Newegg.com - A great place to buy computers, computer parts, electronics, software, accessories, and DVDs online. With great prices, fast shipping, and top-rated customer service - once you know, you Newegg.
FragrancesHair CareShavers & TrimmersBabyCarriersNursery FurnitureStrollersCar SeatsBaby MonitorsHealth & WellnessDiet & FitnessOral CareVitamins & SupplementsHome ImprovementFlashlightsHand & Power ToolsLighting & Ceiling Fans
Home LivingDecorFurnitureSmall AppliancesVacuums & Floor CareJewelryBraceletsEarringsNecklaces & PendantsRingsLuggage & BagsBackpacksCarrry-OnsLuggage SetsOfficeInk & TonersOffice Equipment & Furniture
Showing Results: Most Recent
This review is from: Rosewill RM-7900 2.4GHz Wireless Mouse
Pros: Comfortable, adjustable DPI, signal doesn't get interrupted like my previous Microsoft mouse.
Seems sturdy. Buttons have a good feel to them. They're stiff enough to not hit accidentally, but they aren't difficult to click, either.
Also, the mouse sleeps pretty quickly when not in use. Takes some getting used to, but it saves a ton of battery life. The USB plug also stashes inside the mouse when you're traveling, which is convenient.
Cons: The adjustable DPI is a little weird to get used to. I had to mess around with it for a while.
Other Thoughts: It's a mouse. It's pretty cheap. I like it.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: QUITE crisp image, good range of brightness and contrast, very customizable menu options. Also this thing is huge. Great range of supported resolutions.
Base seems solid, and can tilt fairly easily to a comfortable level. Viewing angle is pretty good. Although the color gets a LITTLE washed out at a fairy extreme angle, it's not at all noticeable for normal viewing.
Cons: Until you install the drivers, the display is grainy and terrible. The power plug is proprietary, which is disappointing, but that doesn't matter THAT much.
Auto-adjust has been very spotty for me: it tends to adjust so that the top of the display is off the monitor by about 25 pixels, so I have to go in and adjust it manually. I hope that it doesn't auto-adjust every time I turn the thing on.
Installing the device software required disabling UAC. I don't really love that. Also, since I'm hoping to keep this sucker for a long time, I hope that the driver dependence doesn't become an issue in future OS versions, although I'm guessing it won't be a big problem.
Other Thoughts: I've only had this for a day, but it looks really good. I'm quite satisfied with it. I couldn't give it 5 eggs because of the various cons, but they aren't enormous issues. Would recommend.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Crisp color, wide screen. The brightness & contrast settings were very responsive. I also liked the plug orientation, and the fact that there isn't a special power cord (as with some monitors these days).
Cons: Vertical resolution tops out at 768px. Somehow I failed to realize this when I ordered it. This isn't just wide, this is (as another reviewer noted) like looking at a bumper sticker.
Vertical resolution is important to the reason I bought the monitor. If you're reading this, you can get something with ~1024+ vertical res for maybe $30 more. This monitor is cheap, but doesn't seem worth it.
Other Thoughts: bought this to replace an LCD BenQ monitor that was over 11 years old. I think it ran me $130 originally. I was surprised that this monitor, 11 years more modern, (a) didn't have DVI where my BenQ did, and (b) had worse resolution. However, the color depth and crispness was an upgrade. But I wouldn't recommend this monitor.READ FULL REVIEW
Some manufacturers place restrictions on how details of their products may be communicated.