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This review is from: RAZER Naga USB MMO Gaming Mouse - Right-Handed Edition
Pros: +Superb tracking
+Very distinct, tactile feel to thumb button grid
+Very easy yet complex customization options (macros etc)
+Thumb buttons do not interfere with lift-off*
+Build feels quite solid
*They require enough force to actuate that it is very difficult to accidently press them even when lifting the mouse by just a pinky and thumb on the grid.
Cons: -Thumb grid is distracting sometimes
Other Thoughts: I stayed away from the previous Naga due to hearing of squishy, iffy thumb grid buttons, and its shape. When I decided to get a new mouse, I tested out quite a few (G600, Ouroboros, G700, Taipan). In the end I settled on the Naga due to its highly tactile thumb grid buttons, well rounded grip characteristics, and great tracking.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: Antec Nine Hundred Black Steel ATX Mid Tower Computer Case with Upgraded USB 3.0
Pros: +Massive airflow
+Good HDD and DVD drive bays
+Excellent build quality
Cons: -Cable management can get out of hand
-Longer graphics cards can reach into the HDD bays, requiring careful management of component placement
Other Thoughts: I have had this case for six years now, and have never regretted it. It's still rock solid, with excellent airflow, and overall an intelligent design. My only real gripe is the difficulty with cable management.
*I own the original USB 2.0 Antec Nine Hundred.
This review is from: OCZ Vertex 3 2.5" 90GB SATA III MLC Internal Solid State Drive (SSD) VTX3-25SAT3-90G
Pros: Still a lightning quick performer. Every time I've bothered to test it (once every few months) I've seen the advertised speeds, give or take less than 10Mbps (so ~550Mbps write and ~500Mbps read).
While it appears some others are having issues, I have not experienced any problems since day one. I have it installed as my boot drive in my Asus G74, and it has worked great straight out of the box and into my ninth month of ownership.
Cons: I haven't encountered any problems.
Other Thoughts: I had a fresh install of Windows 7 running on it very shortly after popping it out of the box. I was pleasantly surprised by how smooth everything went after reading about how common problems were with SSD's at the time.READ FULL REVIEW