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This review is from: SYBA SD-AUD20101 USB Stereo + SPDIF Combo Adapter, Optical Digital Output, Black
Pros: This is the best option on the market to add an optical SPDIF out to your computer. It's low profile and low cost.
For this use, product works as intended.
Other Thoughts: You will need to buy an optical SPDIF to 3.5mm adapter for your optical SPDIF cable in order to use it with this device. Shouldn't cost you more than $3.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: 120Hz, better colors than the newer ASUS VG248QE monitor, very nice menu system.
Cons: Pathetic wobbly stand, somewhat annoying/difficult to plug in DVI/power cables because of the design.
Other Thoughts: My 2233RZ fell over and broke once because of the wobbly stand. Thankfully Samsung repaired it for me. They even paid for the shipping.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: Microsoft Compact Optical Mouse 500
Pros: - Long cord
- The small size subconsciously trains your hand to use the claw grip!
Cons: - I have to use a mouse pad.
I mean having a mouse pad isn't a big deal, but I'd rather reduce clutter and just use the mouse on my desk. Unfortunately when I do that, the cursor skips around the screen and stuff.
Other Thoughts: One day I needed a mouse. Since this was the least expensive, I bought this.
Since then I've started gaming and this mouse has impressed me. I'm able to keep 2:1 K/D ratio on Call of Duty 4, but then again that game is just spray and pray.
On a game like Crysis, my K/D is much worse. Although I'm pretty sure my frame rate has a lot more to do with that than this mouse.
I've never used a good mouse, so I have no idea how this compares.
Display Name: Cuauhtemoc S.
Date Joined: 04/27/10
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