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Pros: Feels nice in the hand; lightweight; good click action; price. No jumps or hesitations during use. I also like the little flares at the base for resting my thumb and finger on. Fits my "dad-sized" hand, but also my eight-year-old's hand. I bought two when they were on promotion for $5.
Cons: In Yosemite, it does not have the same functionality as a Mac mouse. It wasn't designed for that, but it works fine otherwise on newer and older Macs.
Other Thoughts: For five bucks, if your kid trashes his mouse like mine does, this is a good option. It's also good if you need a spare for work. I think I'll get a couple more just to have around the house. I'm very happy with these mice.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: Panasonic NI-C78SR Steam/Dry Electric Iron With Curved Soleplate
Pros: Flows like silk;
Cord retraction mechanism;
Water tank capacity;
Squirt jet is just what I wanted, shoots to the front with a narrow shotgun pattern;
Not too heavy;
Good range of temps.
Cons: Takes awhile to cool off? Kind of a stupid con, as it's an iron and it gets hot.
Other Thoughts: A single fill of the water tank had enough to do the following without a refill while set on continuous steam emission:
1 canvas/cotton skirt
1 pair cotton women's pants
6 pairs men's cotton/canvas pants;
4 men's cotton/canvas shirts
What a pleasure to use this iron.
Pros: Attractive design; good price; good features.
Cons: Far beyond my technical expertise to set up.
Shaka; when the walls fell.
Other Thoughts: I'm a big Rosewill guy. I own many of their products from wireless adapters to bread machines. My Rosewill experiences can be summed up by the key phrases: inexpensive; quirky but reliable; meets my needs pretty much of the time.
This router was too much for me though. I considered myself to be a "somewhat high" tech user but now I see that I am merely "average" because of this product.
Its setup requires way more networking expertise than I've got. I am disappointed that I could not figure this product out, and that I have to fall back on a non-RW router. Sadly, I cannot even RMA it, so hey, does anyone want to buy a router?
Also: I found the instructions themselves understandable from a grammar/content point of view, I just could not get the product to work. You just have to have a lot of expertise to use it.
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