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Pros: - CPUz shows the Quad Core doesn't even max out for doing normal applications.
- Smooth and runs 7 like a boss.
- Runs quick even before removing some bloatware (not alot preinstalled)
- Has the expanded num pad and directional pad like a full fledged keyboard
- Has its own dedicated GPU for gaming instead of the generic one. It score okay on benchmarks for games and 3d marks
- Runs League of Legends (Max Settings w/minimum shadows)
Max FPS: 60-70 / Min FPS: 25-28
- Runs Call of Duty MW 1 (High settings minimum shadows)
Max FPS: 44-51 / Min 17
Cons: The solid independent RADEON HD 6520G only kicks in on really demanding programs such as games. It runs idle for casual use, thus, the potential for smoother Win 7 usage such as maintaining Win7 Aero and streaming vids could've been better.
Other Thoughts: You pay for what you get. This was a excellent deal for a laptop that can do it all and light/casual gaming smoothly.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: 1. It fast and easy install - Plug & Play
2. 1000 dpi tracks just fine so far - no skips or hiccups
3. Glides Well - tried it on 3 types of surface (paper, cloth mouse pad, wooden table)
4. Buttons feel fine - nothing fancy or exceptional though
5. The USB receiver can be hidden in the mouse for convenience (Not all mice implement this convenience)
6. Range - works fine for me
7. Response - fast, I sense no real delay.
8. Solid feel - w/ battery in weight and texture of the mouse feels like good quality, not cheap like Rosewill products
9. Good size for a portable mouse - not too small
Cons: The USB receiver is a pain to pull out w/ just your hands!
For about 23$, its a tiny bit pricey when a few more $ can get you a solid gaming mouse. However, personally I don't think investing that much in a portable mouse is worth it. For me any lower end wired/wireless 10$ mouse would suffice.
Other Thoughts: The most common portable mouse I have seen is the Logitech M305 Wireless Mouse for 10$ at any given store. While this one is easily superior I can't recommend paying more than double for a solid increase in quality overall, especially since the majority of laptops and traveling mice are not used for competitive/extreme gaming.
If you're rolling in $$$ this mouse is worth it.
This review is from: Rosewill RM-2400L 6 Buttons 1 x Wheel USB Wired Laser 2400 dpi Mouse
Pros: Still works decently after 5 months.
Cons: My biggest beef is the the two main mouse buttons (left & right click) are really clunky, and stiff.
In relation to mouse usage, it is tiresome to actually click this mouse when used on a daily basis.
I say this cause I have other 10$, 30$, 50$, and 100$ mice.
As soon as you get the box you can tell it is cheaply made. I am not complaining cause you do get what you pay for sometimes.
Other Thoughts: If you can get this mouse for 4.99$ like some people, its arguably worth it. Its honestly worse than the free ones when you by over priced premade computer packages like HPs, and Compaqs.READ FULL REVIEW
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