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This review is from: ASUS J1800I-A Intel Celeron Dual-Core J1800 Mini ITX Motherboard/CPU/VGA Combo
Pros: Small form factor
Low power usage
Decent graphics power (when using max ram)
Great performance for a low end PC
Cons: Not a Super Computer (at this price I wasn't expecting one)
Graphics can be a bit flat for games (but that's not what this is designed for)
Other Thoughts: Overall this combo is great for a work computer, media server or low end home computer.
It's not a super computer and can't play games at insane graphics if that's what you're looking for. I got this as a computer for browsing, and for a custom build to play Final Fantasy XI (for a relative). The upgrade and performance on the machine solid for this task and can handle work quite well (as both a home computer for general usage). The only downside is the graphics for games is a bit flat.
I wouldn't get this if you intend to try running virtualization, heavy resource utilization tasks like video editing or video games (new ones).
For a low power computer that can handle everyday web-browsing, media serving or very light gaming, it provides a great bang for your buck.
Pros: Somewhat comfortable to use, nice when it works
Cons: Not worth it at all. The thing stopped working with alternate sensitivity after 6 months then died completely in 6 months.
Support is non-existent and you can't even claim the 2 year warranty which is non-existent since their support isn't helpful and they just sit around wasting your time months on end without actually helping anyone.
Other Thoughts: Overall Cooler Master is the worst company I have dealt with in terms of support. The non-existent support who do not help and just flat out refuse to even honor their lies about warranties makes this a company that can't be trusted.
I will never buy a Cooler Master product again. There are better companies or options out there and you're better off putting the money towards other products.
Pros: It's a great mouse when it works, the multi-buttons for sensitivity are great to quickly adjust between mouse speeds
Cons: The product is flawed and bad. Mine started breaking at around 6 months when the sensitivity died and only had one sensor speed. For this it then lasted until 9 months and stopped working altogether and won't work on any computer.
It would be fine if Cooler Master honored their 2 year warranty but they don't have any form of Support. Just automated emails and people who send old/outdated pdfs to tell you to do this or that to waste your time.
If you buy any Cooler Master product expecting to have a warranty, don't. Their support is terrible and they just drag out any help months and months on end and won't help you ever.
Overall I am not satisfied with Cooler Master and I do not recommend their products to anyone. If you're looking for a mouse and a flat cost with no warranty, then this isn't it as it won't even last you a year. At the cost you're better off tossing the money into another product from someone else with actual quality that will last.
Other Thoughts: I will never buy another Cooler Master product again based off of their support.READ FULL REVIEW
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