Showing Results: Most Recent
Pros: dedicated gtx 660m - it uses the intel hd most of the time and AUTOMATICALLY uses the gtx 660m for games...c'mon people. (right click if you're unsure about the settings)
battery life is amazing
These specs are absolutely unrivaled at this price.
Cons: 1366x768 - which I don't mind playing games at native resolution, but video editing is pretty much out.
minor cosmetic damage on one of the back fan vents (as to be expected with B-grade refurbished)
Other Thoughts: I bought it for my sister who knows less about computer than I do, and she loves it. Down the road I will upgrade her to SSD and windows 8.1 pro, but for now it works really well.
I got it for $649 and now it looks like it's $629, it's hard to believe they haven't all been snatched up.
Pros: really cheap
4 dpi on the fly options
Cons: scroll wheel's finicky
took over a month to arrive
not even remotely ergonomic
- I got wrist cramps from using this mouse
- I tried multiple different positions, even tried taping nickels to it where I thought my palm needed support
- after about a week I gave up and started looking for a new mouse
Other Thoughts: For the price, I don't think you could find another mouse with as much potential, but it was not designed well at all. Just looking at it now give me memory induced wrist pain. I not 100% sure that I regret buying it because I learned some valuable lessons on grips and ergonomics and it only cost me $6.00. I prefer fingertip grip, but I still wouldn't recommend this to anyone with any grip.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: They work
They were $1.99 each
Cons: They could always be cheaper
Other Thoughts: I saw them on sale and so I bought 3. No regrets.READ FULL REVIEW
Some manufacturers place restrictions on how details of their products may be communicated.