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This review is from: Logitech K400 2.4GHz Wireless Touch Keyboard
Pros: I use this keyboard combo mainly at home for my home theater pc setup running Ubuntu 13.10. It has worked flawlessly the moment I took it out of the box, no drivers necessary. A handful of the specialty buttons don't work with windows but that is honestly a moot point for me. I bought a second unifying usb plug and take the keyboard back and forth to work as necessary. It works excellently for giving presentations.
Cons: See "Other thoughts."
Other Thoughts: Not really a con but more of an oversight. I feel like there should have been a way to lock the touchpad similar to what is standard on almost all current laptops. It hasn't hindered me yet but I feel like the engineers should have seen the need for this somewhere.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Wow!!!! this is the most beautiful cae i have ever owned. Its light but heavy duty, and the support bar really helps with that. I used a Roswill PSU and had to unscrew the bar to get it in but then i put the bar back and it looked wonderful. There is so much space to cleanly put all wires and cables my system looks phenominal.
Cons: 2 minor things....
1. The clips that hold the second drive door closed broke (probably in shipping) but I called Thermaltake and they sent me replacements right away I got them 2nd day totally free.
2. There quite as much lighting as i had wanted so i changed the front 140mm fan for one wit blue led's in it but some ppl may like that so possibly not a con.
Other Thoughts: BUY THIS NOW!!!!!READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: GIGABYTE GA-M57SLI-S4 AM2 NVIDIA nForce 570 SLI MCP ATX AMD Motherboard
Pros: This board is excellent. Super easy to install everything and extremely easy to route wires and cables so u get a really cleen looking system. Reccomended to everyone.
Cons: Not many...
1. Like i said its a next gen mobo. The floppy drive connector is way at the bottom of the board but seeing as how floppy are rarely used anymore that was fine with me
2. The instruction manual could have been a lil better in the front panel wiring department but I figured it out.