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This review is from: Logitech G930 USB Connector Circumaural Wireless Gaming Headset
Pros: * Great headset with good sound quality
* Very powerful mic
* Fast Charging
* Easy setup and transfer between systems
Cons: * Logitech's customer service has been terrible as of late. Tried to return under warranty and kept getting hung up on.
* No stand, difficult to find a good safe, clean place to store these while not in use
* Range on the wireless can be finnicky at longer distances. Also resets the hardware mute if it disconnects from its wireless connection, making peeing while muted rather offensive to those in skype.
* Decreases in reliability around middle age
* Very expensive (when I bought them they were $160)
* Very powerful mic (had complaints about breathing very heavily, even when the mic is up by my eyes to mitigate sound capture)
Other Thoughts: So here are the real reasons I rated it 3 stars. I expected that for the price, this headset would last a full 2 years without many problems. It performed famously for the first year and a half, but just a few months ago it started shorting out and only playing sound through one ear. This can sometimes be fixed by plugging or replugging the charging cord into the headset, but loud noises in video games will make it short again. The lights died as well on the headset.. all I get now is the red charging light, albeit very dim. The green "on" light no longer turns on. Also with this shorting issue, my computer has been crashing occasionally when I try to access sound based things. For instance everything will work great for a few hours of gaming, and then the headset will short, or something will get messed up with alt-tabbing from a game, and all of a sudden anything that produces sound on my computer will crash, even the volume control (maddening to try to turn the volume up and have the slider freeze before you can move it anywhere). Have to restart the computer to fully fix this. It also doesn't seem to play well with Open Broadcasting Software (OBS) unfortunately.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: Logitech MX 518 8 Buttons 1 x Wheel USB Wired Optical 1800 dpi Gaming Mouse
Pros: While this mouse doesn't shine in the DPI department, it certainly doesn't lack. It remains one of my favorite gaming mice - reliable and wired, which is a big thing for me. Wireless mouses are too fickle when it comes to gaming. My G7, which I was also enthralled with, stopped connecting well to the usb stick and so I got this one instead and have been happy ever since.
Cons: The covering on the black portions of the mouse start to peel after much use and love but this doesn't actually damage the product at all, it just looks a little funny though most of it is easily removed when this starts to happen. I'm also experiencing a little roller wheel resistance recently, hard to click. This is probably from something getting in there and not a malfunction of the mouse itself.
Other Thoughts: I highly suggest this mouse for anything. It's great and while it does cost a bit of money it's not so much that it'll gouge you. This mouse will last you for years, so it's a good investment.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: -great performance card, runs WoW on all high settings, Crysis on high (depending on your other hardware) and a great deal of other performance demanding games. This is a good purchase
-runs quietly and efficiently
-excellent dual monitor support
Cons: -runs a bit warm, but not enough to worry about
-a bit unwieldy in size and difficult to fit into some cases
-requires to power plugs from the PSU, so be aware
-needs at least a 600 watt PSU to run efficiently, but probably more for safety
Other Thoughts: This is a great card for the price... it performs well and only runs a little warm. Hard to fit in case and requires two PSU plugs, but these aren't major issues.
When I installed this card I had some issues with getting it to connect in correctly, thinking that the card didn't fit. This wasn't the case for me, and if you have the same problem, not for you either (unless the back of the card is scraping on metal). Just be careful and make sure that your slots and side holders are popped out on the back of your case
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