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This review is from: Logitech G600MMO Gaming Mouse - White
Pros: It can go really fast or really slow, depending on how you set it. The widest speeds I've ever used with a mouse.
More buttons than you will need. The more the better, IMO.
It feels more solid than any Razer mouse I've used. (Copperhead, Naga, Diamondback)
The buttons are placed much better than the Nagas(the original, not the updated.) Well, with the exception of the forward/back buttons.
Cons: It's a little too wide for how I like to hold a mouse, but my hands are big so I can let this slide. I like the feel of the original Chameleon Green Razer Diamondback and this just doesn't match up. This more personal preference than anything else. If you like to palm grip your mouse, than this would be in the pro section.
The software is a little flaky when compared to razers offerings, but it works. Hopefully some updates can fix this.
I'd prefer the forward/back buttons to be buttons on the mouses body, and not in the scroll wheel.
The scroll wheel feels dinky. I really wish they had used that old fly wheel style they had on their flagship mouse a few years ago.
Other Thoughts: If you want a lot of buttons and like a palm grip style, this is your mouse. It's not perfect, but then nothing ever really is.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: It's decent monitor, has plenty of inputs and does its job. It does white really well, and has a good contrast ratio, but the color just seems off to me. But all and all I'm satisfied with the quality of the picture.
Cons: I would have given this monitor 3 or 4 stars had it not been for the obnoxious OSD that displays everytime it's turned on or comes out of sleep/hibernate/blank screensaver, etc. This completely ruins the monitors. I have to turn it off everytime I use my computer. The OSD is just an image of some of the specs of the monitor. It looks like a sticker you'd see on a display model. Why this is displayed on every turn is beyond me.
Another thing is that the settings do not stick for long as it randomly resets itself after a certain period of time. So, I'm stuck with the default settings. Using my GPU's drivers control panel was an awkward work around.
Other Thoughts: Maybe the OSD issue isn't the best reason to give a monitor 1 star, but it's just so annoying that it makes me hate this monitor for something that would be so easy for Samsung to fix.
The only reason I haven't returned and gotten a different one is because I'm lazy and it's used as a second monitor which I use for gaming and video, so the picture and color issues I have with it are irrelevant.
As my uncle used to say, "You get what you pay for and a little bit less."