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This review is from: 7” Android 4.2 1GB DDR3 Dual-Core Tablet w/ HDMI & Front Camera + Leather Keyboard Case - 1024*600,1.3GHz,4GB Flash,Extend to 32GB,Wifi,Google Play/Amazon Kindle/Netflix Pre-Installed
Pros: Cheap, easy enough to use.
Cons: Underpowered, slow, glitchy, short battery life.
Other Thoughts: This tablet is good enough, I suppose, if you absolutely cannot afford anything else, but if you want a decent tablet, you're better off dropping maybe $100 more for something better. This tablet is slow, underpowered, glitchy, unresponsive. It's so slow and its touchscreen so unresponsive, in fact, that it often falls back into sleep mode while you're trying to slide to unlock. The touchscreen is inaccurate, the battery life is pitifully short, and after only a few months of ownership, the device now seems to be refusing to boot properly. This problem may eventually be solvable, but for now, I must give this item 2 out of 5 eggs, and that's being -very- generous.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: High capacity, low price.
Cons: Began producing problems within minutes of being installed, partitioned and formatted.
Other Thoughts: It could've just been bad luck, but this drive gave me nothing but problems. After partitioning and formatting, I began attempting to transfer files and folders to the drive(mostly gaming-related items). As I was doing this, my drive suddenly "disappeared," refusing to show up in Windows, but still registering as active in my PC's BIOS. I searched for many solutions before eventually coming across the idea to use a "clean" command on the drive to wipe it, then re-partition and re-format it. I did all of this, losing a lot of data in the process, only for the drive to immediately "disappear" yet again, this time the second I made a new folder on the drive. This time, it didn't show up in my BIOS at all.
I can't recommend or condemn this drive, as sometimes hardware is just wonky, but my experience in trying to use this drive was rather unpleasant. Buy and use at your own risk.
This review is from: Optical USB Wired Gaming Mouse 800/1200/1600DPI
Pros: -Extra function buttons
-Comfortable in the hand
-Nice features overall
Cons: -Can only use one button at a time; no holding down multiple mouse buttons(this is a deal-breaker)
Other Thoughts: As a regular mouse, this product is nice. It has extra keys, which are very useful, as well as 4 DPI settings, to change your pointer speed quickly and easily. Unfortunately, this is a GAMING mouse, and it fails spectacularly at this task. Many games require you to hold one mouse button to bring up sights or a scope, and then press another button(usually the left button) to fire. Unfortunately, due to a bug in this mouse's design, only one button can be held at once. So if you hold right button to aim, then try to hit the left button to fire, it cancels out the right button's input, pulling you out of scope and preventing you from firing. I tried messing with options, updating and reinstalling drivers, even going on Google to look for solutions; nothing worked.
So unfortunately, I must give this mouse just one star, and I will be seeking a refund. Don't buy this mouse.