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Pros: Very good looking monitor. Came with no dead pixels. Well worth the $140.
Cons: I haven't had any problems so far.
Other Thoughts: No HDMI or display port, but if you want that look at the specs before buying.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Very good standard sized laptop. The AMD processor can handle everything you throw at it. Runs Solidworks better than most desktops with integrated graphics. Light with good battery life.
This just works with no problems and everything that is advertised is delivered. It always stays cool unless you block the exhaust vent, but even then it goes back to normal within a minute when you let it breath.
Cons: No lighted keyboard and it doesn't feel solid. The entire computer doesn't feel flimsy, but I know it won't stand up to any type of abuse. Trackpad likes to do its own thing sometimes. The 5400rpm hard drive feels very slow.
Other Thoughts: I got this in a hurry after my Alienware M11x died and a budget laptop obviously won't compare to it. It is probably the best laptop for the price. You won't have any hardware problems, but get something a little more solid if you plan to abuse it. An SSD also works wonders.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: I decided to treat myself to a good mouse when my $10 one died. It is amazing how much of a difference there is between this and any other mouse I've used. It feels solid, DPI is adjustable on the fly for your friends that aren't used to gaming sensitivity, and the braided cable is a nice touch.
Cons: Not for left handed people.READ FULL REVIEW