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Pros: Looks cool.
Cons: Says 8 buttons, but it really is only a 5 button mouse. 3 of the buttons are fixed by software and can not be changed. 2 of them switch mouse modes and the 3rd is a 'sniper' button. If you're buying this for extra gaming buttons don't bother.
I have large hands and this mouse is very awkward to use. Between the lack of buttons and the awkward positioning I gave it to my wife and went back to a normal, $20 Microsoft mouse.
Pros: Dependable long term usage.
Other Thoughts: Loads quickly and runs silent. I have used several WD HDs over the years and I will never buy another. I recently replaced my 750g and 250g with this 1T drive, and my wife is now using the 750. When I pulled it, the 750 had 592 days, 18 hours of uptime. And it is still dependably delivering data.READ FULL REVIEW
Easy to instal
Came with a blue sticker.
Cons: None so far.
Other Thoughts: I have run AMD processors since my first K7S5A, as the performance to cost ratio was always worth the decreased performance IMO. With the current generation AMD no longer has that advantage, so I caved and purchased an i5. I came from a quad core 3.4 phenom Black to this, and it is hands down better. I realize that it is generations ahead of the Phenom, but the performance difference is mind blowing. I am running the same, GTX460 i ran on the AMD and I have even noticed frame rate increases on my games. I may not buy another AMD.READ FULL REVIEW