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This review is from: Rosewill RNX-N150PC Wireless Adapter (1T1R) IEEE 802.11b/g/n PCI 2.2 Up to 150Mbps Wireless Data Rates 64/128 bits WEP WPA (TKIP with IEEE802.1x) WPA2 (AES with IEEE802.1x) XP/ Vista/ Win7
Pros: It connected to the internet (sometimes after several attempts), driver installation painless on Win 7 64-bit. The party bus stops there, however.
Cons: This thing gets 1/5 or 2/5 bars where my ~2 year old laptop that cost under four ben franks gets a full signal in the same location, as does my iPod touch, and Nintendo Wii. This is using a very good Linksys E3000 Wireless-N router. Connection speed is ~0.6m/bits down and ~0.2m/bits up, where my wirelessly connected cheap 2 year old laptop gets ~26m/bits down and 3.2 m/bits up.
Other Thoughts: This thing is garbage folks. There is a reason it's so cheap. Perhaps it needs a better antenna? Then again, my laptop, iPod touch and Wii don't have ANY visible antenna and still get a full signal where this thing struggles to maintain a connection.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Fits large hands like a glove. The best sensor on the market. Very durable, lightweight metal body. This is not one of those cheesy plastic mice that feels like it will fall apart if you breathe on it from the wrong angle. The rubber coated buttons are very nice. Lights can be turned on and off, and they are not garish. They are very subtle and cast an aura of elitism; this mouse is the best and it knows it. Comes with two sets of spare Teflon feet.
Cons: Took about a week for my hand to adjust to it's shape. Can not go back to gaming with other mice anymore.
Other Thoughts: The most underrated mouse on the market. Get one while you still can, it's a limited run. Oh, all five buttons are usable at once.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: FSP Group FSP300-60GLS-R 300W Micro ATX Active PFC Power Supply
Pros: Tiny. Fits in HP and probably Dell cases as well that use propitiatory size PSUs. The power supply in my old HP was like an ATX power supply cut in half. This is the only one that fits the case, it comes with an adapter plate to make it fit in a standard ATX case, which means it also fits in these "half size atx" propitiatory HP cases. Also, it is extremely silent. Inaudible unless you concentrate for a few seconds to find it's sound. Surprising because it has an 80x80x15mm fan which are usually extremely loud.
Cons: Runs a little warm... but thats nit picking.
Other Thoughts: I was worried about the reviews of it blowing up 5 months after owning it. But it was the only one that would fit my case. And guess what. It has been running 24/7 for more than 7 months now without a hitch. Maybe I got lucky.READ FULL REVIEW