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This review is from: A4Tech Bloody Ultra Gaming Gear R8A / R-Series Wireless Gaming Mouse
Pros: Full of features, nice look, and style. The lights look cool. Plenty of programming features if you are tech savvy. Accurate laser and the sniper features are pretty cool.
Cons: This mouse has a nice price and lots of features but it doesn't outweigh the fact that the battery life is only 24 hours or less and you can't understand the instructions. The instructions in the software don't make sense and the apply button when you change the features doesn't seem to do what you think it does. It's very confusing. Once you get the mouse to work, you almost have to write your own instructions. I spent a lot of time on youtube figuring out how the mouse works.
After that, the texture of the mouse is a slick rubber. After ten minutes of FPS gaming my hand started to feel soft like I was petting a soft kitten. So my grip was not there. The mouse is extremely light, which is not helpful for me in FPS gaming. I like a little weight in my mouse.
Next, the battery sucks. After one day of gaming the batter is already drained. Then when I tried to plug the mouse into the wireless cable the mouse doesn't work but if I plug the mouse directly into the PC with the wireless dongle plugged in, it works and charges. The only problem with that is the charging cable is about 5 inches long.
Other Thoughts: I would not recommend this mouse at all. I think it really needs some heavy R&D (research and development). If you deal with programming and macro you wont mind the software instructions because you will do your own thing. But for the rest of us this mouse just not worth the $40. I would rather stick with my basic Logitech M705 mouse.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: Rosewill CHALLENGER-U3 Black Gaming ATX Mid Tower Computer Case ,comes with Three Fans-1x Front Blue LED 120mm Fan, 1x Top 140mm Fan, 1x Rear 120mm Fan, front mounted dual USB 3.0
Pros: Plenty of space for an entry level gaming desktop or for a starter-up upgrade. Also, plenty of fans to move that much needed cool air into the case.
Cons: If your motherboard doesn't support USB 3.0 you might want to buy an extra USB device to attach.
Other Thoughts: I gutted-out my old Gateway quad-core since I upgraded the video card, memory, and PSU to a 550 watt.
This case allowed me to transfer my old motherboard to it and make way more space for cool air to move through it. I now run 10 degrees cooler than normal because I have so much more space and the frame has so many fans to move the heat. The frame looks great and is easy to work with. The great part is that when I feel like upgrading to an i7 all I will need to do is buy a motherboard with a CPU, memory and that's it.
Since my motherboard doesn't support USB 3.0 I had to take the parts from my old case and hang them out of the new case. No big deal for me because I still get to use all my old features without having to buy anything new.
So in the end this case is a great buy for anyone.
Intel Core 2: quad-core 2.4ghz
Video: ATI radeon 5770, 1gb
hdd: 650gb 7200rpm
PSU: 550watt max
This review is from: D-Link Xtreme Gigabit Router (DIR-655) Wireless N300, USB SharePort, Gigabit
Pros: Fast internet and the features.
Cons: Everything! I have own this item for at least a year and in the begining I wrote that this was the best router on the market but now I would like to take that back. The router it self works great but D-link can't seem to make a firmware that fixes there own problems. D-link will not help there customers unless you pay them which is an insalt to me.
Once you update the firmware this product will never work the same again. I have three computers linked wirelessly to this router and two gaming systems and the router keeps dumping the connection. Even after I changed the settings to keep all my computers and devices as regular users it still disconnects my computers and d-link offers no help. D-link would rather create a forum that keeps it customers asking each other how to fix the companies problem.
Other Thoughts: Personally I'm going to buy a different router and throw this one in the garbage after playing out a scene from the office and destroying this evil device. The USB share port is just a big tease. This feature sounds nice on paper but it is another disaster that D-link doesn't know how to fix. Please save your self the hassle and buy something else because d-link doesn't about there customers so if you have a problem you are left in the dark with other customers going through the same problems. After a year of using this product I can say that it was great out of the box but once you have to update the firmware and software it will never work the same. STAY AWAY FROM THIS ROUTER!!!!READ FULL REVIEW