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This review is from: eForCity 10-Piece Universal Touch Screen Stylus For Nexus 5X 6P
Cons: 1 worked briefly, for maybe 20 characters on my LG Cell phone. The stylus I was replacing works a whole lot better than these new ones.
They are supposed to be UNIVERSAL.
Other Thoughts: It would cost me more to return than what I paid, $3.89
This is one of those times I wish Newegg allowed a zero star rating.
This review is from: LOGITECH G502 Proteus Core Tunable Gaming Mouse
Pros: I had a Logitech G500 that quit scrolling after 2+ years, but was still under warranty. Using Newegg’s order history I was able to find the invoice proving it was in warranty. Logitech was out of G500’s, so they let me pick something comparable to replace it. This mouse looked like it would NOT be very comfortable & I did not need all the extra functions. The tech person said this mouse would probably have a better feel than the G500.
The tech was right. It turned out to be even more comfortable than the G500. It also tracked better. I do more business like work on the computer, but I still get several hours of gaming in during the week.
It is not listed as supported for XP. I have a multi-boot setup; XP, Win7, 8 & 8.1. I have not tried out the advanced functions, but all the basic functions have the same feel under all the OS’s, including XP. Maybe the extra gaming functions don’t work under XP, but all the standard functions work with the games in XP.
Cons: I'll probably never make use of all the functions.
Other Thoughts: The warranty process was pretty easy. Being able to retrieve a copy of the invoice using Newegg's order history, quickly provided the proof that it was still under warranty.
I’ve been using Logitech mice & keyboards for about 20 years. 1st mouse warranty issue.
This review is from: Seagate Expansion 4TB USB 3.0 3.5" Desktop External Hard Drive STBV4000100
Pros: I’ve got the 2, 3 & 4 TB versions of this in both the flat & upright models. The oldest one is about a year old. Using a USB 3.0 connection, these drives are FAST. Copying files from one Seagate USB 3.0 drive to another using TeraCopy averages about 110 MB/s.
The fastest internal HD to the external Seagate USB 3.0 drives, tops out at about the same speed, with the exception of 1 internal drive which tops out at 70 MB/s. Copying from an internal SSD to a Seagate USB 3.0 drive, tops out at 178 MB/s.
I used the same 10 GB mix of files for the comparison tests.
Setup for all of the Seagate was smooth & simple plug n play
Cons: If the transformers were about 3 mm narrower you could put them side by side on a regular power strip without blocking any of the other outlets.
Other Thoughts: I only tried the backup software on the older drives. It was simple, but limited, probably great for a novice user. When I contacted Seagate about it, they said a more sophisticated version was available online for free. It is better.
I already had a different retail backup program that could do much more & kept using it.