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Pros: Fair price, cat 5e. Seems to give full gigabit just fine.
The flat surface instead of rounded make it easy for me to run and hide along the ceiling.
Cons: the flat surface and what seems to be lack of shielding make me nervous about interference and longevity but havent hand any problems yet
Other Thoughts: It worked out of the bag which is more than i could say about some.
They molded flat ribbon type does not provide much in the way of shielding or support. It is really thin and "FEELS" flimsy (does not mean it is)
All in all, unless it goes bad in a year, was worth the money. I would buy again should i have the need.
did not give 5 eggs because it doesn't stand out other than the flat mold cable.
Pros: High DPI
decent button placement
Just the right size for my hand.
On board memory for button settings so you can take your mouse around to different computers and not have to reconfigure it.
Wireless option and charges when on wired.
seems to be a standard rechargeable AA battery that seems like it could be replaced if it should start failing.
Cons: SetPoint is junk. Not sure why but refused to save settings for the mouse. Had to completely re-install the software for it to function semi properly with the new mouse. Was using the G700 before.
Other Thoughts: Main Game used with is Star Wars the Old Republic. Set side and top buttons to num 1- 7. running on 1440p monitor about 3200DPI is about perfect to get across the screen for me.
Previous mouse was the Non-S version which is also great. And has similar issues in set point. After about an hour or so finally got it configured and no issues though i haven't tried to switch profiles.
Over all seems good so far. Hopefully future version of setpoint work better for me.
This review is from: Rosewill REACT Gaming Mouse Pad
Pros: Bigger than it seems on site
Quality base, doesn't slide at all.
Cons: Bigger than it seems, about half of it is stuck under my keyboard for now due to desk limitations (new desk next weekend will fix that)
Wouldn't call it MLG grade surface.
Other Thoughts: I got it a bit cheaper than current price so it was a good deal.
Americans who don't fail at the metric system should be able to judge the size from the dimensions on site better than I did :-)
Over all on sale was a great buy, hopefully it holds out a couple years.