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Pros: - I love the button layout of this mouse, very easy to find the button you're looking for
- Very responsive
- Onboard memory storage of programming so you can game w/o the software running in the background (also great for taking to LAN party where you only want to take your mouse with) - no installation required. (You have to save the profile config to the mouse before this is possible)
- Very sturdy construction
- Any button can be reassigned to keystroke/macro(including basic right and left mouse buttons) - I know not a common need but I've run into games where this would be helpful.
Cons: - Firmware Upgrade - after the first attempt it said it had completed successfully but no responce from the mouse, had to unplug my mouse and plug it back in again and run the firmware upgrade again in order to actually complete a successful upgrade.
- Programing GUI isn't the most intuitive thing, however once you understand how to use it, it works just fine.
Other Thoughts: - As stated previously, even though the software package for this mouse isn't very intuitive and the firmware upgrade seems a bit buggy, gameplay wise this is the best mouse I've ever used and expect to be using this model for the next 5+ years.
- Because of how sturdy this mouse is constructed, it has a good amount of weight to it (A pro for me)
- My cost of this mouse after rebate was $35
This review is from: Intel SR1475 1U Rackmount Server Chassis with 350W Power Supply
Pros: chassis and power supply came as expected. The Chassis is slightly configurable being able to upgrade to a hot swappable backplane later.
Cons: This product is in the wrong catagory. After recieveing the product and speaking with newegg's support, this 'system' only comes with the chassis, power supply, and accessory bag, no motherboard, thus all the details in the details tab are incorrect. The details tab describe it coming with the "SE7221BK1-E". All of those details should be removed.
Other Thoughts: A barebones computer to me constitues a chassis, power supply, and motherboard and minimum. Besides, I don't know how a chassis can be an "Intel E7221 LGA 775 Intel Pentium 4 800MHz FSB" chipset and all.
I know it never states the actual part number for the motherboard in the description, but I believe being it is in the barebones catagory and describes the motherboard in such detail that they are misadvertising what they are selling.
No pictures of the product were posted by newegg at the time of this review.
This review is from: ASUS P5Q-EM DO LGA 775 Intel Q45 Micro ATX Intel Motherboard
Pros: Board has worked flawless since day 1
No issues with XPPro-32 or Win7-64
Loaded ESX 4.0 w only issue of course being no IPMI
Cons: None that wern't expected, notice placement of SATA ports on MBD in reference to PCIE slot regarding large graphics cards.
Other Thoughts: Please see reviews giving one star because of OS compatibility issues. It states in the manual "This motherboard supports Windows® 32-bit XP/32-bit Vista/64-bit XP/64-bit Vista operating systems (OS)." I know that typically this doesn't mean it does not support other operating systems, but you can't fault the hardware for not supporting something it never said it did in the first place.READ FULL REVIEW