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This review is from: Nippon Labs Beige 15 ft. USB cable A/male to B/male Model 15ft USB-15-AB 15 feet
Pros: The cable is 15 ft. long.
Cons: The cable was DOA and is not worth the charge to ship it back to Newegg for refund. Verified working cables were swapped in and tested successfully on devices that this cable did not work with.
Other Thoughts: Could not recommend due to receiving a defective product myself. However, I may have been the unlucky one and yours may function as expected.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: PylePro PFN41 19 in. Rack Mount Cooling Fan System with Temperature Display
When it worked it seemed to serve its function.
Cons: Rack mountable? Yes, but oddly. This device used approximately 2.5U so it was ever awkward to install.
The product was placed in a case to move warm air out. One of the fans became faulty within 60 days. The one fan would hum loudly, vibrate and run slower. That actually brought the temperature of the case up higher than it was without this cooling system. MUCH Higher.
Now that it is over 30 days, I am unable to replace or exchange the product.
Other Thoughts: I could not recommend this item for anyone wanting to cool anything. Faulty fans equals hot gear.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: Logitech M705 Black 1 x Wheel USB RF Wireless Laser Marathon Mouse
Pros: -Great size, feel in hand.
-Easy to configure in Set Point software.
-Thumb button for "Application-switching" is another great button to customize.
-More buttons to customize than our previous mice.
Cons: -Scroll wheel is hyper-sensitive! If you were to pickup the mouse and tilt it up or down, your screen will scroll like you were playing Wii.
-Unable to use the middle button due to the scroll sensitivity.
Other Thoughts: I would especially not recommend this mouse to anyone utilizing 3D or CAD software. After testing 3 of them, they all act the same way. We cannot click and hold the middle-button for pan or rotate within our software. We have better luck setting the "thumb button" as a middle button, but that is a work-around and not a solution. Back to the M510!READ FULL REVIEW
Display Name: EDWARD M.
Date Joined: 03/09/12
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