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Pros: This mouse has really a really smooth glide, and light click effort. I have light carpal tunnel and am always a little nervous when using different mice long term. This mouse has hasn't agitated my hand at all. Rock climbing rope style cable wrap is a nice touch. Nice and precise tracking as well.
Cons: I don't care for having LEDs on the mouse. It is a cool effect, but overall, I'd prefer to just have a plain non-LED mouse. This mouse is also not wireless, which is a bit of a con for me.
Other Thoughts: I have a small hand and have found that the basic small wireless 'laptop' format Microsoft mouse has been good for me in terms of my carpal tunnel. This mouse is a little bigger, so I may only end up using it as a backup.
I use the Adobe Creative Suite often to design webpages and haven't noticed much difference in terms of accuracy or precision when using Photoshop or Illustrator. What I have noticed is that good slide action prevents many 'bumps' that occur when making large selections.
I would recommend this mouse to my friends for desktop use if they prefer smoothness over wireless.
This review is from: Antec VSK-4350E-N ATX Mid Tower Case with 350W Power Supply
Pros: Antec 'quality' with power supply included. Great for a budget build.
Cons: Flimsy overall, cable lengths just barely reach the bottom of the case which can pose issues with some full ATX motherboards. The VSK line from Antec isn't up to par with their other case lines in quality if you're familiar with other models. No PCI-Express connectors on power supply.
Other Thoughts: I keep vowing not to buy another VSK series case, but I do it anyway.
Why? Because my clients don't care what the case is, I sleep at night knowing I've given them a great quality power supply, they are LIGHT when I'm luffing them around town to clients, and I can make money off a custom build when I use them. I'd never personally buy one for my own use, but they definitely fit a niche. Thanks Antec.
Pros: Good Price and Feature Set for current generation AMD CPUs. Windows 8 boot from SSD in 5 seconds or so. Awesome.
Cons: Some "got yas" on the setup. Make sure the memory is in the red slots (A2 and B2) and make sure you've got at least one system fan plugged in. Bios starts in a very 'default mode'. Make sure you configure all the SATA and memory settings to your preference to get the best performance.
Other Thoughts: I built (3) of these for a client and all booted on first try and have run flawlessly. I'm just chiming in because this is a great Bang for Your Buck board. Just follow the instructions above, and in all the other reviewer's notes and you'll be golden.READ FULL REVIEW