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Pros: - Good build quality, heavy in the hand, feels solid.
- Great features and configuration options.
- Contoured side buttons.
- Settings stored in the mouse, not relying on installed software.
- Great price
- Fabric USB cord
Cons: When pressing the side buttons, sometimes you end up clicking the third auxiliary mouse button on the opposite side in an attempt to get leverage.
Other Thoughts: This is a fantastic mouse. I've used both the Razer Naga elite, and this mouse, and I prefer this one hand(s) down (pun intended!) It feels much more solid and has better configuration options, and can typically be had for a similar price.
Possibly one of the best features of this mouse is the fact that it stores 3 presets in the mouse itself, with a button assigned to switch quickly between them. The fact that I can take my mouse and plug it in to ANY computer and have my standard 3 presets with me is fantastic.
The contoured side buttons are also a great feature. It's much easier to tell where you are on the number pad and click the correct buttons when you are in-game.
The mouse has a huge DPI range, but I don't find that horribly useful. I typically don't go above 6000 anyway. Might be useful in some extreme cases, but most users probably don't need it. What it does mean though is that the mouse is super responsive at the lower DPIs.
The accidental mouse click on the third button on the right is a bit of an issue, but you can always turn off the function on that button. Once you get used to it and keeping your finger off that button though, it's not too bad.
Overall this is a fantastic mouse, and I highly recommend it!
This review is from: Intel PWLA8391GT Desktop Adapter PRO/1000 GT 10/ 100/ 1000Mbps PCI 1 x RJ45
Pros: Great manufacture quality from Intel, good feature set
Cons: - Fairly expensive for network cards at $30.
- Not well supported by Intel in recent versions of windows (relies on OS drivers)
Other Thoughts: These are fast, good build quality, and feature rich, especially for use on a Linux server, or in a Linux computer. Plug and play on most Linux installations. Windows support in recent (Windows 7+) OS's relies on drivers from Microsoft. Intel is no longer writing the drivers themselves, so it's hit or miss.READ FULL REVIEW
Powerful for price
Cons: Not the highest end card
Other Thoughts: I've had this card for over a year and been extremely happy with it. I've read other reviews with people having issues with the card, but I have not experienced the same driver issues. The card runs well in my systems both in windows 7 and windows 8. I get high framerates even with AA all the way up in most games. Crysis starts to lag a bit with the AA on, but most of my other games are smooth (Mass Effect, Diablo III, Starcraft II, Portal 2, etc) Great card for the money.READ FULL REVIEW
Display Name: Ryan H.
Date Joined: 06/13/08
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