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This review is from: Corsair M65 Vengeance USB Wired Laser Gaming Mouse
Pros: - Feels extremely solid
- Lots of customization options
- On the fly DPI
Cons: - Could never really get used to it, still prefer optical mice for gaming
- Died after 5 months (stuck in bottom right of screen, still recognizes clicks)
Other Thoughts: I'm going back to cheaper optical mice... or maybe the G9x I use at work. Seriously disappointed that Corsair of all brands is the worst mouse I've owned. Even the Mionix was polite enough to wait a year before it died, and it was the most comfortable mouse I've ever used.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: - The Ethernet ports work most of the time. The first one (pre-RMA) dropped my Ethernet connection once when plugged into the #1 LAN port, but I plugged it into #4 and it never dropped it again.
- TP-Link was prompt and cooperative during the RMA process
Cons: (This review is for the RMA with supposedly upgraded internal hardware)
- The wireless goes out 1-3 times per day for 45 minutes to an hour at a time, or until somebody power-cycles the router.
- TP-Link wants to replace the router again and refuses to provide a refund for an obviously faulty product that is NOT getting better. I already RMAd the router, it didn't fix it, so issue a refund. It's that simple. I'm going to make sure everyone I know and their mother knows not to buy TP-Link products from now on due to this replace-only policy.
Other Thoughts: Faulty product, faulty customer policy, and therefore faulty company. TP-Link is a huge failure in my experience.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: USB, gigabit, and good 2.4GHz range.
Cons: 5GHz range is worse than I expected. My phone sitting on the same desk as the router was showing 4/5 bars and even dipped down to 3 at one point.
The 2.4GHz regularly drops my internet connectivity to wireless devices, but my PC connected via Ethernet maintains internet connectivity. This happens a couple times per day, and I have yet to get over 30Mbps on a 50 (or 59 according to speedtest) Mbps connection. All devices (PS3, two Android phones, laptop, and a couple kindles) will lose internet at the same time, so I know it's the router. The laptop will show 5/5 bars, so I know it's not a range problem.