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Pros: -Great bang for your buck.
-DPI switch for those who prefer higher sensitivity.
-Size; see other thoughts.
-Two buttons for your thumb.
Cons: -The paint that had "Gigabyte" on it has faded away.
-It likes to collect dirt in the cracks and crevices between pieces, which for me is unpleasant.
Other Thoughts: It's a much larger mouse than your standard Microsoft or Logitech mouse, which for me is a plus since I have large hands. I've dropped the mouse a few times on accident and it's still going strong without a hitch.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: Microsoft Xbox One Titanfall Bundle
Pros: -Controller of the XB1 is fantastic, in terms of feel and battery life.
-Voice commands are nice if you don't mind talking to what's essentially an inanimate object.
Cons: I personally have nothing to be upset about.
Other Thoughts: The voice commands like to be picked up by two of my three friends (the third one's voice isn't deep enough to confuse the XB1), so if they say, "Xbox turn off", it'll ask me if I really want to turn it off - but that's the only issue.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: -Fast boot time (thanks, Windows 8).
-5-6 hour battery life out of the box.
-Satisfactory temperatures; not very warm unless you start running intensive applications.
-Thin and light for the power it packs.
-Good price:performance ratio.
Cons: -Windows 8 struggles (see other thoughts).
-Ethernet plug-in is curved to match the shape of the side of the laptop, so a piece of it flicks up and down - feels flimsy and like it'll catch on materials.
-One giant trackpad/mousepad. Not the biggest problem in the world, but it might not be good for you.
Other Thoughts: Long story short, once I upgraded to 8.1 it worked perfectly.
Long story: Windows 8 wouldn't let me download Windows updates, no matter what I tried. I had to manually install the necessary updates to upgrade to Windows 8.1 by going online and downloading them from Microsoft's website before I was able to install the Windows updates - fortunately, now that I'm running W8.1, everything works like a charm.