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This review is from: Netis PL7200KIT AV200 200 Mbps Powerline Adapter Kit (One Pair)
Pros: -The price was excellent.
-Much lower latency than using WiFi.
-Zero setup required, just plug and go.
Cons: -The way these are oriented, they stick out of the wall a lot. They're definitely not low profile by any means.
Other Thoughts: I got this product for a very very low price... low enough I figured it would be worth trying out. Works well for my needs so I'll keep using it, but wanted others to be aware.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: Vizio 50" 1080p 240Hz Effective Refresh Rate Clear Action 720 LED-LCD HDTV M502i-B1B
-Nice user interface
-Good screen quality
Cons: -Sometimes the TV freezes when loading Netflix or Hulu and reboots itself. Minor inconvenience and it doesn't happen any more now that we're using a Roku to play all of our media. I think the processor just can't handle doing too much at once.
Other Thoughts: I would purchase another one of these as long as the price was good!READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: CM Storm Spawn - 3500 DPI Optical Gaming Mouse with Durable Omron Microswitches
Pros: Comfortable grip: The mouse has a very comfortable grip, but one should know that it doesn't have a 'palm rest' if you have larger hands. The mouse seems to have been designed to be moved by just fingertips, which is great for high accuracy things anyway. The grips are very soft and keep hands from sweating very well.
Accurate sensor: Though it isn't a laser sensor, it still tracks very well on man different surfaces.
Soft Cord: The cord is soft enough that it can be bent and not affect the ability to move the mouse. A small pro, but something that other mice have fallen short with.
Cons: Poor button placement: The dpi setting button is directly behind the scroll wheel. When scrolling down quickly sometimes I change the dpi to some setting I'm not used to and I have to change it back, which ruins the flow of my work or potentially my game.
Other Thoughts: It's a good mouse. If it had either a different location for the dpi button or ability to force you to hold the dpi button to change the setting, it would be fine. As it is, I'm probably not going to stick with the mouse very long as I often scroll through longer documents.READ FULL REVIEW