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This review is from: Team Group 32GB C143 USB 3.0 Flash Drive (TC143332GW01)
Pros: It makes sure you know how to use data-recovery software.
Need a headache? You found it.
Cons: 2 drives died in less than 5 months of VERY light use...
Other Thoughts: The best tip I can give is : try the next cheap/well-rated USB key.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: Corsair M65 Vengeance USB Wired Laser Gaming Mouse
Pros: Superb design, build quality and finish; sides are like a VERY soft sand paper, and the top is that "high-quality-feels-rubbery" plastic. Braided cable is a nice touch (slides better on most mousepads).
Favorite features : adjustable weight, sniper button, metal/rubber scrolling wheel.
Well thought out :
- The DPI adjustment buttons are easy to access, yet are never accidentally hit.
- The "empty spots" on the mouse do not interfere whatsoever with my grip; it's actually quite fun
Cons: The first one I received started sticking on the right clicks after a few hours of gaming (involving a LOT of right clicks -- LoL). RMA'd with absolutely no trouble -- they even offered express.
Other Thoughts: I really like the idea of the connector not being centered, but I don't think it makes any difference performance-wise. Had a "semi-defective" mouse with sticky right clicks and Corsair support was very understanding and easy to work with. Looking forward to doing business again. LOVE my K70 sitting next to it (by far favorite keyboard); though the red/blue LEDs don't match (I may or may not have an OCD) :)READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: The price seemed fair, foldable design was a good idea.
Cons: The foldable design is poorly thought out, it feels like it's more likely to break in transport while folded.
Not one other electronic equipment I own has a plastic that feels THIS cheap. Some parts might look like metal; they are not.
The pairing has been nothing but a pain. I have mostly used it with my desktop computer with a cheap nano bluetooth adapter, so it might be at fault.