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Pros: -Small enough to be unobtrusive as a TV remote
-Integrated trackball. Vastly superior to a touchpad.
Cons: -Strange key layout, still haven't gotten used to the apostrophe, equals, tilde and the tiny tab key.
-No on/off switch, it just goes into standby after a minute or so of inactivity
-No indicator to tell standby from on.
-weak wireless connection. Often disconnects because my legs are between it and the receiver.
Other Thoughts: I'm torn between this and the old Logitech K400. On the one hand, this makes more sense in the living room (due to its size), and it has a trackball... on the other hand, the K400 will maintain its connection from the front yard, or through two doors and a ceiling, much less mere body parts. Also, it only turns off when you tell it to.
On the upside, I have both now.
Pros: -Great look for a home theater setup, like a larger, more professional-looking playstation
-Well-designed layout for an easy build
-Drive bays are simple to remove and reinstall
-Decent ventilation for its size
Cons: -Edges aren't quite all rolled, but it wouldn't be a good PC build without a minor blood sacrifice.
-Mine arrived without a case fan
Other Thoughts: Not sure if it was supposed to come with a case fan, honestly. It's there in the open-case photos, but not in the specs.
Mine came with a strange little half-pipe shaped mounting bracket in its 120mm fan slot (just forward of the PSU).
This review is from: 5.25" CD DVD ROM Motherboard 20 Pin to USB 3.0 2 Ports Front Panel Bracket pc laptop
Pros: Exactly what it claims to be... mounted right into one of my extra optical drive slots with standard hardware, then hooked up to my new motherboard with a standard cable.
Cons: Lots of blank space on the panel, I guess? I think they should make another model with 4 ports and 2 cables, there's plenty of room, and lots of motherboards support multiple 3.0 front-panel ports.
Other Thoughts: This was a nice cheap way to modernize my old first-run Antec 900. Front-panel USB 3.0 makes for very convenient thumbstick usage.READ FULL REVIEW
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