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Pros: This mouse is good looking and feature packed. It’s comfortable for long periods of use and offers a good feeling even with fairly large hands. Seems base-heavy, which really provides a premium feel. Its top buttons, wheel, and left buttons are easily accessed. Ambidextrous, if that's your thing. The Sensei has highly customizable software that allows access to all of the Sensei’s power. It offers the ability to create up to five separate game profiles. You can assign buttons to macros, change sensor settings, and set the color of the three lighted areas, independently, to any one of 16.8 million colors. Any of the lights can also be disabled if you would prefer. There is a little LCD panel on the bottom which displays a custom grayscale bitmap that is 128x32. And it is fast!
Cons: I’m not sure if I’m just not comfortable with the right side buttons, but they just don’t seem to be easily accessible without having to move my hand to reach them. The settings in the software seem to be lost if you do things not the way they were intended. The LCD panel being on the bottom is sort of gimmicky as most of the time you won't be looking at it while gaming, although you can change the settings from it.
Other Thoughts: The Sensei fits well in my hand and offers lots of power and flexibility, which may extend to a bit of an edge in gaming. The Sensei worked on Windows 7 & 8 (using software from the website) and MacOSX 10.6 (software also from website, required two reboots). I received no response from it on my Ubuntu 12.04 Linux box.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: SanDisk Ultra Dual 32GB USB OTG Flash Drive Model SDDD-032G-A46
Pros: This drive offers a small and efficient design with pull-back access covers on both sides that expose either the USB or microUSB side. The area that doesn’t slide back has a very light texture to it. 32 gigabytes of space is enough for a decent collection of HD movie rips, music galore, or whatever might be your pleasure. USB2 Speeds.
Cons: This drive did not fit either of my phones while they were in their bulky otterbox cases, nor did it fit without causing a small tear in the waterproof rubber port cover of my GS4A. Removal of the case to attach the USB drive is not very feasible. If you have anything other than a very slim slip cover for your phone, or no case at all, you’ll probably need to take the case off to use the drive. This is my biggest caveat about this device and why one star was removed. it needs to include a short extension cable or have a longer microUSB connector. USB2 speeds, although that is what most droids are using these days.
Other Thoughts: This drive worked with my Samsung Galaxy 4 Active, but did not work with my older Motorola Atrix 2. The Samsung is listed as supported, whereas the Motorola was not. No surprise or disappointment there.
The drive was accessible under the phone settings. In the settings I could do the usual android stuff like see the available/used space, mount/unmount, or format the OTG memory.
This drive is a neat way of carrying those large files you can’t afford to waste space storing on your phone. I see this as being an extremely useful way to transport extra data with you for your phone and is a must if your phone doesn’t have expandable memory (e.g. SD card).
This review is from: USB 2.0 Digital DVB-T HDTV TV Tuner Recorder Receiver Stick RTL-SDR+DAB+FM R820T
Pros: This device receives frequencies from 60MHz to 1.8Ghz, with the right antenna(s)
Cons: Included antenna is barely capable of FM radio reception. Still haven't used the included software
Other Thoughts: Quite a deal if you're willing to dig into SDRREAD FULL REVIEW