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Pros: No chance to tell. DOA!
Cons: Purchased this board in August 2013 because it was on sale. Went to install it in replacement build yesterday. Fan started, sudden electrical smell, and all went dead. Checked power supply, OK. Reinstalled old board, OK! Tested this board with new power supply--Dead! From all I have read support is very poor. May have to eat this.
Other Thoughts: Well over 100 builds with only one other DOA. Usually build with Asus or Gigabyte. Took a chance, got bit. If I get replacement with reasonable support I will update this; but looking through the comments I am not optimistic!READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Right size; no NumPad; full sized keys.
Cons: Keys are sticky and clunky. Trackball is very hard to control, drops letters terribly. Is not worth 1/3rd the price.
Other Thoughts: I quit using this keyboard, after several months because it dropped letters so bad I could not even use it as a media control. Replaced it with an IO Gear keyboard; looks somewhat like this one. $20 less and superior in every way; In fact I love that keyboard. It never drops letters, and the trackball is great. Check it out.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Full sized keyboard without NumPad; Good Track Ball; doesn't drop letters; light weight, but solid feel; very responsive. Connected with absolutely no problems. Heads & shoulders above similar, comparatively priced competitors.
Cons: After disappointing experiences with others, I am happy, happy, happy!
Other Thoughts: If you do not care about NumPad, and would like some basic media controls, this is the one.READ FULL REVIEW