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Pros: Did exactly what it said it would do.
Cons: Dead after 4 years of use.
Warranty only covers 2 years. (Confirmed by Raidmax Customer Support)
Other Thoughts: I would not recommend this product. Some manufacturers have 6+ years of warranty coverage, and this is really the way to go. You don't want to wind up with a hundred dollar paperweight down the line.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: Logitech G9x Black Two modes scroll USB Wired Laser 5700 dpi Gaming Mouse
Pros: - Adjustable weights.
- Adjustable dpi on the fly
- Plug it in, and it works right away.
- Sleek Software
Cons: -Not enough mappable keys.
Other Thoughts: I've been using this mouse for a while, in tandem with the MX Revolution. They're both great for what they do. After all this time (2 years) of gaming, not one fault has come up.
One note, though. Though all of the keys can be remapped, only two are usable as macro keys. For MMO gaming, or piloting, that may not be enough. They could have added more buttons to the mouse to keep it competitive with say...Razer. But it's only a small gripe.
This review is from: Microsoft 52A-00004 Xbox 360 Controller for Windows
Pros: -A familiar layout
-Plug and Play
-Doesn't run on batteries
Cons: -They're not as available as they once were.
Other Thoughts: The wired 360 controller was a huge step forward for me. I used to use a Logitech controller that was a toss-up as to whether it would be fully compatible for my games. The Microsoft pad always works. If you have 30 dollars and you buy something else, it probably won't work.READ FULL REVIEW