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This review is from: LOGITECH G502 Proteus Core Tunable Gaming Mouse
Pros: Good ergonomic design for your hand, comfortable for people with larger hands like myself, good positioning on the buttons as well.
setup is a little time consuming for configuration profiles but very easy to switch between.
Cons: the bottom plate you can remove to set the weights into the mouse is held on there with a magnet. Not horrible on it's own but I'd prefer to minimize anything magnetic near my workspace.
Other Thoughts: bought this as a replacement for my old mx1000 mouse, hated to see it go but I definitely enjoy having a working middle button again.
The software the mouse comes with is a little shaky I feel. you can change the actions on each button, but if you don't assign something to a button it's input just isn't recognized by the system, bit of a disappointment really. I won't list this specifically as a con as it's only such to me, your experience with the mouse may vary.
This review is from: Rosewill RMS-MA3210 - Silver 17.00" - 32.00" Tilt & Swivel Wall Mount
Pros: HEAVY. this thing out of the box has a heft to it suggesting it will outlast your monitor, whatever you choose to mount the sucker to, and yourself. The steel construction is immediately apparent, and they do not skimp on the screws and other mounting hardware to affix your monitor to.
Cons: missing a third point of articulation/rotation. The unit feels like it was designed to be more of a straight on mount, there is a just a bit of slack where the mounting slot mounts to the wall, placing it to a slight angle, normally not too bad but is easier to notice if you swivel it 90 degrees. Correctable if your willing to work with something to shim/shore it up, but would have been a lot easier to correct if it had a way to rotate the screen.
Other Thoughts: Overall a very good item that immediately feels like it's strong. For my particular experience I had to go buy different wood screws to properly mount this, as I was going into 3/4 inch wood paneling and didn't have to worry about finding a wall stud, this did however mean the 3 inch wood screws that are included were useless to me.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: Rosewill RHAI-13001. 1800-Watt Induction Cooker Cooktop with Stainless Steel Pot
Pros: good selection for both temp or wattage ranges, very sleek design, easy to clean surface thanks to how smooth it is.
Cons: Okay, admittedly I've only used this to cook burgers on, but the way the induction works, to have it actually heat the pan quickly has caused my pans to bloom fairly quickly. ie: they have started to have a bluish/black discoloring from being used with this induction plate. It's possible that Thicker Pots/pans would not experience this, but still be cautious. This issue is especially apparent with the Pot that is included.
Other Thoughts: Look elsewhere, this particular induction plate looks nice, but it's way to easy to watch thin pans glow and likely have to replace way sooner than you should have to consider if cooking pan items, soups and other mixes that include noodles you might be okay using as it would more easily distribute the heat being generated.READ FULL REVIEW