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Pros: The keyboard lights up.
I can change the color with a push of a key from red to blue.
Keys are very responsive.
The mouse even has lights on it, and I can turn them off to conserve battery life..
Mouse is super responsive, compared to my old Microsoft mouse..
Cons: No instructions on how to set this up. I mistakenly thought my mouse didn't have the USB dongle to connect it wirelessly to the pc. After much searching, I found that it was embedded into the mouse. It is located on the bottom of the mouse, for others that get this kit.. A simple card or some sort of instructions as to its placement would have saved me alot of grief..
Other Thoughts: The added buttons are going to take some getting used to. I wish I could turn off the side buttons, because my palm keeps hitting them and is kinda frustrating. I guess this will be a learning curve for me..
All in all, I'm happy with my purchase and would recommend this combo to a friend.
Pros: Low power draw...4GB DDR5-Ram...Fans only turn on when needed, so makes it silent while doing normal day to day things.. Small. This thing is shorter than my old GTX770 and I don't see it being a problem fitting into any mid-size case..
Cons: Constant TICK when doing 3D intensive stuff, such as gaming or benchmarking in 3DMark11.. The TICK is very noticeable, even with headphones on..
Other Thoughts: The EVGA customer support is 2nd to none. They are awesome. They even called me, to initiate an RMA, to help me solve my ticking problem... But now after two RMA's, I'm still getting a TICK from my EVGA GTX970.. I swapped out the 970 with my old 770, and the ticking went away.. But since I had sold my 770 to a neighbor to help with the cost of the 970, I had to remove it and put this Ticking card back in my system... I even offered him an even trade for my old 770 and he could have the 970, but he didn't like the tick either..The support staff told me the ticking wouldn't cause any harm to the system, but I'm still VERY disappointed in my upgrade choice....READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: TP-LINK TL-WR841N Wireless N300 Home Router, 300Mbps, IP QoS, WPS Button
Pros: Easy setup.. I never needed the included drive cd.. Windows 7 recognized it right away, and I was off surfing the net again..
Cons: none that I can think of...
Other Thoughts: My only gripe was the initial login to the router.. It says in the instruction pamphlet that it is 192.168.1.1, but I had to log in to the router at address 192.168.0.1 ... I'm not sure as to why this was, but it only set me back less than 60 seconds on getting the wi-fi password setup..READ FULL REVIEW