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This review is from: Rosewill Legacy W1-B-Window Black Dual Fans Computer Case
Pros: - Nice HDD rack
- PSU is segregated below
- Snappable side panels
- Good cable routing
Cons: - Location of the SSD mounts is inconvenient
- Missed opportunity for a SSD drive location in place of the optical drive
Other Thoughts: You're really not likely to implement the ODD unless you're in the market for a DVD slim drive. A nice upgrade, and in my opinion something that should have been included from the beginning, is an optional SSD mount in place of the ODD location. You can find slim drives that take the place of the ODD location that can hold a 2.5" HDD. This easily "fixes" the missed opportunity in this case.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: RAZER Orochi USB Gaming Mouse
Pros: Lots of settings for DPI. Smooth mouse movement.
Cons: The documentation that comes with the product does not specify that it requires the Razer Synapse software. I had to contact tech support to find this out.
The default DPI is the highest setting, so the mouse is unusable at such a high DPI until you install the software.
Once the software was installed, the mouse would randomly disconnect. As I'm writing this now, the mouse works for about 10 sec, then stops working.
As this was my first Razer product, I will not be buying another.
Pros: Lots of great options in the UI. Easy to use interface. Straightforward setup.
Cons: Support is good, but bound by their scripts.
Other Thoughts: I bought one of these at Best Buy. When I got home, the power light was flashing, but I didn't think too much of it. I called support to help me setup my connection to my existing FiOS Modem/Router as a second router with a different subnet.
After spending an hour on the phone, getting disconnected, and dealing with 3 different support reps (who were all professional and helpful) I had the support rep tell me to take it back to the store because the firmware was corrupted and you couldn't make any kind of connection to the router, even to update the firmware.
So when I got the second one, everything was easy. I was able to set up the second subnet myself after some quick googling. I connected it to my downstairs repeater/range extender (also Netgear).
So all in all, it took a lot of work, but the network is up and running with the speeds I'm paying for as if you were connected directly to the ISP modem router.
I'd say my rating is for the router itself. -1 egg for having to go back to the store to get a working one. The one I returned wasn't repackaged or seemed like it had been opened before, it was just a defective unit that was not tested appropriately.
With the working router everything is good.
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