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This review is from: lenovo N3903A 57Y6596 3 Buttons 1 x Wheel USB RF Wireless Optical Mouse
Pros: Mouse functions decently. Tracks well, nice button click feel, scrolling is okay.
Cons: Who is designing mice these days?? Do they think that everyone has the hands of a 4 year old?? Many of us need a good, reliable mouse that will actually fit our hand.
My current mouse is a Kensington PilotMouse Laser Wireless Pro (K72242) that is no longer produced. Perfect size, excellent tracking, nice scrolling. It is, however, wearing out. Take notes Lenovo (as well as Kensington & others) - give us mice that fit our hands.
I have also tried the Kensington Pro Fit Full-size wireless mouse, but it is too big. Sometimes you just can't win.
Pros: Good price. Quad channel. Plays well with the factory RAM. Took my system from 8 GB to 24 GB. System is very fast.
Other Thoughts: It is now $6 cheaper than when I bought it - if you are contemplating a RAM upgrade, you won't be sorry with this memory. I had previously upgraded my 2006 Mac Pro with Kingston RAM and it was rock solid as well.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: Link Depot Model 1394B-6-6P9P 6 ft. IEEE 1394B 6 PIN TO 9 PIN Cable
Pros: I just got a newer Mac Pro that only has Firewire 800 ports on it. This cable let me reconnect my way cool Firewire Dinohub, so that I can use my Canopus ADVC110 and my external Firewire 400 DVD burner.
Cons: None.READ FULL REVIEW