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This review is from: Corsair MM200 CH-9000086-WW Extended Edition Gaming Mouse Mat
Pros: It's more like a desk mat. It's designed to have everything placed on it which gives more room for mouse movement. A keyboard will not slide around and the mouse glides perfectly across the surface. Physically its not much different than a quality mouse pad.
Cons: A little pricey, even on sale. As others have pointed out, it has a strong odor. But let it air out for a day or so and it will be fine.
Other Thoughts: A little over 3 feet in width, it will only fit on a 3 foot wide flat surface. If there is a need for a wide desk mat that has the same physical properties as a mouse pad, then the Corsair MM200 Mouse Mat is perfect.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: Corsair MM600 CH-9000084-WW Double-Sided Gaming Mouse Mat
Pros: Dual surface gives gamers a preference on what feels the best during gameplay. Made from High grade materials, will probably last forever. Large surface area for greater amount of movement. Requires a gaming mouse to really take advantage of the surfaces but a regular mouse feels great too. Some mice are programmable and will detect the type of surface being played on. The mouse mat is perfect for competitive players or anyone who just wants the best experience while using mouse and keyboard.
Cons: Some fancy mice come with a braided/threaded type wire and if the wire rubs coarse surface of the mouse pad, it makes a scratching noise. I had to place the wire in a certain way to lessen the friction. It's a little annoying but I was able to resolve the issue. Very large, not really a con, but it requires at least 14” square surface to be placed on.
Other Thoughts: Tested with a 4000DPI Etekcity gaming mouse. I don't notice any break in control. It feels great running across either surface side of the mouse mat. Again, I will reiterate, the mouse mat will mostly benefit serious gamers, professional and competitive will have the advantage. It may also be good for CAD designers who do that type of work.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: 3 large external antenna. The body of the router is large yet very light weight. Clear green LED indicators on the front, for both 5Ghz and 2.4Ghz bandwidths, 4 Ethernet ports, power, Internet, etc
Simple and cleanly laid out configuration console screen with a built-in quick setup feature once logged in as administrator. For each configuration page there is a help column section on the right side of the page with ample amount of information and explanations. Very helpful.
Dual band main and guest networks, 4 total wireless networks, 6 antennas (3 internal and 3 external)
FTP, Media, and Print Server Setups via USB connections (USB storage), like having 3 servers when all are configured. User accounts for the storage can also be set up.
Easy to setup parental controls as well as Internet access control to allow or deny connections.
Power button on the back of the router is a big plus and there’s a switch to enable or disable wireless.
Cons: Dual USB 2.0, wish they were USB 3.0
Other Thoughts: TP-Link AC1200 is a full featured router, well laid out and made easy to configure for even the most novice of users. Multiple features included for advance network specialists. The TP-Link Archer C5 AC1200 is well worth the price.
Note the following wireless speed sets within a distance of one room:
Surface Pro 2.4GHz = 130Mbps
Surface Pro 5GHz = 270Mbps
HP ProBook 2.4GHz = 54Mbps
HP ProBook 5GHz = 300Mbps
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