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This review is from: Nippon Labs ESATA-3-GN 3 ft. ESATA Male to ESATA Male Flat Cable – Green Color M-M
Pros: *Cool color
Other Thoughts: eSATA has a serious issue. Some cables work on some connectors and vice-versa. I have trimmed down cable ends to make them compatible, I have trimmed alignment tabs, I have done it all. eSATA would be better if there was some consistency with the connectors and ports. When it works it works good, when it does not work, it does not work at all.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: *Black color is aesthetically superior as compared to standard SATA Cables.
*24" Length gives you some more room when you have PCI cards to go around or just a long way to go from SATA to device.
*Locking tabs keep the ends in place saving you time
*90 degree head makes this take up nearly no room behind your device.
Cons: *No Shielding
*90 degree head can be a problem if you are connecting to an array of similarly constructed HDDs in close proximity to one another
*No SATA III support
Other Thoughts: *If you have a RAID and the disks are in close proximity, the 90 degree head will send the cable straight down from the connector. On all but the bottom drive in the array you will have to place another connector in very close proximity to the previous one (and if the drives are identical the location will be in exactly the same spot therefore creating the problem). As a cable with no shielding this is not an optimal setup. Bending the cable will help but will place unneeded strain on your SATA connection.
The price is right.
If you are looking for the best cable on the market this is not it. If you are looking for a quality cable that is longer than the standard 20" black connector, red bodied internal computer snake; look no further.
I am docking this product 1 egg for the lack of shielding. With data transfers getting faster, RAIDs becoming commonplace, and data-volumes reaching new highs, the cables that manage this data should be stepping it up as well. Shielding is a mus
Pros: Incredible DPI range, great feel, aesthetic appeal, cord leaves not batteries or connection issues, mouse wheel, great community among users.
Cons: Firmware has some issues depending on how you use the mouse, what O.S. you use etc. The company is not 100% established yet so some organizational issues may be the only thing holding this company back. The price is high.
Other Thoughts: With a support team that lurks the forums, this company is going in the right direction, however, their price has achived a certain level without their product quite getting there. I would definitely buy another, but if you need 100% hasstle free mousing... look elsewhere. I am willing to deal with annoyance to get the best results possible. This mouse has that.
To the people who complain about speaker/mouse movement issues. pfft. This is one of in not the most sensitive mouse out there. At 4000 dpi, it is going to pick up speaker vibration. Get informed before making such ignorant comments.