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This review is from: Corsair M65 Vengeance USB Wired Laser Gaming Mouse
Pros: First off: This got delivered to me very quickly! I chose standard shipping on it (4 or w/e days), and it came the next day!
This thing glides so smoothly!
This could be a con for others, but the clicks are pretty quit.
Assigning different profiles and changing the commands of all the buttons is very cool and helpful with gaming and internet use.
Since my laptop can't really handle FPS games that well, I can't really test how well I do with this mouse, nor can I really test the Sniper button, but I'm sure when I can finally build a gaming PC, it will be a great experience.
Nice, long, braided cable.
Very comfortable feel in my hands.
Cons: The lights aren't red. But I didn't want the green one, and blue is awesome too!
Other Thoughts: This is my first "gaming" mouse, after my $10 cheap-o wireless one, and then my Logitech M510, so it shows how "experienced" I am with mice, and PC gaming in general, but it's good to give this another 5-egg review to show people how much of a great mouse this is!
Would definitely recommend this to anyone who wants a really good gaming mouse, that isn't looking for something with 10+ buttons.
This review is from: Rosewill RVHS3-11001 3-In / 1-Out HDMI Switch, Support 3D Output
Pros: Works perfectly!
Remote and a manual switch
Does NOT need a power supply. What the hell are you guys going on about? Just because it has the AC input, but no use for it, doesn't mean this should be getting bad ratings.
The Auto-change works perfectly when I'm watching TV, and I turn my Xbox on, but doesn't seem to work the other way around when I turn my Xbox off. Definitely not a big deal at all, just an observation.
Other Thoughts: The LED's aren't that bad, though this sits next to my monitor, with my laptop sitting in front, so the laptop pretty much blocks it. Though I can say, I don't think they need to be that bright. Just a simple light.
I got a new monitor, and wanted to use it as my TV, and for my Xbox (and hopefully for when I build my first PC in the future), and since this (and the 5/in 1) had the best reviews, I went with this. VERY happy that I got it. Thanks Newegg and Rosewill!
This review is from: Link Depot HDMI-3-HDMI 10 ft. Black HDMI HDMI TO HDMI A/V Cable
Pros: I got 2 of these, and they both work perfectly fine.
They're more "bendy" than my other cable, which is a BIG plus for me because, my cruddy Vizio TV has both HDMI inputs right above where the movement on the stand happens, so I had to really bend my original cable, and shove it into one of the inputs, but could not get it into the second one at all. But these bend very well, and fit right into both inputs without feeling like they will break!
Cons: No caps for the ends of the cables. Like that's going to do anything to the rating lol.
Other Thoughts: They do their job.
I have no knowledge of HDMI cables (only what they look like, and where they go, but I always wondered why they would go for $30-$150 (WHY?) in EVERY store I went to. Very glad I got them here and saw that some people explained that paying a lot for HDMI cables is extremeley stupid.