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Pros: Card is reliable. Performance seems adequate, though I've never tried to measure it.
Cons: The power connector is not connected to the board well mechanically. Mine was loose, being held together only by the wires and solder. The tabs that should bind the connector to the board are loose or easily unseated. So now I am cautious about moving any cables around inside my case to keep the connector from detaching and possibly shorting.
Other Thoughts: Be careful when installing.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: Mionix NAOS 5000 7 Buttons USB Laser 5040 dpi Mouse
Pros: Extra buttons. Cool packaging.
Cons: Doesn't work. My computer will not boot with this mouse.
Other Thoughts: I'm not a gamer. I am switching from a trackball to a mouse. I thought the gaming mice would be a good option since they have programmable buttons. I do some video editing and thought it would be handy having some programmable buttons on the mouse.
In a very rare moment of pre-Internet consumerism for me, I purchased this mouse without doing any research. Not sure if that would have helped, though, as reviews seem to generally be positive. Unfortunately, some of these reviews give it a higher rating than deserved even while noting the mouse's propensity to blue screen or cause your system not to boot.
So my problem: computer will not boot with this mouse plugged in.
I tried two different USB hubs and direct to the motherboard. The only way to get the computer to make it past POST is to unplug the mouse. That is not the way I roll.
I even upgraded the firmware on the mouse. My GIGABYTE GA-EP45-DQ6 motherboard has the latest BIOS.
Pros: Quality memory sticks. Work well in my new micro-ATX server motherboard.
Other Thoughts: Using this in a SUPERMICRO MBD-X7SPE-HF-D525-O Proprietary Intel Atom D525 Server MotherboardREAD FULL REVIEW