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This review is from: SIIG JU-NE0012-S1 USB 2.0 Fast Ethernet Adapter
Cons: Nothing yet
Other Thoughts: Device recognized and driver installed automatically by Win 7. Disabled the wireless on my Toshiba and connected directly to my router via the adapter, and it works.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: Logitech M570 910-001799 Black 1 x Wheel USB RF Wireless Laser Trackball
Pros: Comfortable, quick response upon turning-on, very small USB transmitter
Cons: None so far
Other Thoughts: Felt a little strange to work with in the first place, but you get the hang of it quickly. I worried that my thumb will get sore from the sudden switch to ball-tracking, but I've been using the mouse a lot since I got it and no pains or strains what-so-ever.
The mouse itself is quite large, so not very portable, but that is to be expected.
One plus that I thought of, is for working with computers that serve as home entertainment systems. Since the track-ball does all the work, you don't actually need to move the mouse around to move the cursor. Also don't need to worry about your mouse tracking smoothly on rough surfaces (such as couch cushions...). The wireless range is very large (worked for me at 10 feet or so).
This review is from: Emerson WM320 Wireless Microphone - Dual Channel DVD Karaoke Converter
Cons: The sound quality is terrible. I bought this to my parents who perform singing at retirement homes and such. They are only semi-pros, but the mics couldn't keep up with my mom's voice - the output was terrible and scratchy regardless of the amplifier they hooked the system to.
Other Thoughts: My parents eventually bought a "real" wireless system (don't know the brand) and they are very pleased (this to say, the problem was not with my parents' voices or amplifiers...).READ FULL REVIEW