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Pros: Great Specs
Cons: No contract price break with sprint.
Other Thoughts: To clarify for sprint customers, I just called them, b/c I am considering purchasing this phone. And I was told they will activate any phone that is CDMA compatible. They seem to have loosened up about what phones they will or will not activate. But Since I spent 15 min on hold to get a simple answer, I figured I'd save everyone considering this the hassle of the phone call. Hope this helps some of you out.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Threw in an SSD and 16GB (2x8GB) sticks of 1600 G Skill ram. All went well. Plays video @ 1080 w/o issues.
Price was excellent when I purchased this. The second one I ordered was at an unbelievable bundle deal. Well worth the investment for a tiny HTPC that replaced a more powerful but full size PC.
Cons: Wish bios had more options and settings. The audio jack could have been upgraded to the in/out combo jack. But I think in their top end models of the Brix it is as such.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: Redragon M901 Perdition 16400 DPI High Precision Programmable Laser Gaming Mouse
Pros: I have grown to love it even more than initial impression / review.
Cons: No real cons.
Other Thoughts: After some use with the generic settings (initial review), I decided to see if I could make it truely feel smooth while moving it. The reason was it felt slightly jerky when moving it around the screen (pointer). At first I set the sensitivity to max and dpi to lowest. I quickly figured out that was the opposite of what I was trying to achieve. With this in mind, I changed the dpi to max (16400) and the sensitivity to 2 notches about min. The result was exactly what I was trying to attain. The mouse doesn't fly around the screen at the slightest twitch, (which is what it feels like to me when sensitivity is mid and dpi is maxed. The movement of the cursor is amazingly fluid.
The one thing I would change would be to allow for the adjusting of the colors on the wheel to match the buttons. Depending on which dpi setting you choose, the color of the wheel matches that choice. This is not choosing a profile, but the dpi settings within the profile.
To continue from my first review, this mouse has a profile button on the bottom and the two behind the wheel are preset to dpi adjust. What I did to get the most out of the buttons, was select 1 dpi setting per profile. Becuase I do not use more than two profiles currently, this method worked for me, and will up to 5 or 6 profiles (forget how many total). Once I selected the dpi slider I wanted (based on color of the mouse wheel), I turned off all of the other dpi settings sliders for that profile. Then, adjusted both sliders to max, and continued to set the other settings as mentioned earlier. Since I do not have the option to change the dpi settings within a profile (because of how I set it up) the two buttons behind the scroll wheel were now freed up for Forward/Back. And after re-mapping the Rapid Fire button, this gave me 1 more button than the Naga. And the button on the bottom changes my profiles, based on what I need the side buttons to be. This I also programmed, to match what I did with the selector on my old Naga.
I hope this helps others get the most out of this mouse.
Again I would definately recommend this mouse and will be buying several more for my immediately gaming family (wife, daughter). And for the price, this makes an awesome gift for a gaming buddy. Imagine getting one on your birthday from a guildie who you've known for years. Or being the one who does that for another.