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Pros: Great mouse. Smooth and responsive. I was concerned from pictures and reviews that this might not fit a person with larger hands. Does just fine. The LED light change on dpi was a nice touch!
Cons: So the title of this gives a glipse at my only frustration. It isn't aproduct defect or even poor design. But the thumb buttons for the lefty are constantly accidentally activated. I game with a claw grip and unfortunately this puts my fingers right on the lefty thumb button.
Just a slight frustration and ultimately caused by my specific use. Deactivate the thumb buttons on that side in the setup and no issues
Pros: I suppose I got lucky. I've read nightmare reviews of multi-dozen dead pixels, DOA boxes, and "broke after a month". Not here. I've had 2 of these monitors, the first ran great until my desk broke during an earthquake and it fell to the floor. The second has performed just as well!
Zero dead pixels, zero frustrations. Hope you're lucky too!
Cons: My only issue is with the void warranty sticker, which is purely aesthetic, but cmon Hanns-G, you make such a great product, why ugly it up with putting the warranty sticker on the face?READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: I'll be writing this for individuals who may have never owned a mechanical keyboard and could be gunshy concerning the price/inexperience anxiety that comes with swapping to a new input type.
I too was rather nervous about laying out $80+ for a keyboard when I felt like my current board was working just fine. Well that nervousness melted away the second I took the CM out of the box. This thing has serious weight to it. The keys are perfectly responsive and sensitive. There is a feeling of control to the inputs that simply isn't there with non-mechanical boards. After typing on a typical bubble board, feeling the keys shudder left/right/up/down with every press I'll be ordering another for office use (though maybe with blue switches).
I'm a gamer, needless to say I'm supremely happy with the product. Every part of this board oozes quality, from the snap-tight adjustable feet, to the USB cord, and of course the inputs themselves.
tl;dr, buy mechanical, you'll be happy
Cons: My only complaint is echoed numerous times in these reviews. My computer is stored to my left and the USB connection on the keyboard is located on the right half of the board. Only a worry for those obsessed with symmetry.READ FULL REVIEW