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Pros: - Gorgeous Display
- Sleek bezels
- Cute magnet at base
Cons: - Glass smudges super easily
- Not much movement without moving the entire monitor
Other Thoughts: These are fantastic looking monitors that do very well for a dual- screen setup because of how thin the bezels are. The bezels are a little deceiving because the front glass covers over the bezel as well as the screen, but still a very pretty monitor.
They have a small magnetic area on the front right corner of the base which is pretty cute as an idea.
The only real big issues I had are the extreme glossy finish that shows smudges super well. The displays are bright enough that background light isn't much an issue. The monitors don't move much about the base either, which can be mildly annoying.
This review is from: Rosewill RM-7700 2.4GHz Wireless Optical Mouse w/ Nano Receiver - Retail
Pros: - Small Profile
- Receiver fits inside mouse
- Super low power consumption
Cons: - Receiving can be glitchy
- Feels super cheap
Other Thoughts: I can't blame the mouse for feeling cheap because the price certainly lends itself to that very well. I bought it to accompany my Chromebook and it did very well for that purpose. I wouldn't suggest using it for anything more demanding that word processing and light internet browsing.
The USB receiver fits inside the mouse, which is an awesome thing, but because of it's low profile I never removed the receiver anyway.
This review is from: Rosewill CHALLENGER 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, option Fans-2x Side 120mm Fan
Pros: - Lots of Ventilation
- Many fans included
- Blue LEDs are pretty
Cons: - Expansion slot covers are sharp
Other Thoughts: This is a pretty sexy looking case. It has a giant fan at the top and fans in the front and back. There's room to add a couple fans on the side, as well. The PSU mounts to the bottom of it, making the entire tower much more stable.
The only issue was the front expansion slots were sharp as all hell from the metal mesh. No harm done, but it's just something to be aware of.