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Pros: Great air flow.
Space for upgrades.
Lower quality materials that scratch easily.
Takes up a ton of space.
A hassle to work with, must be up on a table in order to do any work inside the box without going insane.
Other Thoughts: Corsair did really well with this innovation, but it could be a lot better. I cannot emphasize how loud this thing is. It is so loud that I returned it after a few days. If you want, you may replace the fans, but I find that even with my own fans in place, the case would cause them to rattle. I recommend this case to modders.
I see the hype, and I will not say this is a BAD case and would choose this over over the majority of other cases in the price range, but it is not what I would consider a 5 star case. Not yet.
This review is from: ZOWIE GEAR EC1 “Black” Optical Gaming USB Wired 2000 dpi Mouse
Pros: Accurate, solid mouse that is responsive.
Cons: Within six months the scroll wheel and the right mouse button stopped working entirely. Returning it and getting a replacement was taking so long that I just threw it out.
Other Thoughts: This mouse is obscenely overpriced. I understand what goes into making it, and I love the sensitivity, but it simply isn't durable and doesn't have the customization that other mice in the same range has. At first I understood why someone would pay this much, but then it didn't even last.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: Mionix NAOS 5000 7 Buttons USB Laser 5040 dpi Mouse
Pros: It's like an angel in your hand, especially once it "breaks in." This mouse is one of the most comfortable mice I have ever used. The material, button location and scroll wheel all come naturally and felt made for my hand. It's attractive, too.
I really like the sensor in this mouse. It doesn't have a lot of extremes but it works very well for almost every game at factory settings.
It can be used with or without a mousepad, the feet have not worn down that much at all, and overall it has just been responsive, durable and comfortable to use.
Cons: The scroll wheel is going. Scrolling down you sometimes have to press it, or it won't actually scroll and will just spin in place. Began very soon after the mouse turned one year old, too. It has been handled with care, no food touching it, no being shoved in backpacks, no slamming down, and it's been on a mousepad its entire life.
For the price, the scroll-wheel going at this point is unacceptable. If a $5 mouse from the 1990s can still scroll efficiently, a $90 mouse from last year should be able to last this long. One would think, anyway.
The software also no longer works and hasn't been updated very thoroughly. Mionix customer support has not responded to any emails.
Other Thoughts: It's unfortunate, because this is one of the hands-down most comfortable and efficient mice I have ever used. Everything about it screams luxury, except for the fact that the scroll wheel is breaking, and who knows what else will start to go next.READ FULL REVIEW