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This review is from: Logitech K120 Wired Standard USB Keyboard - Black
Plug and Play (Most Linux distros require settings changes for numpad to work correctly)
Durable (Might feel flimsy and cheap, but I've spilled my share of drinks in to mine. After pulling+bathing the keys and swabbing the rest with small amounts of distilled water, it functioned within a few minutes after vigorous drying. The drainage holes on the bottom work perfectly to avoid disaster.)
Ergonomics are fairly decent
Cons: Doesn't have PS/2 support
Doesn't contain any extra multi-media/other scan-code keys. Although they're nice for utility/extra binds for gaming, it's not a huge con.
Other Thoughts: Lack of PS/2 support combined with no extra scan-codes is the only thing wrong with this keyboard, if you don't mind using a membrane keyboard.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: BELKIN F5D8235-4 802.11b/g/n N+ Wireless Gigabit Router up to 300Mbps
Pros: Built in USB 2.0 slot for moderate NAS is nice on small home networks
Can forgo routing and firewall to use it as a pure access point
User friendly UI (Ties in with a con though)
Great for a home and most users, but...
Cons: Can't view current local DHCP assignments
Can't filter or disable the log, and it only keeps something like 30 entries before it starts erasing
impossible to customize QoS priorities
Customization is watered down pretty hard. It's nice for novice users, but slightly irritating to those who want more control
Other Thoughts: Overall great router, but not for this price. (99.99 at time of review)
Got one from my ISP a little ways back for cheap, and it's done well as a household router.
This review is from: RAZER DeathAdder Precision Optical Gaming Mouse - 3.5G Infrared Sensor
Pros: - 3500 DPI
- 1000 Hz polling
- Fabulous form
- Glides great on my cheap generic mouse pad from a local computer vendor
Cons: - Mouse wheel seems "wishy-washy" to me and has a habit of getting stuck in-between clicks during scrolls, leading it to randomly scroll up or down a bit after I've removed my finger off the wheel
- It's quite light which causes it to...
- Sometimes glides across my mouse pad when I remove my hand to type/whatever
Other Thoughts: To those reviews that say it's too sensitive or it makes you do things you don't mean to, know what you're buying before you buy it. This mouse carries 3500 DPI. At the 3rd lowest Windows mouse sensitivity setting, with mouse acceleration disabled through the Windows registry, my mouse pointer moves 500 pixels every time I move it an inch across my mouse pad. Make sure you are good enough with handling your mouse that you are okay with this sensitivity and accuracy a mouse like this will put out.READ FULL REVIEW
Display Name: Nicholas D.
Date Joined: 11/27/09
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