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Pros: Much like the GT72S G Tobii-805 (but only half the RAM) that I just purchased (for $2400 on special) but which has yet to arrive (two days from now; good thing I am very patient.) As good as it gets as far as laptops are concerned. I will always think that Grid laptops were the pinnacle of their day, but these days I would not think about buying anything else other than MSI.

Cons: What is with that price? $1800 more than the Tobii-805 and less capable? Is that just because of England's Value Added Tax (VAT)? What a flipping rip-off that is! I guess socialized medicine does have its price, after all.

Corsair 256GB Voyager GTX USB 3.0 Flash Drive, Speed Up to 450MB/s (CMFVYGTX3B-256GB)
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  • neweggOwned For: 1 day to 1 week

Pros: Indeed, three times faster than another "ordinary" USB 3.0 drive I have. I got this to hold all the software I need for a system reload, which will fill about half of its 256GB. Also, I found out only after receiving it, the case is made of zinc alloy. Harder than aluminum and nonferrous/nonmagnetic unlike a stainless steel case. Pluses all around. Recommended and would buy again.

Cons: Finding a pocket to carry it in so it doesn't get scratched up by keys and such. It's just too handsome.

inland 7349 Red 3 Buttons 1 x Wheel Bluetooth Bluetooth Wireless Optical 1000 dpi Mouse
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  • neweggOwned For: 1 month to 1 year

Pros: Small, almost petite, but not too small for normal man's hand. Deep semi-metallic red goes will with my Qosmio laptop. Does not need a USB port.

Cons: Goes through batteries like a pig in a cornfield. Rechargeable LiONs last maybe a day if I don't remember to turn the mouse off, so the sleep mode is ferschlockte. I have two Logitech mice, and the battery/ies in them can last six months to a year.

The wheel is twitchy. As you scroll, whatever you are trying to scroll through will jump up and down as if it doesn't know which way it wants to go. It seems to happen on only one part of the wheel so it could be a mechanical flaw, maybe a poor molding, but it could be electronic, too. Possibly noise picked up on the bluetooth channel. Or just a poor tracking circuit.

The tracking diode is very bright, make sure not to be looking at it when you turn it on.

Also it does not track on all surfaces. My Qosmio's hand rest area is a shiny sort of black pseudo-carbon fiber pattern, and this mouse will not respond when moving on that surface at all. My Logitech M310 reads that and any other surface perfectly.

Other Thoughts: For a cheap mouse, it lives up to it. I only got it as a back up, and for when I need that one extra USB port. I would not rely on it every day.


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Display Name: Anonymous

Date Joined: 08/11/01

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  • First Review: 09/09/16
  • Last Review: 10/20/16
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