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Pros: The sensor is very accurate. I found the three default DPI to be reasonable and did not need to change it. I use the mouse on a hardwood surface and cloth mousepad and found the tracking to be very precise.
Feel and ergonomics of the mouse is rather surjective opinion. The top of the mouse is smooth and the side has a nice textured surface. I'd prefer a more rounded profile because that's what I'm used to to but the mouse is comfortable to use.
Weight system: I like the feel of the mouse with all three weights installed. But also see con.
A nice and hefty scroll wheel with a nice reassuring tactile feedback.
Cons: Weight system: Does not come with additional weights or varying weights. The mouse game with 3 weights preinstalled so you're limited to how you can adjust it.
Other Thoughts: I would recommend this mouse for someone looking for a sensible gaming mouse that won't break the bank.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: The Corsair M45 is a very sensible budget minded gaming mouse. Its 4000 dpi optical sensor is accurate and a joy to use in FPS games. I found the three default preprogrammed sensitivity settings adequate and found myself on the mid setting the majority of the time. The stop surface of the mouse is very smooth with a nice textured surface on the sides to improve grip.
The adjustable weight system is rather surjective but I like the weight of the mouse. I'm used to using a lot of wireless mouse which are weighed down by battery. Although it isn't as heavy as a wireless mouse but it definitely has heft to it. However also see con.
Cons: Ergonomics is a bit weird. A bit too rectangular for my hands but not uncomfortable.
Does not come with different weights adjustments. It comes with three weights installed and so fine tuning the weight system is rather limited.
Other Thoughts: No fuss mouse for budget minded gamers. Classic two button, scroll wheel, back/forward, and sensitivity controls.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: CORSAIR Voyager Mini 32GB USB 3.0 Flash Drive Model CMFMINI3-32GB
Pros: Sleek industrial design with included keyring. Good thing too since this drive is soo small that it'll be easy to lose.
32 GB is more than enough storage space for me.
Excellent read speed, benchmarked speeds where leaps and bounds better than my previous "large" storage 16gb SanDisk Drive.
5 year warranty. More than generous IMO for a USB drive.
Cons: Small size makes it easy to lose but that's why the keyring is included. In my case, I have a lot of keys so I don't want my keys hanging on the USB port so I attached a souvenir style keyring to it.
Other Thoughts: Benchmark using Roadkil's Disk Speed 2.0 on a USB3.0 Port :
Access time: 0.53 ms, Cache speed 85.67 mb/s, Max Read Speed 83.32 mb/s, Overall score 23575.8
Random Reads 1kb Blocks, 1.82mb/s, 4k Blocks 6.60mb/s, 16k blocks 20.25mb/s, 128kb blocks 55.61 mb/s, 1024kb blocks 77.94mbs.
Comapred to a SanDisk Micro Cruiser 16gb (USB2.0 drive on a USB3.0 port):
Access Time: 0.58ms, Cashed Speed 45.44 mb/s, Max Read Speed 25.24, Overall score,
1kb block 1.59 mb/s, 4k block 5.76 mb/s, 16k 1.44 mb/s, 128kb block 15.10 mb/s.
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Date Joined: 06/03/05
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