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Pros: It was a fine SSD. No issues while it worked.
Cons: Stopped working after 11 months. This is the first time I've had a negative experience with a Corsair product, and I figured that for $200 I'd be getting more than a year of usability.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Great ergonomic design
-You can hold this mouse either with your whole hand or with your fingertips as per preference. It's fantastically weighted and molded.
-I like the silver mottled design, the black/silver/red looks sleek and nice.
-For gaming, fantastic and precise. It goes up to ridiculous sensitivity settings, but I can't imagine needing them. The lower ones are fine, and the software and on-board memory is fantastic.
-After getting used to this mouse, it's really fantastically precise. Now that I'm good with it, I'm in need of a better mousepad, since the sensitivity is so good.
-The plastic body is ROCK. SOLID. I've never been able to make it bend at all, even intentionally.
-Braided cable - for people who aren't familiar with it, you don't know what you're missing. It's great and really durable.
-The weights are also nice.
Cons: Button design
-I don't see why people confuse the thumb keys with the dpi adjustment - I haven't had that problem. The keys are a bit close together, however, and take some getting used to.
-mouse wheel buttons are kind of... tough. Especially clicking straight down. If you like to use scroll wheel commands (other than spinning, which is great), you might want to look elsewhere.
Other Thoughts: For the price, a fantastic mouse. I haven't had any major problems with it, and it's moved around with me everywhere. TF2/Bad Company has never been better. Really deserves the 5 stars.READ FULL REVIEW
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