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This review is from: Rosewill RK-9000I - Mechanical Keyboard with Cherry MX Blue Switches
Pros: Great Feel
Cons: The only con that I feel some may not like is that it's noisier than most people are going to be used to, coming from cheap membrane keyboards.
No media keys (which I've personally never used)
Other Thoughts: If you do a lot of typing, or gaming, you're going to love this keyboard. The consistent feel and feedback make extended typing a pleasure.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: I bought this because I'm tired of twitchy mice when I'm editing photos or playing CoD... the on-the-fly sensitivity adjustment is awesome (with an easily viewable row of LEDs to show you what setting you're on). The buttons are right where I expect/need them to be. It's perfectly sized and shaped, the read "pad" area supports right in the cup of my hand, so I feel more in control of the mouse, not just like I'm pushing it around on the desk. Note that I have smallish hands (I'm 5'6")... awesome product.
Cons: None. I'm very pleased.
Other Thoughts: Well, it's pretty cool looking, kinda evil, sitting on my desk, so it might not be the most professional looking mouse... but it's a great product (if it fits your hands, see "Pros" above).
I don't use any special modes or anything, I just plugged it in, let Windows 7 Ultimate 64-bit recognize it, and off I went...
Pros: Fast in Crossfire (only way I've run it, can't comment on standalone performance)
Quiet - I have yet to hear the fans, even playing CoD:BO maxed out @ 1920x1080 - 120+ fps
Light - Unlike some cards, I don't feel like it's going to rip out of the motherboard due to the weight
Nice form factor - fits well in ATX case
Other Thoughts: Bought this based on web reviews, they were very positive, and, as it turns out, they were accurate. These rock in Crossfire.READ FULL REVIEW