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This review is from: Kingston DataTraveler G3 32GB USB 2.0 Flash Drive (White & Red) Model DTIG3/32GBZ
Pros: It meets xbox 360 performance recommendations. My son is happy!
Cons: noneREAD FULL REVIEW
This review is from: Fellowes 98905 Silver/Blue 5 Buttons 1 x Wheel USB Wired Optical HD Precision Mouse
Pros: 5 buttons, Low price, Smooth tracking. Comfortable, Not too light, Not too heavy.
I've had 2 of these mice for 15 months. One was used heavily for gaming. It is now being replaced with another one of these great mice. After 15 months the right button has just failed. Tried banging it on the desk, but that only worked for a click or two. This isn't a con because I usually have to get a new mouse every year due to one of the buttons failing. I just figure it's all the clicking that I do.
I really like this mouse because of the gel/fabric in the palm area. During intense gaming with other plastic mice I had to keep wiping my hand off because of sweating. I rarely have to do that with this mouse therefore I'm buying another one!
Cons: None really. The thumb rubber grip came off a couple months ago, but some glue fixed that with no problem.
Other Thoughts: The other mouse not used for gaming is still going strong.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: Rosewill RM1670 Silver/Black 7 Buttons USB Laser Mouse
Pros: Works great on the right surface: precision, gliding, couple extra buttons. Feels comfortable.
I'm going to buy more!
It slides very smoothly across the desk.
Scroll button is notched.
Pointer speed is at the 3rd level, down a couple from my optical mouse.
All of the buttons take a little bit more pressure to click than other mice I have used.
The program to run the programmable buttons (Panel.exe) usually uses less than 3MB.
Cons: Just a couple little things:
Top little button apparently can't be configured and it opens IE to your homepage.
Extra programmable button on the right side is a good thing, but is very awkward to use.
I must pick it up above ¾ inch off desk for the pointer not to move.
Other Thoughts: After installing the mouse software, it adds a “laser mouse” tab to the mouse properties (it did not add it in XP 64-bit and button configuration program wouldn't run). In regular XP click “Compatible with Microsoft” to make the scroll wheel work in firefox and openoffice (it worked in MS ofc and IE without clicked). Also switch left side buttons to “normal” instead of “default” to get forward and back to work when browsing.
In XP64, the pointer moved like it was walking up steps on a stairway on a plain mouse pad and on a tan wood grain desk. I changed speed and precision, but nothing helped. I moved it to another computer which was regular XP, where I don't use a mouse pad and the desk is black coated. It is working perfectly. I then tested it on a mouse pad and a wood grain surface and it still worked great. I did find one mouse pad it didn't work well on. I now think it was XP64 that was the problem. Since the “laser tab” didn't work, the drivers must not have been working.