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Pros: Great form factor for strong grip while playing shooter. Extremely fast response time. Medium length cord (not braided though). Can customize to have many different profiles depending on which game you're playing
Cons: I'd like to point out I'm a huge Logitech fan. I've owned and recommended the Logitech MX518 to all my friends and family and have ever since bought into the Logitech family. But this..is not what I expected from a company like Logitech
Both middle clicks stopped working altogether. One middle click wont work unless you press down with lots of force for it to response and the other stopped scrolling and clicking altogether. Sorry but I can't recommend this mouse if it's lifespan only last over 6 months.
Other Thoughts: If you look at other reviewers on Newegg, you'll see that I'm not alone. This is a serious issue and Logitech needs to investigate this. I really wish I could've given it a 5 star review, but I can't this time :(READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: SMS Audio STREET by 50 Blue SMS-ONWD-BLU Wired On-Ear Headphones
Pros: Looks great.
Cons: Broke within 3 months of normal usage. Put them on, take them off, Put them on, take them off. Then, it broke. The plastic holding the headband and earcups together snapped in half.
Other Thoughts: Look elsewhere. You're much better spending your money on another product.READ FULL REVIEW
-Great Pixel Density = Great viewing experiencing
-The dual stereo speakers is a huge step forward from last year's model
Cons: I received my Nexus 7 (2013 model) a month ago and I have been experiencing issues with the product since purchase. I figured I would hold on to the device a bit longer because Google and Asus has acknowledged that there was an issue regarding the touch screen, ghost touches, among other touch-screen related issues. Since I've purchased the item, Google has released a few updates in attempt to resolve the touchscreen issues, but I've seen no changes. I'm convinced no other software updates will resolve the issues I'm experiencing because it seems more and more like a hardware related issue.
For example, I would press the home button (centered) and it would click the app on my dock to the far left. I would click back button and it would click on home or recent apps. Basically, I don't get the correct response.
Other Thoughts: Despite the hundreds of articles I've read about the Nexus 7 having screen related issues, I figured I'd take a gamble and upgrade to this model. I'm starting the risk is too high.
Look up anywhere on google regarding "Nexus 7 touch screen issue" and you'll find hundreds of articles and videos displaying terrible touchscreen response.