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This review is from: Logitech Performance Mouse MX
Pros: Decent feature set, easy connectivity,good build quality, well done scroll wheel.
Cons: I've gone through quite a few mice, mostly logitech, and this one is distinctly uncomfortable for me. There's a zoom button above where your thumb sits, and my thumb rubs against the button and the relief surrounding the button. Mice have gotten so good that this rough pressure point is surprising and disappointing.
I'd buy something different if I had it to do again.
Other Thoughts: This may be fine for people with smaller hands. For someone with a reasonably thick thumb, the zoom button can be very annoying. I've had this mouse a few weeks, and it still bugs me every time I grab it.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: Accell B087B-005B DisplayPort to DVI-D Active Single-Link Adapter
Pros: Works! No power adapter, compact, less expensive than other options
Other Thoughts: I have 3 DVI/HDMI monitors, but could only use two at a time with my 5750 series video card. The 5750, and several other video cards, will support 3 monitors only if one of them is a display port monitor connected to the display port output on the card. Passive adapters that support sending DVI/HDMI over the display port connection don't solve this issue.
It's common knowledge that a power supply is required for an active adapter, but that's not the case with this device. This is indeed an active adapter, and allowed me to get all three DVI/HDMI monitors working simultaniously with my 5750 card. Problem solved....
Pros: good looking case, as nice a picture as any other moderately priced monitor, slim and lightweight, good value
Cons: No HDMI
Other Thoughts: Unless you pay the higher price for IPS or some other technology, this monitor has as good a picture as any. It's got a good looking, slimeline case, with a better than most piano finish.
We've got a number of monitors in the house, including a 2 year old NEC, a one year old Samsung, and a nearly new BENQ and this is the best looking on the desks. I like the HP picture the best, but then again, I'm the one who adjusted it. Realistically, I think there's not much difference between the moderately priced monitors these days, and most of the differences is in the way they're adjusted.
I have zero dead pixels.
Note that it doesn't have an HDMI input, or speakers.