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This review is from: V7 M30P20-7N Black 3 Buttons 1 x Wheel PS/2 Wired Optical 1000 dpi Mouse
Pros: No problem being recognized in Windows 7, shows as a Microsoft PS/2 mouse, so no issues with setup. Shipped fast - more kudos to Newegg on their quick delivery!
Cons: Has a cheap and light feel to it, so would be wary of heavy usage. The 1000 DPI is somewhat erratic in a normal environment, might work better for gamers. Pointer sort of shakes and wavers a bit, like it's trying to find the right place to land.
Other Thoughts: Have been trying to replace a Gears Head mouse which I really liked, but it went dead after 2 years and they don't sell the same model anymore. Tried Kensington, V7, and Logitech, but still can't find something to my liking, am trying a more expensive HP mouse next.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Has a 5-foot cord in case anyone needs to know. Don't know why they don't state the cord length in the specs. Has a solid feel to it.
Cons: I'm a heavy Excel user, am used to scrolling up and down a worksheet by using the mouse wheel - except this mouse won't scroll reliably in Excel. Will sometimes scroll a few lines then stop dead. Useless to me.
Other Thoughts: Stick with a trusted name brand like Microsoft, HP, Logitech, etc.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: WD TV Play Media Player WDBMBA0000NBK-HESN
Pros: I've got this WD unit, and a Netgear (NeoTV) unit. The WD is much better than the Netgear, loads faster and has a much better remote control handheld device. Has HDMI and composite connections (the Netgear only has HDMI, requiring a conversion kit for older TV's).
Cons: The composite cable provided is only about 24" long, so, you may need to buy a longer cable or use barrel connectors and connect another set of cables if the distance from the unit to your TV connections will be over 24".
Other Thoughts: Very quick setup, only took about 5 minutes, it picked-up my wireless network right away and now connects in a flash.READ FULL REVIEW