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Pros: Best trackball for HTPC period! Keys are fair quality, Battery latch flies off if dropped. I use duct tape to keep mine on. Goes through batteries like there's no tomorrow. However with rechargeable the life is months on a single charge.
Cons: Trackball, and the lack or ability to REMOVE, REPLACE, OR CLEAN THE TRACKBALL AREA. Customer service will ask for your serial number. The serial number is so small I have 20/20 and cannot see it. I had to get a magnifying glass and confirm the numbers with 4 people. I then wrote the number on the back of the keyboard with a magic marker.
Other Thoughts: I love the trackball I have purchased about 7 so far. I/O gear's customer service hold times, then the small print on the keyboard makes it difficult to provide customer service the correct info in order to process a RMA.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Sound Quality. I have spent huge sums on sound cards and money is no object when it comes to sound. This hands down has been the best sound card I have ever purchased. I am saddened today to find the product has been discontinued. 4/13/2012
Cons: product Discontinued : (
Other Thoughts: Early in the build around 2006 the TB drivers sucked- I used HT-striker drivers which were simply AMAZING! then TB stepped up it's game and provided better drivers. This is the BEST!READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Sends Content to Computer and X-Box or other extenders through network cable, eliminates need for cable box tuner and reduces rental fee charged by content providers. 1080i/HD picture is great. Records 3 shows at the same time. My family loves it. Returning my PVR and Cable box to FIOS
Cons: Doe's not work with Vista, or XP MCE. No channel hacks....lol
Other Thoughts: Does not work with Vista, I had no problems with vista however win 7 is designed for digital cable cards. Win 7 is capped at recording only 4 tuners max. An app called tunersalad removes that limitation and allows win-7 to use up to 16 tuners. The app cost $5.00. I plan to Tunersalad and another Prime.READ FULL REVIEW