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This review is from: Corsair MM200 CH-9000086-WW Extended Edition Gaming Mouse Mat
Pros: Surface tracks well
Cons: Too wide
Other Thoughts: This mat is quite nice, however upon opening the roll you are instantly hit with a strong offensive chemical odder. This odder takes about a day or so to dissipate. Initially I thought the extra wide dimensions of this mat would be nice but honestly it takes up almost my entire desk, fitting my keyboard and mouse with room to spare. However that being said the extra is nice at times because it allows you to move the mouse further with out having to pick it up to reposition it on the mat.
A thought to consider with soft mouse mats is the longevity of the edges. Thus far the mat has yet to separate, peel, or roll, but its some thing I will be looking for over the coming months.
This review is from: TP-LINK UH700 USB 3.0 7 port Desktop Hub, with Power Adapter
Pros: 7 Ports
Cons: Power on the Side
I don't have 7 USB 3.0 devices.
Other Thoughts: This is a fantastic USB 3.0 hub. It has worked flawlessly for me thus far. Transfer speeds are about what you would expect for USB 3.0. The only issue I have with this hub is that the power on on the left side of the unit.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: CORSAIR Flash Voyager GTX 256GB Flash Drive Model CMFVYGTX3-256GB
Place to store cap on rear of flash drive
Cons: Large, may obscure second usb port.
Using a lanyard the place to store the cap at the rear is not able to accept the cap.
Other Thoughts: Good grief this drive is fast, its like a Ferrari Enzo or Bugatti Veyron. Plug this puppy into USB 3.0 and hope your chair has a headrest because because you are about to experience break neck speeds from a flash drive.
Have I mentioned this drive is ridiculously fast, and at two hundred and fifty six gigabytes you can copy an entire collection of cat videos to it in the time it would take you to watch a few.
On a more serious note, I have used this drive to move large files, and a large number of files between a few computers using both USB 2.0 and 3.0. This drive will max out USB 2.0, and in USB 3.0 some files finish copying before windows could give me a time estimate.
The body is sturdy and made from what I believe to be aluminum. Even the cap is mostly metal.
At the rear of the body is an end cap that has a cut out for what would be like a lanyard attachment. The down side of using a lanyard would be that the back is also able to accept the cap, unfortunately using a lanyard blocks the cap attachment. It would be nice to see another place to attach a lanyard separate from a cap attachment point.
Over all this is an awesome flash drive that has the storage space and speed to replace external hard drives for most of my daily needs.
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