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This review is from: Logitech B120 Black 3 Buttons Tilt Wheel USB or PS/2 Wired Optical 800 dpi Mouse
Pros: If you build a computer you're likely to have one or two old-fashioned PS/2 ports. Getting a PS/2 supporting mouse will free up a USB port which you can use for something else.
Other Thoughts: Great mouse and PS/2 support a plus!READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Great remote for Windows Media Center, as well as Winamp, K-Lite and other Windows multimedia programs. Also works well with Linux.
Cons: Most, but not all, of the buttons work properly with Linux. This is a problem with most MCE remotes on Linux, but again, the Rosewill RRC-126 has only a few buttons that don't work.
Other Thoughts: Not exactly sure what "Netflix Function" means. I'm currently using Windows 7 only on my main PC and there is no mention of Netflix in Device Manager or anywhere else. But to have a MCE remote work so well with Linux is rare.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: SABRENT SBT-SP6C 5.1 Channels PCI Interface Sound Card
Pros: If you're the kind of guy that would take out an old computer you don't use and install FreeDOS on it for a weekend of nostalgia and fun, you'll need a sound card with Sound Blaster compatibility in mind. This sound card is a great choice!
Cons: The DOS drivers (C-Media CMI8738 chipset) are not on the CD or Web site and impossible to find. Were impossible to find, but I found them on some Russian site and uploaded them to VOGONSDrivers.com, the sister site of the popular vintage computing site VOGONS. As of the date of this review, there are now three drivers on VOGONSDrivers.com for CMI8738-based cards.
Other Thoughts: Have a fun weekend!READ FULL REVIEW