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Pros: The device is quiet and surprisingly feature packed. This really could replace the average home server. It allows for undvertised features like a DHCP server, Web Server, BitTorrent client and many many more. I was amazed.
Cons: Even though this is one of the faster processors available it still isn't really fast enough. I have two drives in the device in a striped RAID and the unit will max it's CPU at 100% while transfering at about 60 MB per second or about 500 mbps.
Other Thoughts: The inital install was a little bit troublesome. When I went to download firmware off of their site every time I downloaded the .zip file it came across corrupted. I tried several versions back. Eventually I gave up and provided it the file on the provided disk and it worked fine. then on first boot I got a message saying that there was newer firmware available and it successfully updated to the one that I was trying to download. Odd and frustrating, but it worked out okay.
I am giving 4 eggs becuase the inital config was a bit of heartache and the performance doesn't quite make it to the advertised speeds.
All in all, however, I would recommend this device.
Pros: All the screw holes are in the right places. It works.
Cons: Drive tray can scare you a little it opens so fast.
Other Thoughts: You cn't really tellin the pictures, but th typical logos are all there, they are jut black. with the lightscribe one being the only one in white.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: RAZER Naga Massively Multiplayer Online Gaming Mouse
Pros: Lazer worked and tracked well on any surface I attempted. Cord is good with a nice length.
Cons: Mouse it too light, feels downright cheap. So light that if you lift your hand the cord will move it all over.
Button clicks are difficult. I often found I ended up moving the mouse while trying to click a button. Any button . . even the left mouse button.
Mouse is really too small. I have large hands, but I have no problem with the Micorosft or Logitech offerings. With this mouse you hold the mouse instead of the mouse holding your hand.
The numpad is set way too far back. You have to readjust your thumb, which makes you move the mouse and lose your target.
Warcraft UI isn't just a small add-on, it's a complete UI, so wave goodbye to your favorite UI if you want to use it.
Front index finger buttons are really hard to get to. Impossible to press one of them and fire (so useless as a ventrillo button)
Software sucks, becuase there isn't any. When other offerings have a full suite to program all functions, this really just isn't okay.
Other Thoughts: I spent a very frustraing morning coming last on my team in CoD over and over until I finally realised that I was just missing every shot by a millimeter, so I went back to my Logitech and ran top of the team for the rest of the day. Same server, same players. I know it's an MMO mouse, but how many people ONLY play MMO's?
As a WoW mouse it was alright becuase precision doesn't matter as much, but it is hard to hold in a way that you can get to all of the buttons, and it lacks a button that serves really well as a Vent button which annoys me personally.
The mouse ended up being stolen during a home robbery, but it's okay, becuase I had given it my ferrets as a chew toy. Obviously I won't be replacing it.
I honestly have a hard time coming up with anything good to say. I'd prefer using a $5 Dell Mouse over this. I gave it a month for it to get better and it just never did. It was the most frustrating experince I've had in computer gaming . . . no joke.