After my last exam in my undergraduate degree, I decided it would be a good idea to celebrate. Along with another friend who had finished her last exam, and some other friends, we went to a small bubble tea cafe. As we were all hungry, we decided to order some wings in addition to bubble tea. When I saw the price however, I almost had second thoughts about ordering them. With an average price of about 62 cents per wing Canadian, or about five cents US nowadays, I was a bit confused at why they would charge so much for so little. To give some background, the last time I went for wings, we ended up ordering one hundred wings split among eight people. They were practically two-bite wings, and were only 35 cents each. Thus to think such these same wings would be charged at a little less than two times the cost, I was rather surprised. We ended up ordering 32 wings among the four of us, thinking we could order more if we wanted. It was not until we received our order was I glad we stuck to the amount we ordered. While I was expecting bite-size wings, we received plates of relatively massive wings. Thankfully I had some hungry
hippos friends, so finishing it was not too bad. As for myself, I learned a commonly taught lesson, and that is to not judge a book by its cover. While we may have preconceived expectations of certain things, sometimes it takes actually seeing, or eating in this case, before making any such judgement. When we received today's review unit of the CRYORIG C7, I had to heed my own advice in reviewing this product. Boasting a small footprint but better performance than a stock cooler, the bar is not exactly set high. But will its performance make me more amazed than even I would have expected? Let us read on to find out!