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This review is from: RAZER Naga Epic Chroma Gaming Mouse
Pros: Solid mouse, when it works. Simple to setup, works well with my Mac.
Cons: Failed after a week. Newegg accepted a return. Would work for an hour then just 'die'.. Would turn off then on, would indicate still had anywhere from 40-80% charge..
Other Thoughts: Overall, I'm glad I returned it.
- I was not happy with the ultra small buttons.. While I know it's an MMO Mouse.. They should have included toward the front a few larger buttons, and they should also add a ring finger button ..
Other mouse designs are ahead of Razer ... This is Razer riding out their high from 2010, when they were ahead of the market. Not so much now.
That said, not many support Mac, so I hope they get their act together!
This review is from: Brother MFC-9330CDW Wireless Color Multifunction Laser Printer
Pros: This is an awesome printer. No issues after 6 months. I liked it so much, bought one for my parents as well. We've hated the constant inkjet issues.
So far, 2/2, working great, prints well from Macs, PCs, Linux system and my iPad / iPhone. Supports Google Cloud printing too, which is nice.
You can setup preset network path scanning in firmware, no software required and scan to a specific folder on a NAS. Very nice, pro feature.
Many youtube video's on refilling this printer. One of the major reasons I got it was the toner was easily refillable.
I would recommend this to anyone. Reliable, not to noisy (for a laser printer), modern device and cloud support, very low power usage, great value.
Cons: None really. Picked up for $329..
Other Thoughts: Overall, we were tired of using our inkjet a few times a month and having ink cartridges dry out. In the end, the extra money in a nice laser printer is worth it cost wise.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: Kanex QWERTYX Bluetooth Wireless Standard Multi-Sync Keyboard
Pros: Feels good for standard format keyboard.
- Like the multi-sync ability
Overall, probably very much like what Apple would have done if they had a full sized bluetooth enabled keyboard with a few exceptions...
Cons: Now, while this is likely close to what Apple would have done, a few things to keep in mind.
Apple keyboards and other off brand keyboards give you an option to make the F1 - F15 keys function as F keys w/o having to hit the function (Fn) key. Effectivity making the Apple only keys work only if you hit the (Fn) key for Brightness, volume, power, etc..
Even on the Mac, their are some programs that are function key heavy and, like me, some people require F keys be default for productivity reasons..
If you're a heavy Function (F1-F15) key user, do not get this keyboard. Kanex does not, had says they will not, offer an option to swap to F keys by default like others do..
This is a good keyboard, solid, but also it's not true aluminum, it's faux plastic.. Still looks good, just don't expect a shinny keyboard. :)
Other Thoughts: I like they keyboard, not sure if I'll keep it, really a bummer that cannot make F keys default.READ FULL REVIEW
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