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Pros: Compared to what?
Cons: Video card drivers crash constantly... they 'reboot', but any applications DON'T.
My other comp runs a pair of 460s or whatever they are... older cards. NO crashes, under twice the load.
This 660 is a [censored] pure and simple.
Cons: 2 buttons on far right are not intuitive in placement, left & right secondary buttons require abandoning common L/R finger placement which is rather distracting in game.
Primary Con - this the only mouse I've ever had that began double-clicking with every single click after 8 months. I find no way to get into the case to clear possible debris (pet hair, typically) or otherwise determine if the fault is native to the device - a failed part - or from a secondary source. Drivers have not updated in quite some time.
Other Thoughts: I would definitely recommend this mouse for those who find the button placement comfortable for them. It's nice under the hand, moves well, has nicely positive clickback on all buttons.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: It's ASUS, the current trend leader. Not a bad system overall, but for one glaring fault that prompted me to decide against it.
Cons: Comes bundled with Windows 8, with no option to have it pre-loaded with bugless, spyless windows 7.
Other Thoughts: Throw W8 into the wastebin and let me decide what OS I want, and I'll buy.READ FULL REVIEW