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This review is from: Logitech S-220 17 Watts 2.1 Multimedia Speaker System
Lots of good sound out of a small package and cheap
Other Thoughts: Wow Im impressed. So is my friend / clientREAD FULL REVIEW
Pros: Still Relevant
Runs mostly everything a user can do to it. And holds its own against its successor.
Cons: Still Relevant - AMD needs to step it up.
Price Point - It cost as much as the newest AMD offering 8 Core as of May 2012
Other Thoughts: I like AMD because of the price point. Unless you are trying to break records or absolutely HAVE to have an Intel processor to say "you have one" AMD should be the processor of choice. Its great for everyday use, gaming ect.
If you run applications that require multicore, multithreading like rendering, encoding ect. I would say (1) Check tomshardware site for CPU comparison and (2) unless you are doing a LOT of "that" and time is important, then AMD should still do the job just fine. So save your money.
* Thats not to say I do not like INTEL. I love Intel - just know what kind of machine you are building and ... build accordingly.
This review is from: Logitech G400 Black 8 Buttons 1 x Wheel USB Wired Optical 3600 dpi Gaming Mouse
Pros: * Good Reliable Gaming Mouse
* On the Good side of Cheaper compared to its competition
* Simple Design
Cons: * Simple Design, the dpi setting just feels weird above and below the mouse wheel. I tend not to change it once I set it. I havent been serious about an FPS lately but it seems counter intuitive for that type of game for sniping or precise shooting.
Other Thoughts: A good replacement mouse if one of your big $$ "mouse" finally bite it. This is a good go-to mouse if you are in casual gaming mode.READ FULL REVIEW