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This review is from: Microsoft Wireless Sculpt Ergonomic Desktop
Pros: Palm rest for keyboard is nicely placed.
Cons: The keyboard reminds me of "chicklet" keyboards of many years ago. There's very little feedback on key presses. You can't have both the function keys and special keys usable at the same time -- you have to flip a switch on the keyboard to use either one or the other.
The didn't find the shape of the mouse fits in the hand very well. Mouse button three is oddly placed so that you have to move your thumb uncomfortably to get to it.
After only a month of use mouse button one started to stick as though it was rubbing inside it's slot. I had to force press. I found it particularly annoying in video games where quick mouse responsiveness is critical.
Other Thoughts: The previous ergonomic keyboard and mouse was MUCH better but unfortunately they only offer those in wired keyboards now which sucks.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: Logitech H800 USB Connector Supra-aural Wireless Headset
Pros: It's comfortable to wear and the audio quality from the headphones when listening is good.
Cons: Unfortunately the microphone is not good. The pickup on the microphone is quite horrible. At maximum recording level it barely registers my voice. And the Logitech driver, such as it is, doesn't have a mic boost feature. I just bought it today at Be$t-buy and I'm returning it tomorrow.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: ASUS Sabertooth X79 LGA 2011 Intel X79 SATA 6Gb/s USB 3.0 ATX Intel Motherboard
Pros: Nothing in particular.
Cons: My audio completely stopped working all the sudden -- I have generic speakers connected via the single green audio plug in the back of the computer and a headset plugged into the front panel green audio plug. An internet search revealed that MANY other people are having the same audio problem. All connections are well seated and I double verified to be in the correct connectors. All the latest drivers. The realtek sound manager GUI displays all of the audio ports dimmed as though no speakers are plugged in. Very frustrated after 3 days of unsuccessful troubleshooting. A computer without audio is basically a brick. I'm sure it isn't a hardware problem but some kind of software/driver problem.
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