functional, but unpolished hardware1/5/2014 2:34:31 AM

Pros: Thin, light, affordable

Cons: The back plate is coarse aluminum, I can only describe touching it is like scratching your fingernails on chalkboard. I had to put a plastic cling back on because it was so annoying.

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Manufacturer Response:
Dear Valued Customer, Thank you very much for purchasing this unit. We strive to provide the most reliable and highest quality products to our customers. The back plate is made of a smooth plastic cover to appear like a shiny stainless steel or chrome finish. If you are not fully satisfied with our product please contact us to better assist you in resolving your problem. Phone: 1- 800-575-9885 Email: rma@rosewill.com Email2: techsupport@rosewill.com We look forward to hearing from you. Thanks, Rosewill Customer Care
first day – works well, easy swap as advertised7/24/2013 2:09:48 PM

Pros: Easy to snap drive in and out as advertised. Case is light, and feels well built despite it being plastic.

Cons: n/a

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Manufacturer Response:
Dear Anthony: Thank you so much for choosing ORICO as your preferred choice, this is Maite from ORICO customer care team. Your kind feedback is the best encourage that keeps us moving forward and constantly improving our goods and services. Our email address is Newegg@orico.com.cn, please feel free to contact me if you have any problem. We looking forward to hear from you and purchase from ORICO again! Best Regards Maite
Works well in Hackintosh w/ GA-Q77M-D2H12/6/2012 8:47:47 PM

Pros: Works great in my Hackintosh.

Cons: Achieved 1600 speed only with this addition in /Extra/smbios.plist <key>SMmemspeed</key> <string>1600</string>

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fits slim recessed opening for Audio Technica headphones12/6/2012 5:24:24 PM

Pros: slim design fits in the plug opening on Audio Technica headphones – very few cables meet this physical requirement so I'm glad I found one that did!

Cons: n/a - works as expected

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Hackintosh Success11/30/2012 6:31:06 PM

Pros: Works as a Hackintosh motherboard. Confirmed working with a Core i5-3570K w/ Intel HD 4000 • DVI + HDMI dual displays • DVI + DisplayPort dual displays • Optical Audio • USB 2.0

Cons: Flaky in Hackintosh setup: • Headphone audio output makes a loud pop when you resume audio. • USB 3.0 not working (I ended up turning it off in BIOS, can't get it to work even reading through tonymacx86 forums)

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pretty good, with annoying caveats12/3/2006 11:21:13 PM

Pros: The thumb mouse takes a bit getting used to but not as nice as IBM's UltraNav button on ThinkPads. Programmable AV keys are great but every AV function is accessible only after 2-3 keypresses (procedural tasks like mode switching, context selection, etc).

Cons: The keys are super stiff, don't expect to fly at 100 wpm on this thing. Also, the keyboard tends to become virtually disconnected several times throughout the day (non responsive keypresses), which only a manual plug/unplug from the USB port could fix. This is very annoying and can really test your patience. Not sure if this is a hardware or software issue but it doesn't happen with any of my other USB peripherals.

Overall Review: This was the only HTPC-targeted wireless keyboard I found while I was shopping around 6 months ago. Overall a decent product but I am keeping my eyes out for something better.

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