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Pros: It's a Corsair. They have a solid name as a reliable brand. I doubt I'll have any problems (but will update if there is).
Cons: Ordered the modular, but received the non-modular version instead. More of a luxury feature, but still annoying..
It's also pretty dang loud compared to my old OCZ, even though it's not being heavily taxed.
Other Thoughts: At first I assumed it was a mistake on my part (I'm one of those guys). Looking over the records again it was definitely a mistake on Newegg's end.
A bit of a tricky situation since if I RMA I'll miss out on the promised rebate that came with the PSU.
This review is from: Koss KSC75 Portable Sportclip Stereophone Earphone
Pros: They sound pretty nice, and are pretty comfortable for up to a couple of hours.
Cons: The clips pop off rather easily, and they become really loose upon snapping back on. Also, unless you listen at a low volume (as you should, if you like your sense of hearing), other people WILL hear your music as well.
They're also pretty inconvenient to carry around, though that's a more obvious point.
Other Thoughts: Okay for the priceREAD FULL REVIEW
Pros: I like the feel of the material...the buttons have a rougher texture so your fingers won't slip around. Being able to change DPI on the fly is always a nice feature (and it even uses LEDs to tell you what setting you're on)...though 5 different settings can be cumbersome at times.
Cons: Wears out pretty quickly; the left click sensor is already wearing out after 5 months of use. The mouse is small, even for my tiny hands. The shape forces you to hold it as if your hand was a claw...which I imagine is worse for people with bigger hands.
Other Thoughts: I bought this hoping it would last longer than the usual 10 dollar mice but I guess I'm out of luck. It could have been worse...but for a mouse with a 60 dollar base price tag you shouldn't have to settle for that.READ FULL REVIEW