summary: I purchased this Samsung DVD player to go with my DLP widescreen High Definition TV. I am very satisfied. The DVD's played on this look very good--not quite High definition, but definitely as close as one can expect to get until DVD's are actually made to provide high definition signals. I recommend this product highly.
Summary: When I was looking into buying a TV, i looked at a wide range of different models. I bought the Samsung becuse it was one of the cheapest, and I fully expected to at least regret it somewhat. But, to my surprise, it has performed flawlessly to date. You don't always get what you pay for, I suppose.
Summary: If I were to get another camera, I would put a wide zoom lens (28mm) over miscellaneous 'cool' features that I don't use anyway. The lens is the most important feature in terms of clarity and quality. I would look for what I want in the lens first and then look for features.
Pros: The clarity of the picture, as well as the options/features available
Cons: The small buttons, the inconvenient zoom buttons, and how it resets after you take a picture