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Pros: Still getting use to this thing but loving it. Tried Razer too many buttons for me and Mad Catz look cool but are expensive and worry about breaking them. This thing is solid, easy to configure, easy to use. I am running with about half the weights as it was a bit heavy compared to my previous mouse with all the weights YMMV. Also love that it comes with replacement pads since I have worn out the pads on a few mice back in the day. Warning: Like a fast car ...just because you have all that DPI doesn't mean you actually want to use it...it is just nice to know you could if you wanted too.
Cons: Takes time to get use to compared to my previous Logitech mouse.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: ASUS P8B WS LGA 1155 Intel C206 ATX Intel Xeon E3 Server/Workstation Motherboard
Pros: Built a Small Business Server with 2011 for a customer that I take care of regularly and this was PERFECT. Been running since early Fall of 2011 without a single motherboard issue. Running Intel Xeon E3-1245 with Kingston 16 GB (4 x 4) ECC unbuffered server memory, Adaptect Raid 6805 with 5 Plextor PX-M@ Series 128 GB SATA III drives in a Raid 5 config (1 spare). Running a mirrored set on the on board Sata with 2 Seagate 2 TB Drives.
also of note: in a Corsair Carbide Case with extra fans and a Corsair CX500 power supply.
System Screams even with Microsoft Exchange and a few other apps running full time.
Cons: None as the only issue I've had was one of the Seagate drives started to fail and it was simply swapped out without an issue.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: I bought 2 of these from Newegg back in 06/09 and knock on wood they have been awesome. No issues and I leave them on almost 24/7. They still cost about what they did 3 years ago but I am seriously considering buying another one so I can have 3 monitors on my current rig, just waiting for a great sale or rebate. These LCDs are now on their 3rd rig as the computers come and go but these thinks were cutting edge when they came out and are still a great deal. These do not have the back lighting like the -P model but are extremely bright to my eyes especially as I prefer not to have lights on in my office.
Cons: Nothing unless you want to count me wishing they would have gone down in price over the past 3 years.
Other Thoughts: If these things ever go under $150 each I might have to buy 3 more so I can give 2 to my oldest son.READ FULL REVIEW