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This review is from: OtterBox Defender Black Solid Case For Samsung Galaxy Note 2 77-23996
Pros: Very good protection. Seems well made. I haven't had issues with accessing buttons and ports. I also have not had issues with the touch screen functions as of yet.
Cons: Plan on breaking some fingernails getting it apart. I am a guy, so that doesn't really bother me. It is difficult to open the two inner pieces. I had to re-open it after noticing some dirt on the inside of the screen protector.
Other Thoughts: Not sure of this will be a theft risk, seeing as the size of the Note 2 hanging off your belt may be a tempting target. Let's hope not. I feel comfortable with this helping to protect my costly phone. I have read about concerns about the durability of the belt clip. We shall see.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: Evoluent VM4R Silver/Black 1 x Wheel USB Wired Laser Vertical Mouse
Pros: It seems to do everything it says. I can feel the difference in my wrist. I was recently promoted to a desk job, something I have never done "all day". It seems playing on your computer at home is not the same, heh.
Anyway, It took a couple of days of use for it to become more comfortable. Not bad at all. The installation was painless on my Win7 32-bit workstation. Low'ish spec corporate box.
Many people comment on it, some scoff. Once they try it, they see the benefit.
Cons: Feels a little....light weight? Not really cheap, just less substantial than I expected out of a $100 mouse. I will see if that plays out in the mouse being less durable. No issues yet, though. Just not quite what I anticipated.
Other Thoughts: I think a mouse, or other input device designed to change how you hold and use a mouse can be a benefit it delaying, or preventing repetitive stress issues. Not sure this would be better than some sort of trackball device. I may try one of those as well.
Overall, I am happy so far, but with a slight concern about durability over time. Worth a try, in my opinion.
This review is from: Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion PC Game
Pros: I have played Daggerfall, Morrowind (and the expansions), and now Oblivion. By far the quickest to draw you in. The graphics are great, the sound (ambient and musical) are top notch. The game loads pretty quick, faster, by far, than Morrowind. The voice acting is nice, but may get repetitive.
Cons: The map, inventory, skills, and quest journal are all tied to a single user interface element (the TAB key accesses all of these) is a little fustrating, but you do get use to it. The lip-syncing, while the best I have seen, still is a little off. Not bad, just a little off.
Other Thoughts: If you like RPGs, exploring, questing, and generally getting lost in another world, this game will do it better than just about any game I have ever played. I highly recommend it.READ FULL REVIEW