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Pros: Affordable, looks nice, BIOS is easy to use.
Cons: SATA ports are very awkward to get to.
Other Thoughts: In a direct swap between this board and my previous one, I've been experiencing intermittent blue screens. Tried replacing the RAM and doing a fresh OS install, no change.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: Nippon Labs 6 ft. Model DP-DVI-6 DisplayPort to DVI-D 28 AWG Cable M-M
Pros: Solid, thick cable with strong connections on either side.
Cons: Ordered 2 cables, only 1 carried a signal.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: Logitech M510 Wireless mouse - Black
Pros: - Good sized mouse, isn't oversized or too small.
- Comfortable for long periods of time
- Includes 2 side buttons
- Heavy enough to feel like you're holding something without causing fatigue
- Durable, making it an ideal candidate for a laptop mouse
Cons: The rubber material Logitech decided to use on the side grips isn't good at all for someone who uses the mouse for several hours per day. The grip quickly wears out where your thumb rests to the point where it feels like plastic instead of rubber. The grips also have small holes to prevent slipping, though all they do is collect oils and dirt from your hands which gets kind of gross.
The range isn't spectacular either. If you plan on using this mouse for your desktop and your tower is sitting on the floor, you definitely want to invest in a USB extension so you can have the receiver up at the top of your desk.
Other Thoughts: Overall it's a great mouse. I do plenty of programming, gaming and the like and it is running great. It's very efficient about its power use, too. I've been using the same batteries it came with since I got the mouse 5 months ago and I use it at least 4+ hours a day.READ FULL REVIEW