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Pros: I bought this in November 2014.
This Drive is noticably faster than the Intel 330 240GB drive it replaced.
Generally speaking, consumer SSDs have gotten very reliable over the last 6 years. Still, if one is hedging their bets, you cannot go wrong with Intel.
Cons: No cons for the drive its self.
I would not recommend this drive to put in an older notebook. The power consumption is higher than cheaper drives such as the Crucial BX100 and the Samsung 850 EVO.
That's not really a problem with the drive, but people should buy this for performance desktops or server type applications where the difference of 1 or 2 watts is not important.
Other Thoughts: I bought this drive for $185 - it was 199 and Google Wallet had a promo where they paid 15 dollars of your purchase. I would buy this drive again for a similar price or lower.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: LOGITECH G502 Proteus Core Tunable Gaming Mouse
Pros: I ordered the G502 in Dec 2014.
This mouse has been a joy to use. My previous (and still functioning) mouse was a G9X, also from Logitech. My reason for upgrading was to get a flawless sensor without the negative acceleration associated with laser sensors - I was unaware of sensor acceleration when I bought the G9X.
Cons: When I first got this mouse, I found myself clumsily hitting the DPI switching buttons (by default more than one of the eleven buttons will cycle between DPI presets). My solution was to delete all but one DPI profile in the Logitech Gaming Software utility.
This may be an indictment of my coordination rather than mouse ergonomics.
Other Thoughts: I would recommend this mouse to anyone.
The pictures make it look very angular and strange, but it is very comfortable to use.
Pros: I bought this memory set in April 2013. I've been running it with a 3570K at 4GHZ for most of that time, and at 4.6GHZ for a month now.
No issues, Corsair knows their memory.
Other Thoughts: Corsair has yet to let me down.READ FULL REVIEW