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Pros: -Great sensitivity
-Thumb buttons (useful for grenades, and vent/TS commands)
-Responsive clicking (I have never missed a beat
-Durable, this thing will last through the slamming on the desk
-Change DPI without opening a program
-Customizable DPI scaling (both x and y axes)
-Multiple customizable presets
-Management program is light on resources, easy to use, and doesn't run in background.
-OLED LCD displays your current DPI and a custom image, no need to minimize!
Cons: -Grip is really designed for right handed people only, not really a con for me but most definitely for others.
Other Thoughts: This thing lasted 3 years of slamming and pounding and never missed a beat until one day I really got in a rage and broke it. It still works, but the grip is messed up and it is taped together now.
Really can't wait for the the Sentinel Advance II, if it isn't released soon I will have to go back to my second choice of replacements, the Naga Hex.
Pros: Up to 3x the data cycles
Cons: SATA II, no speed benefits, or storage size benefits.
Other Thoughts: I'm not knocking intel, because their price is justified. Along with the new features, the eMLC and eSLC NAND chips are certified for 3x the data cycles. The average MLC NAND has a 10,000 cycle average. The eMLC NAND is certified (in some cases) for more than 30,000 cycles. That is your price justificationREAD FULL REVIEW