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Pros: -Great tracking.
-Has almost no accel.
-Heavy by itself without the weights.
Cons: -The hyper-fast scrolling wheel is too sensitive.
-Mine had some blemishes that indicates it was used before (to be expected with refurbs since these were returned for warranty)
Other Thoughts: My biggest complaint is the hyper-fast scroll wheel. When I'm just trying to view and read articles on a website, it would move up or down without me touching the wheel but moving the mouse. I've had a G9, G500, G500s that has the hyper-scroll wheels and those never did it, yet, this one does. I also notice that the hyper-scrolls on those were not as free rolling as this one. If I flick the wheel on both the G502 and G500s, the G502 would keep going for another couple seconds. I'm going to keep using this mouse and just hope the wheel gets a little more stickier and less sensitive.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: Plextor M5M PX-256M5M 256GB Mini-SATA (mSATA) MLC Internal Solid State Drive (SSD)
Pros: -Very fast
Other Thoughts: Bought this to use as a dedicated gaming SSD. Loads games up quick and no stuttering issues. BF4 loads in 45 sec instead of 2 min and CSGO maps load in 5 sec instead of 20. Well worth the buy when it was on sale last year.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: It burns and play Blu-Ray.
Cons: Didn't read ANY disc at first when first installed. Restarted computer, updated firmware and it works just fine now.
Other Thoughts: Not much to say about it. It burns and plays Blu-Ray. Anyone that complains it doesn't play Blu-Ray movies needs to know it doesn't work on your typical media player like Windows Media Player. You have to get a program that actually plays Blu-Ray movies. For me, I used Nero Blu-Ray Player and it plays just fine. There are other programs out there that you can download and buy to play Blu-Ray. Other then that, don't listen to those guys that say "it doesn't play Blu-Ray movies" when it actually does.
Another issue I've seen is that it doesn't read any discs right after installing it. Heck, the drive didn't even show up in My Computer window. I thought it was broken too until I restarted my PC and updated the firmware (even though firmware was already up-to-date like same version, I decided to install the firmware that I downloaded from LG). I have burned many discs and played many movies in the past month of owning it and it's been fine. If you don't want any coasters, DO NOT BUY cheap Blu-Ray blanks then. I haven't had a single burn error yet and I burned at least 20 discs. I also burned a few DVDs on this drive too and those burned just fine.
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