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This review is from: TRENDnet TK-204UK 2-Port DVI USB KVM Switch with Audio Kit
Pros: It works and it offers 2 extra USB ports for devices to be shared.
The USB ports are self powered so no need for the power cord if just sharing kb and mouse.
Cons: Cheaply made and waaaaaaaaaaaaayyyyyy OVER-PRICED !!!!!!!! There is no way I would spend more than $50 for this product.
For $90 or more I expect a much higher level of quality.
Other Thoughts: I have had no issues with this KVM. I have used it with Intel and AMD PCs about 8 years old to brand new. I was lucky enough to have bought it long ago when it was on sale and a rebate was offered so my purchase price was rock bottom.
My favorite way to use it currently is to just use the USB plugs to share a keyboard and mouse between 2 PCs. I don't share the audio or video since I need to view both simultaneously. I like that I can either use the button on the KVM to switch or use their tiny utility and hotkey switch with ease.
This review is from: Logitech G9x Black Two modes scroll USB Wired Laser 5700 dpi Gaming Mouse
Pros: I cannot say anything the many other 4 & 5 stars reviews have said. I just wanted to say that I have 3 of these mice...1 for work (8-10 hours a day of constant aggressive use) 1 for my virtual machine workstation for back & testing and one for my gaming rig (lots of heavy, abusive use). I bought my first one for my gaming rig and after 30 days I bought the other 2 immediately I loved it so much!!!!!!!
Cons: My only gripe is that I feel by now this mouse should be priced around $40-50. Not a big deal though. I would still pay $75 if I had to.
Other Thoughts: I just have absolutely NO reason to look for something better!READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Quiet, affordable, energy efficient, no failures yet!
Cons: Minus 1 egg for mealy 2 year warranty...very pathetic and lame SEAGATE !!!!!!!!
Other Thoughts: I have been running a pair of these in RAID 1 configuration for one year solid in my Synology DS211J NAS device. These devices get lots of use on a daily basis. I also have these in many of my clients' NAS devices in various RAID configs. These drives are perfect for environments where 7200RPM speeds are needed or not as important as energy savings and reliable functionality are.
I can honestly report between myself and about 30 or more of these in client locations, none have been RMA'd or given any problems so far. I have had drives from WD, Fujitsu, Samsung and Seagate fail. That is part of the game my friends. It happens. I can say that the RMA experience with Seagate has always been painless and replaced within 2-3 weeks at most.