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Silicon Power Slim S55 2.5
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Pros: The price point. Speed. 3 year warranty. (newegg site says 1 year Silicon Power site says 3 years) Easy install. Low power consumption. Ability to put new life into an older PC/laptop. Tests show the read and write speeds are a little lower than the specs say, but they all are, that I have used. I put 2 of these together in a striped array, killer fast.

Cons: I don't have any cons. The real test is longevity,and reliability. Just be sure to at least back up your important files. As all people should do. No cloning software. There are several good ones around for free. I use a paid for version. There is no adapter bracket or hardware. You may need to purchase one depending on your application. These aren't really cons to me.

Other Thoughts: When SSD's first hit the market I was all over them. They were expensive and reliability was not so good. Also they were not as fast as they are today. Actually for me failure rate was so high I stepped away for a couple years. Now I always have multiple backups just in case. But a lot of people don't for reasons unknown. I'm not going to bore you with all the numbers but for most people the Silicon Power Slim S55 2.5" 240GB SATA III TLC will work great. Keep in mind if you install this in a computer that does not support SATA III speeds your benefit will be limited but still faster than the traditional spinning HDD.

LINKSYS RE7000 Max-Stream AC1900+ Mu-Mimo W-Fi Range Extender
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Pros: Easy to setup
If plugged in the bottom outlet you can still use the top
LED is informative and not to bright.
Does not drop signal on any of my devices
Tested with a large file download, streaming multiple videos to different devices, no issues.
Has 4x4 or quad stream MU-MIMO. Thought this was just some fancy lingo. But my mind is changed since I have been trying to overload this RE7000 and seems I can't.
Gigabit port

Cons: I really don't have any cons. Except maybe do not use the WPS set up for security reasons.

Other Thoughts: I have used several range extenders. Most are as easy to set up as the RE7000. But none performed as well.
Very pleased with the LINKSYS RE7000 Max-Stream AC1900+Mu-Mimo W-Fi Extender.
I highly recommend the RE7000 to anyone looking to extend their wifi range.

SteelSeries Rival 100 Optical Gaming Mouse - Forged Red
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5 out of 5 eggs SteelSeries Rival 100 Optical Gaming Mouse - Forged 06/09/2016

This review is from: SteelSeries Rival 100 Optical Gaming Mouse - Forged Red

Pros: This mouse does everything smooth. Feels comfortable in my hand. the custom lighting is great. Quick and responsive. Has a custom made Pixart S3059-SS=Steel Series Optical sensor. Rated for 4 million clicks. Software is extremely easy it install and use from their website. Gives control of everything you may want to customize. The price is very good IMO for what you receive.

Cons: Well I don't like the scroll wheel. Seems a little flimsy and I hate the "click" feel. A bit lite, again that is just my personal opinion.

Other Thoughts: All in all this is among the best mouse I have used. Key here is longevity. All to often my mouse clicks start to not work properly. This one is rated for 4,000,000 clicks. I would recommend this mouse.


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Date Joined: 01/07/04


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  • First Review: 09/25/04
  • Last Review: 07/26/16
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