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This review is from: Corsair MM600 CH-9000084-WW Double-Sided Gaming Mouse Mat
Pros: Good tracking
L A R G E Surface
Solid hunk O material
Cons: Costly!!! $40 Really?
Some mice make a LOT of noise
Other Thoughts: I used this on a tech bench to test with a variety of old and new mice for over 10 days in a row in a work environment.
My first impressions are how large this thing is. It has the footprint of a 15.6" laptop. I turned it lengthwise top to bottom to save space on my bench. The rubber corner pads lift it off the desk. This seems to amplify the sounds that some mice make while gliding across it's surface which were annoying at first. It might make less noise if the pad were better coupled to the desk. This and the cost are my only real gripes about the pad.
This review is from: TP-LINK Archer C9 Wireless AC1900 Dual Band Gigabit Router
Pros: Very stable router compared to the R7000 this is will replace
No dropped connections or lag what so ever.
Easy to use and quick to learn user interface via web a browser.
Cost 25% less than other brands.
Cons: The only downside is there is no DD-WRT support for this router at this time.
Other Thoughts: I have a mix of Android phones, iPad, windows and macbook laptops here. I never once had any issues with windows, IOS or android OS.
Easy to setup. I will be using this for access point duty only now.
Pros: It worked for 2 days
Did not burn my house down
Cons: It died right in front of my and my client.
There seems to be a short somewhere near the input socket. Moving the plug around on 3 different cords cause power to come back on for a few seconds
Other Thoughts: I order from newegg every week, sometimes several times a week.
This supply is going in a $4K system for a client and it failed right in front of both of us.
The only saving grace here is NewEgg offered an advanced replacement option in this case.
I have installed and own many platinum and gold rated Seasonic power supplies and this is the first bad unit for me.
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