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This review is from: Logitech M185 910-003922 Gray 1 x Wheel USB RF Wireless Optical Mouse
Pros: -Cheap @7eggs
-Got Refurbished as New (your experience may vary) even had protective plastic on scratcheable part.
-Had mini-USB transmitter inside of it.
-Small (also a con to big hand people)
-It's Logitech (worth extra dollars due to their excellent driver software)
Cons: -Small (Very small but not tiny)
-MAJOR con, as far as I am concerned is, that the scroll wheel when pushed left or right doesn't move through web browser pages (left and right, back and forward, if you will.)
Other Thoughts: If you are looking for big mouse look for 700 series mice from Logitech. I think they go in size related to the number 100 series, then 300 series, then 500 series, then 700 series--the relative size of the mouse typically increases with the number series.
This mouse's scroll will lacks "Back" and "Forward" functionality in regards to web browser experience (or other functions that you could have assigned to it via software if the function was available.) I am so used to this feature on my other Logitech mouse that I find it hard to live with it--to click manually on "Back" or "Forward" bottons on web browsers instead of just pushing scroll wheel with my finger left or right to accomplish trhe same thing. By the way I also own Logitech M510 mouse for which I paid 10 dolla more then for this M185 mouse and that mouse I would recommend--it has full functionality for it middle scroll wheel unlike Logitech M185.
Bottom line--this is a good, inexpensive, 'get through the day' mainly for laptop use 'on the go' mouse but nothing more.
This review is from: PNY Optima SSD7SC240GOPT-RB 2.5" 240GB SATA III Internal Solid State Drive (SSD)
Pros: eric k, you have to plug your SSD specifically into Sata 6GB/s port and not into Sata 3 GB/s port--that is your culprit. Your motherboard has both of those ports and if you just plugged it in without paying attention you would get less speed then the rated SSD affords due to slower speed of your connection/bus.
Re: "Cons: im puzzled that my computer tells me its a SATA generation 2 device when the packaging states otherwise. If its indeed true this may be why im not very impressed by the boot times which seem comparable to my spinning HDD.
Other Thoughts: I also may have something not fully optimized on my machine as well! I have exhausted all my knowledge though and could definitely use some help if i am indeed missing something."
Cons: No problem. Not the fastest SSD out there but for the 1/3rd of the price it's a great deal.
Other Thoughts: Read your motherboard's manual (look it up online if you don't have one) and see where you plug in your SSD at--it can make a difference if your motherboard has both Sata 2 and Sata 3 ports.READ FULL REVIEW