Joined on 05/15/13
Got it for free with USB Wireless receiver
Pros: -Actually works with the wireless receiver -USB cap holder -Gives some flexibility as to where you can put a Wireless receiver
Cons: -It's not very long (Gigity)
Overall Review: In the past with other USB extension cables and different USB wireless receivers I've had problems, Usually involving power cycling every once and a while but it hasn't power cycled.
Pretty good, using as replacement for broken Antenna.
Pros: -Pretty good signal 4-5 bars, my "Nano" receiver was getting like 2-3 -Good price (I mean there's cheaper options but it's still cheap) -Continuous ping aggregate over 2 hours was 2ms, My Nano receiver was all over the place
Cons: - If it gets too hot it may reset (happened like twice the first month I had it) but then I moved it away from the PC case and has not been a problem since
Overall Review: Received a free USB Extension/Cradle/Stand thing that I used to move the Wireless receiver away from the case. I haven't had much luck with USB extenders and wireless receivers but the one it came with works really well.
Looks good, Functions.
Pros: -Covers large area (I don't move my mouse more than like a third of the space) -Looks good, It's a picture of the panzer 4, hydrosatat concept tank (which you can get in WoT if you buy the WoT mouse) -The sides are stitched so it won't fray quickly (like the good old 90's mouse pads) -Some gold and a few days of premium for WoT
Cons: None so far
Overall Review: *The card that has the code for the gold and premium time had said it expired (Like a few years expired) but I tried it anyway and it went through fine so I'm unsure when (or if) the codes will actually expire*
Awesome card, Uh-oh wifi.
Pros: -Great Stats and construction! -Same stats as full sized MSI card just not as many PCI ports or RAM slots. And not as much bloat-ware -Pretty sweet network specs. Built in Wi-Fi card that can handle AC. 2 Ethernet ports -The card didn’t make any creaking noises when plugging things into it. -Plenty of Sata ports (well for me… ) -Some of the programs, Killer Ethernet manager and Virtu MVP that are on the higher end G series motherboard tend to cause A lot of random problems with some games. (Virtu MVP and Battlefield4 I can specifically recall. And Killer Ethernet manager had a problem with PAYDAY2)
Cons: -Sata ports happened to be right next to a fan in my case (might not be a problem in your case, and wasn’t like a big issue just blocking air flow and hard to plug in connectors) -Something wrong with the Wi-Fi card OR antennas, will get into that in the extra thoughts. (dropped an egg over it) -no dragons
Overall Review: There is something blatantly wrong with the Wi-Fi card or antennas, I’ve found numerous unsolved Intel tickets about the problem but they either say it’s not their fault or to update the drivers. When I’m getting dropped packets and stupid high response times to my home router standing next to it with the antennas fully Tightened there’s a problem when I get better connection with lose antennas that’s probably a bigger problem. I installed Intel’s “newest driver” and bloat-ware which seemed to help until I retightened the antennas and lost it… I used a 5$ Asian wireless receiver the size of a wireless mouse receiver and gotten better results and nothing being dropped. Not recommending anyone using Intel Wireless stuff. “Well maybe it’s your router” OK… my router manages to connect to everything else perfectly. I’ve tried both 5 Ghz and 2.4 Ghz and have had mixed results of which one is working better.” Well what about AC” There backwards compatible and should have no problem with n or g. plus it’s not like having AC is going to make your internet speeds go up. Just another bottleneck…I do a lot of continuous ping tests when I move my computer or moving the antennae. I’m adding the antenna parts being problem after the fact cause that could be it too. Don't feel like its worth RMAing over, but it is super frustrating!
Very nice gaming mouse (my first G mouse)
Pros: -multiple configurable buttons (6 on the side and the 2 sensitivity buttons) can be changed to whatever keys you need -Can change DPI on the fly, can be configured from 5 values in between like 250 DPI to 2500 DPI (at 250 intervals) -Can change how often it reads movements "performance mode" (500 per min) and "endurance mode" (150 per min) the 150 per min is faster than the mouse I had before it. (Can change the intervals of that as well) -Good packaging -Wireless -Battery powered
Cons: -A little big for my small hands (not that bad)
Overall Review: In order to configure the buttons you need to get the software form Logitech's website. Doesn't come on a disc and its probably to big for PnP!
Good product, Meh shipping
-Very good product for good price (got a headset) -Free shipping -Slow shipping, But Newegg tells you so... yea you have warning... -Wish the quality of the packaging was better, Basically just came in a retail box that was in pretty bad shape -Overall good - Look forward to buying other products from them (I thought I sent a review of Globalsell for this product but I'm not sure)