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This review is from: PNY 64GB Turbo Plus Attache USB 3.0 Flash Drive Model P-FD64GTBOP-GE
Pros: it has lots of space
Cons: died with one month usage. Bought in march started using at the end of April and no computer will recognize or format the drive.
Other Thoughts: IT Appears PNY quality has gone out the window.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: CM Storm Xornet - 2000 DPI Optical Gaming Mouse with Durable Omron Microswitches
Pros: Worked good while it lasted (less than 2 months)
Cons: The mouse dies in less than 2 months. Ordered mouse in late November and it died in December. The RMA process through cooler master was a nightmare. You have to call them to find get an RMA email. The attached PDF were instructions to signup for their site and register the mouse before filling out a RMA request. The instructions they sent via email on PDF was horrible. I'm still waiting for a replacement mouse or something
Other Thoughts: Cooler Master has gone down the drain! I will NEVER buy another cooler master product. I had a Cooler Master powersupply go out and take the MB, CPU and one stick of RAM with it. I thought I'd give them a chance on this mouse but at last the quality is non-existent. I had to call them to find out how to RMA this paper weight. The tech walked me through several scripted steps to make sure the mouse was broken. Once he confirmed that I had gone through all the steps he “approved” the RMA email. He mentioned that once they receive the mouse and confirm that it is broken (and not me just wanting to replace a 1.5 month old mouse for a new one) they’ll send a replacement. Then the sign up process was a nightmare. The instructions on the PDF was not clear, it did not mention having to close the browser and logging in again to register the mouse – I figured that out when I couldn’t register the mouse after creating a logon ID. I had to pay shipping ($10.00 – if I had known I would have thrown it out… but I asked my wife to ship it. She didn’t think about the price of shipping and thought I wanted this shipped no matter what – lack of communication on my part.). I received an acknowledgement email that they received the mouse but nothing else. Still waiting….waiting……waiting…..READ FULL REVIEW