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Pros: Bought to replace a similar model by Startech that broke.
I had a nice power supply from a previous Startech unit, so I was just looking for a cheap replacement to the broken USB adapter, which is exactly what this was.
Cons: Appears to be cheap quality, but roughly the same as the similar Startech model.
I didn't need another power supply cable, and this doesn't come with with one, this is just a USB adapter with a couple of little molex adapter cables. No Power supply included
This review is from: Rosewill RM-5000L 5000 DPI Laser Gaming Mouse w/ Adjustable Weights
Pros: Feels sturdy enough
Built in DPI switch
Built in Multiclick switch
No drivers required to activate special features
Cons: The multiclick button only works on the left mouse button, so if you swap buttons, you're out of luck.
The mouse wheel doesn't feel like it rolls right, like its slightly too tight. Not a huge issue though.
No manual to explain the special feature buttons.
Other Thoughts: This mouse is almost weightless without the weights, so has a cheap feel to it. The weights just make it feel like a regular mouse.
Not sure about the quality of the plastic. Just have to wait and see, but for $16 on sale, I think I got a good deal.
Pros: 1080P. LED Backlit. Almost same vertical length as a 4:3 19 inch Monitor that it was replacing.
Other than the cons, this was a great black Friday purchase.
Cons: Does not stretch vertically on all 16:9 resolutions, at least in analog/vga mode. Did not test with DVI. The one exception is 1080P.
I wanted to run the monitor at 720P to avoid squinting and messing with text sizes, however at 720P there are black bars on all sides. The monitor says it is running at 1280x800, and says that for all resolutions between 1280x720 and 1280x800. This issue repeats with other widescreen resolutions.
This is with wide/auto stretch mode turned off. If on, the horizontal will stretch to fit but not the vertical.
Does NOT have VESA mounts. Which doesn't make sense since the power and inputs are plugged in horizontally, negating any thinness gains.
Other Thoughts: Since it wont render 720P properly I'm forced to chose between 1024x768 and get sidebars, or 1080P and squint or mess with OS text sizes.READ FULL REVIEW
Display Name: Dan A.
Date Joined: 04/04/05
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