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This review is from: LOGITECH G502 Proteus Core Tunable Gaming Mouse
Pros: Too many to be extensive. I didn't think Logitech could make anything better than the G9x, but I was wrong. Since I had the Logitech Gaming Software already installed it was recognized, firmware updated, everything programed, and tuned within minutes.
With the G9x you have to use a claw grip, which is good, but this thing makes you use a modified claw grip. I love how I can put all the weight in bumping up the DPI so I can have a lot more control with very little movement. The DPI shift button I can get even more fine control when needed without going up and down my DPI settings.
Because of the profiles being on board I have the same control when booted into Linux.
This coupled with a G13 for gaming there is not excuse for not playing your best.
This thing is just comfy.
The G-Shift button in the third profile can be used to put macros in for those hard to reach keyboard buttons for probably MMOs and the such.
Cons: Same issue with most Logitech advanced G-series products, not a lot of support for Linux. This is going to really suck for Logitech when SteamOS really starts to take off as Microsoft keeps shooting themselves in the foot.
Other Thoughts: If you game on Linux, make sure you have access to a Windows OS so you can put in the profiles, then boot into Linux.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: Microsoft Windows 8.1 Pro - Full Version (32 & 64-bit)
Pros: Due to under the hood tweaks, a lot of hardware is a lot more integrated within the kernel and works great for gaming machines.
Cons: -The "apps" more than likely will not install properly, or if ever install properly making them useless
-Clicking the Menu button brings you to the "apps" menu. As stated above, just useless.
-Who power computes with a tablet? Why make an entire OS geared towards tablets for a desktop machine?
Other Thoughts: Glad I sold my MSFT stock when I did. Except for PC gaming, MSFT products are about useless. Heck, with SteamOS and Steam on Ubuntu, soon, and I believe very soon, no one will have to buy a MSFT product again to PC game. Notice I said PC gaming. XBox One is a whole other debacle in itself. I'm pretty sure finance and business majors could get their doctorate degrees just writing a disrotation on what is going on with MSFT right now.
MSFT, "Hey, we did great things with Windows XP, Windows 7, XBox, and the XBox 360. Heck people even forgave us for Windows 98, ME, and Vista. I have an idea. Let's take everything people love about Windows 7 and throw it in the trash. Do you know what else? Let's take what everybody loves about XBox and throw that out too. Heck, let's force this Kinnect thing down their throats so hard Alex Jones calls us out for spying on the public for the NSA and financial gain. What do you guys think? We won't even try to sugar coat the fact we are trying to mess over our customers. They'll buy our stuff anyway, right? No one will start using Linux. Right?"
Pros: Quick and Cheap
Cons: N/A ATT
Other Thoughts: Along with this one and two others in the 120G variaty I have yet to see any issues. I have each one carved up to support multiple OSes for multi-boot PCs. I have read a lot of negative reviews on these, but I have yet to have an issue. So far, so good.READ FULL REVIEW