Showing Results: Most Recent
Pros: Great wireless mouse for disabled couple/person looking for simple features. I purchased this mouse for an octogenarian couple looking to add freedom from the corded mouse! They are really happy with this mouse. The do not like a ton of buttons because they have trouble with tiny precise movements. This worked out great.
Cons: Price. This item is always overpriced. I can purchase this item from a local store at a much better price. At least $10 less. Constantly on sale for much less then list. I only purchased this out of time considerations and need.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Excellent IPS monitor for price. Stand itself makes the value of the monitor great. Most modern monitors have cheap flimsy stands that are not meant for any type of adjustment. Almost every other monitor in this price range and feature group suffers from this problem. This stand can move quite a bit up and down with very little force. It can also rotate, tilt, and pan just as easily. These are great features for anyone needing flexibility and not wanting to have to purchase an extra monitor stand. I can see buying these for both work and home environments.
I tested this out against my old reliable DELL 2405FPW and it is night and day difference. Both are IPS tech, but this I could actually game on without screen choppiness of taring. 5ms is good enough for my eyes. I don't think it would be a gamer class monitor though as it is slow compared to the 1ms~2ms that seem prevalent out there. Then again I'm using an old monitor and I didn't know what I was missing out on!
Cons: Button systems isn't all that intuitive at first. Monitor is meant for an Octogenarian couple. Not very tech literate. Hard to teach them how to use button system. Minor quibble.
Other Thoughts: Wish it was free!READ FULL REVIEW