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This review is from: RAZER Naga Epic Chroma Gaming Mouse
Pros: - Naga has gone wireless. Still the best mouse bar far for gaming, especially if you play MMO games like Final Fantasy XIV, World of Warcraft, Tom Clancy's: The Division, etc, or MOBA games like League of Legends.
- Chroma (RBG) lighting effects.
Cons: - Lighting for the logo, under the palm, has been removed in the latest series of mice from Razer, which is a step backward. I just assume it's related to battery life conservation reasons. Doesn't affect performance, but your getting less then what you might have been used to with prior Razer mice. Hopefully we'll get it back in the next series, with a bigger battery.
- Still using the same cruddy braiding on the cables that tend to split. You'll have braiding > bald rubber > braiding... Hopefully will be fixed in the future, but a good DIY-er will be able to remove the braiding after it's split apart, to keep the mouse looking fabulous. I don't expect the braiding on this one to be quite as much an issue as my prior 2 Nagas, simply because this one is wireless, so the braiding won't be rubbing against desk edges really, except when I'm running out of power and need to switch to wired mode.
- Doesn't come with optional plates for comfort adjustment, for the right side of the mouse. Not a big deal though.
Other Thoughts: Went from the original Naga, to the Naga 2014 and now the Naga Epic Chroma. It's my 3rd Naga mouse, so what more proof do you need that it's a good product?! A long planned purchase that was definitely worth the money. My first wireless mouse and I felt Razer was the only one I could trust given my history using their Naga mice. I am not disappointed. There are a few imitations out there now from Corsair, Logitech, etc, but nothing beats the original =^_^=.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: APEVIA CVTPCI68 9" 6-Pin to 8-Pin PCI Express Converter Cable
Pros: Works as intended with no problems.
Cons: Didn't like the 2 extra pins on the 8-pin end being a combo of 6+2.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: SPARKLE GeForce GTX 680 700021 (CALIBRE -- GTX680) 2GB 256-Bit Video Card
Pros: Everything you'd expect from this model card.
Cons: Sparkle gives you a card to register the product on their website, but the website doesn't list this this model, so you can't register for any warranty, etc. Left them a message & received no response. Their company is not primarily based in the USA apparently. Decent card, but I'd suggest others be safe and choose another brand.READ FULL REVIEW