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Pros: I had a similar Xai laser that lasted ~3 years. It changed everything for me.
Unfortunately my 6 yr old twins destroyed it in a fit of rage over who was to play Minecraft first. Worst day of my life man....
I tried to replace it with a Razor I got locally - never do that. My game suffered the entire time. Replaced that heap with this. I'm hooked - there are no other mice.
It doesn't have 20 extra buttons or a glowing snake - What it has is pinpoint accuracy and performance. Once you get used to it, you can turn 180° and your cross-hair falls directly where you wanted it to - down to the pixel. Once acclimated, the mouse becomes part of your arm, not a distraction with 10 an extra keypad built-in.
The rubberizing effect is also a huge plus.
Cons: I use XP x64 (I know I know). Can't get in and customize it.
Still, stock DPI kills the Razor that cost MORE.
I'll miss my XP.
Other Thoughts: Its a raw device that performs to your exact movements. Take time to adjust before going into full battle. Turn off any Acceleration/Sensitivity settings in OS/Game, let SS it do its job.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: Transcend USB 3.0 Dual Expansion Card PCI Express Interface Model TS-PDU3
Pros: Works fine, 3.0 speeds. SATA and Molex PSU connections.
Other Thoughts: Make sure you have an extra cable that can reach from the PSU. Some DELL users may need to re-configure their HD location so as to have a connection that can reach the card. Make sure not to plug in both PSU connections.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: Silicon Power Blaze B20 16GB Entry Level USB 3.0 Flash Drive Model SP016GBUF3B20V1K
Pros: Works @ 3.0 speeds. no problems.
Cons: noneREAD FULL REVIEW