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Pros: Picture Quality
Cons: ASUS warranty
Other Thoughts: I had this monitor for 3 days before it got a stuck red pixel. Right around the left center, it only appeared on black backgrounds or dark backgrounds, and soon I got used to it. Tried a bunch of possible fixes but all of them either worked for a few minutes, or not at all. Asus will only warranty the screen if there are 3 or more stuck/dead pixels. I was pretty surprised that a top tier computer hardware manufacturer would have something like this. Without the stuck pixel this monitor is excellent. Overall I would recommend it.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Solid construction
Uses MS driver
Excellent feedback on triggers and joysticks
Buttons dont depress into shell like MS cont.
Easy to find cheaper than MS controller
Cons: Very slightly smaller than MS controller.
Bumper and joystick clicks are very audible.
Other Thoughts: This is, to this day, the only controller that I would select to use over a first party controller for a console. I was skeptical at first, because I had usually only trusted first party brands to deliver a quality controller, but the GPX definitely changed my mind. The controller just feels better to use than the standard MS one, and it is build just as well. My favorite part are the buttons, then just feel better and more tight to press than MS. I also prefer these stiff triggers for racing games, they feel more precise than MS. My only real dislike of this controller comes from the ergonomic feel. It is only slightly smaller than the MS, and angled more inward it seems. Still feels great to hold onto, but not as seemless as the MS. Despite that, I would still rather play on this than a MS controller. Buy this, you wont regret it.READ FULL REVIEW
4 DPI settings
Can adjust sensitivity separately for games/windows
7 LED settings
Very durable microswitches
Excellent grip from matte rubber
Cons: Glossy plastic strip on right side?
Other Thoughts: I upgraded to this mouse from a CM Inferno I had for 2.5 years. Compared to the Inferno, it is a little lighter, wider, and shorter. Overall the mouse is noticeably more ergonomic than the Inferno, and the buttons press lighter and quieter. The software is also easier to understand and use than previous CM Storm software. Kind of the same size and feel to the Corsair mice. I love how the bottom of this mouse is mostly surface plastic, (makes it very slippy on hard surfaces, great for cloth pads) and the matte rubber coating on the top is absolutely great to handle. Ribbed rubber on the left side is great for grip, but the plastic strip on the right should have been all matte rubber. Mouse seems to be built really well, not making any creaking or cracking noises when roughed up. Cord seems a tad shorter than most mice, and is braided. The DPI setting is also phenomenal, allowing you to fine tune to your liking, all the way up to 8200 dpi. I was using 4000 dpi constantly on the Inferno, but now seem to be in the 4800-5400 range, and my CS:GO game has seen some improvement. Overall I think this is a great mouse for a great price, and is perfect for those with averaged sized hands, looking for a extremely customizable and ergonomic solution.READ FULL REVIEW