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Pros: Tons of little pockets for all your stuff. The laptop sleeve is pretty nice and has good padding. I have ditched my former laptop sleeve, and now I just put my laptop (chromebook) in as it is. This bag has a TON of room and is bigger than it looks in the pictures. I was a little disappointed in how big it was, but you can really fit a bunch of different sized things in it, and when closed tightly they will stay put while you're wearing it. The adjustable shoulder clip is nice and easy to use. The side strap will secure the bag super tightly to your back. I got a great price for it on Newegg so I don't really have any complaints.
Cons: Once you get a lot of stuff in this bag, it looks BIG. Way bigger than I expected.
Other Thoughts: Make sure you know what you'll be primarily using this for. If you want a bag to carry around some textbooks, school stuff and your laptop (like I did) get a size small. This bag (medium) will carry your laptop, textbooks, laptop charger, water bottle and a full set of gym clothes (shoes too). This isn't necessarily a bad thing, but once you start filling it up, this bag just looks BIG. I was hoping for a more lowkey, lighter bag, but I got a great price for this one so I'm not complaining. I'll definitely be using this as a solid carry-on for any future flights I take.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: I ordered the limited edition white body from the CM Store, Cherry MX Brown switches. This is a PSA for anyone looking to order from them. (Order from Newegg instead)
Cons: Keyboard came in the mail, opened it up and it just wouldn't work. Updated BIOS, tried on different PC's, nothing. All I got was a single blink from the num lock light. Applied for an RMA, had to request multiple times for a return shipping label (still waiting for it), they were going to make me pay to ship back their faulty product. I researched this keyboard extensively and came across multiple stories of the terrible customer support from cooler master, for some reason I thought I would be lucky enough not to get a faulty kb. At this point it's been about 2 weeks since I've ordered the keyboard and I have a feeling this RMA process is going to take forever. Not to mention it says on the CM website that they offer the slowest and cheapest shipping service for RMA returns. I can't even describe how frustrating it's been.
My advice: spend a little more money and get a mechanical KB from a different company.