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Pros: I bought one in 2013 and I'm still playing Csgo with it. seriously 25 bucks for 3 years.
Seems to save button configurations internally because I reinstalled windows and my key binds were still there??? I did not reinstall the driver software.
Comes with plenty of weights and extra pads. I lost the extra pads, so I super glued the other ones on. Not pretty but functional.
Has a thumb button and a ring finger button which I set to double click and my push to talk.
All buttons are responsive, not crisp anymore but that's to be expected after 3 years of FPS.
Cons: suffers slightly from walking. Which is where you lift up the mouse with your wrist planted over and over, then see if the cursor "walks" in any direction.
Other Thoughts: Absolutely blown away by this mouse. I can buy two more of these for the cost of a brand name gaming mouse and it seems to perform on the same level.
Don't get sucked into other brands sensor race. In reality the extra sensor accuracy is not going to change your gaming abilities at all. BUY IT.
This review is from: Silicon Power 16GB Jewel J80 USB 3.0 Flash Drive
Pros: Rugged, feels durable and has been on my keyring for months getting used for OS installs, data, kill disc, and back up storage and both of mine are going strong.
140/46 read/write which is plenty fast enough for 16 gb. (to fill it up at 46 MB/s it would take about 40 minutes to write)
Cons: Not quite what USB 3.0 is capable of but I dont care because its cost and seemingly durable design.
For the people who seem to be getting ones that fail quickly I think they didn't do much quality assurance on this drive.
Not having a cover can be a bad thing when the pins inside start to get worn down from use and dirt/dust.
Other Thoughts: Just bought 3 more. At under 50 cents per GB come on just buy it.
I couldnt mark with a sharpie, (not a con really) as it just rubbed off.
I have to file marks onto the ring to distinguish mine. When the next three get here I will have 32 GB with all my drivers backed up and my Windows install disc creator / kill disc creator / essential programs 16gb made into a kill disc, 16gb made into windows install disc, 16 gb with diagnostic/virus hunting programs, and 16 gb empty to have for any extraneous boot disc i may need.
I kind of wish there was an 8 gb option as things like killdisc arent even a single MB and windows install doesnt need 16 gb.
This review is from: Kingston HyperX Predator 240 GB Internal Solid State Drive
Pros: 1400 MB/s read for lightning fast OS load
Cons: Price. You can get the same one without the adapter if you have an m.2 slot on your mobo.
Other Thoughts: Great buy for the 200 ish dollars i spent. It was probably these people who are now selling it who bought all of them and moved the page.
Doesnt tell you any specs so here it is
Learn more about the HyperX SHPM2280P2/240G
Internal Solid State Drive (SSD)
PCI-Express 2.0 x4
Max Sequential Read
1290MB/s (AS-SSD and CrystalDiskMark)
Max Sequential Write
4KB Random Read
Up to 120,000 IOPS
4KB Random Write
Up to 78,000 IOPS
Fast - PCIe connection provides higher speeds than SATA-based solid-state drives for the ultimate computing experience
Blazing performance - ultra-responsive multitasking and overall faster system
Reliable - rugged and durable to take your system to the edge
Form factor - M.2 with optional Half-Height Half-length adapter to fit in both new and older motherboards
Guaranteed - three-year warranty and free technical support
Power Consumption (Idle)
Power Consumption (Active)
0°C ~ +70°C
-40°C ~ +85°C
Max Vibration Resistance
Operating: 2.17G Peak (7-800Hz)
Non-operating: 20G Peak (10-2000Hz)
Dimensions & Weight