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This review is from: Creative Sound Blaster Audigy SE 7.1 Channels 24-bit 96KHz PCI Interface Sound Card
Pros: - Works with Windows 7 SP1 64-bit, but you must download the drivers from the website. The drivers on the CD is outdated and will cause major problems.
- Way better audio quality compared to integrated Realtek.
Cons: There is no way to connect the HD audio front panel header to this sound card, since it uses a "Creative Proprietary connector". You can buy an adapter, but it will come from China along with a 5+ weeks in shipping. Search for "Front panel audio adapter cable For creative sound card" in Google.
Other Thoughts: This sound card is good for using either speakers or headphones only. If you want to switch from using speakers to headphones, you would need to unplug your speakers from behind your computer then plug in your headphone jack and vice versa each time.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: SAMSUNG 64GB microSDXC Flash Card With USB 2.0 Reader Model MB-MP64DB/AM
Pros: - Samsung quality
- USB 2.0 mSD reader
Cons: Have to cut the sides off on the package in order to take out the plastic casing that secures the mSD card and USB reader because cutting the top only and trying to pull it out is hard.
Other Thoughts: When inserting the mSD card into the USB 2.0 Reader, you will hear a click like when you insert a mSD card into mSD slot in a table or smartphone. You have to use your nail to press on the edge for it to click again then pull out the mSD card. If you don't hear the click then it's not fully in there.
- 59.5 GB of actual storage (for those who wanted to know)
Pros: Good mouse for FPS and RPG games because of Logitech's legendary easy to use macro software. This is the reason why I keep using Logitech. Can use the mouse wired with or without the battery for a lighter mouse. If I use it wireless, I can use the USB cable for data transfer with my smartphone. The USB cable fit perfectly fine in the mouse and doesn't cause any annoyance. The wireless micro dongle can be stored under the mouse. The included rechargeable battery is a single Enloop AA 1,900 mAH battery. it also comes with another USB cable to plug in the wireless micro dongle, so it can be positioned close to your mouse or you can use it for something else.
Cons:  Battery life isn't as good as I thought. It lasts for only up to 2 days maximum and depends on what you do. Heavy gaming = shorter battery life.  If you choose to use wired without the battery, you're stuck with the flashing red light indicator on the left side of the mouse. It cannot be disable. I cover it up with black masking tape.  No on screen or on mouse indicator when I switch a different profile. Not an issue for me, since I only have two profiles.
Other Thoughts: The first 3 to 4 weeks, I was struggling to adjust to this mouse. I used a Logitech G300 before the G700s. I had the G300 for close to 3 years, and I wanted more macro buttons! That mouse still works fine except the rubberized coating has worn off and looks gross. If you choose to have your macros stored inside the mouse, you're limited to basic macros. If you want to have access to advanced macros, you need to set it to "automatic game detection" to set them up. I use this mouse as wired without the battery. I got this mouse for $50 during Christmas holiday week. If I were to buy this mouse again at $99, I would have chosen the G602 for wireless or G502/G600 MMO for wired.READ FULL REVIEW