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Pros: Small and sleek. Good distance and decent speeds. Reliable connection even for transferring larger files via FTP. Overall looks are good even with the activity light (not over bright).
Cons: No native Win7 drivers, nor Linux or MAC. This was a disappointment.
Other Thoughts: I ended up having to test this on my laptop instead of making it work with the Linux server I wanted to use it for. Overall I think the built in adapter works as good, but that is an AC as well. Once I get it working with Redhat it'll be in use constantly.
I cannot vouch for the software. I only do minimal driver installs.
Pros: - Great looking
- Nice and easy even straight out of the box
- DD-WRT and Tomato are easily installed
- Standard external antennas, easily changed with high powered
- A lot of nice, standard features for the price
- Powerful enough with stock antennas for most users
- 5GHz bandwidth was more powerful than expected
- Only 1 packet lost during a 15 minute stress test (I'm impressed)
- Throughput was excellent
- Stable gigabit speeds
Cons: With a hidden signal it still shows and displays a network, just not the name... on stock firmware.
Other Thoughts: Wow! this had a CD? I didn't even notice, but would not have used it anyway.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: Corsair Gaming MM200 Mouse Mat - Standard Edition
Pros: This is Very large for what I expected in a "standard" sized pad. It feels very nice an d comfortable when resting the heel of your palm on it all day. I haven't found a DPI setting too high for it. It creates a very smooth scrolling experience even at ultra high DPI. I've tried it with the most demanding applications I could think of and it easily performed up to par ( photo editing and cad software). This would easily handle gaming.
Any debris is easily removed.
It definitely stays put(rubber backing)
Cons: No wrapped edges.
Other Thoughts: It'll take time to see if the edges unravel, but for now I have to say I'm already thinking of getting another for work.READ FULL REVIEW
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