Date Joined: 10/06/14
Pros: Extremely simple and sturdy
Little orange light tells you when it's in use
Wide loop for threading keyrings, ect. through
Cons: Pretty small, so don't lose it or you'll never see it again
Overall Review: I say this thing is DEFINITELY worth the money. The metal construction is sturdy as Hell, making it very reliable. It's been through rain and shine on my keyring, which tends to be tossed around a lot and has multiple other drives (and of course keys) on it. Hasn't been scratched or dented up, surprisingly. It's so small that I hardly know it's on me when I'm wearing my lanyard, unlike the Kingston Traveler trio I have on there as well. It was easy to attach to the keyring due to the wide loop, and once again the metal casing shines because I can be sure it won't snap off like a few of my other drives. All-in-all, an excellent product.
Does its job
Cons: Not RGB
No software for customization
Cycling through colors can be a pain
Overall Review: A bit too wide for my tastes, but then again, I have tiny hands that are almost as small as my 7-year-old niece's. Everyone else that doesn't have freakishly small hands should get along well with it, I believe. It's nothing really special.... Just a super cheap mouse with LEDs and extra buttons and adjustable weight. As I said before.... Meh.
Pros: . . . .
Cons: It didn't work. At all.
Overall Review: I should think it would be self-explanatory.
Pros: Insanely comfortable, even for my almost child-sized lady hands
Very good sensor
All dem buttons
Cons: Doesn't come in white. If you have a white rig and want everything to match, that would be an issue (it wasn't for me but I'm sure there are some out there that would find that to be unfortunate)
Overall Review: For YEARS, it has been nearly impossible for me to find a gaming mouse that actually felt good in my tiny hands. Logitech delivers in this department. It feels natural in my palm grip, and it's very good for long gaming sessions. Very accurate, doesn't feel too light or too heavy, and can be adjusted according to one's preferences. Personally, I believe this mouse is only outdone by the G502 Proteus Spectrum, which features RGB lighting that can sync with other G-Series products and adjustable weight for more customization options. This is pretty much the same, without the fancy lighting and weights. Definitely nice if you're a bit short on cash but need a great gaming mouse.
Pros: Full-size NVIDIA GTX 1070 GPU
Mind-blowingly good cooling system
Cons: Very big and hefty (doesn't bother me at all but some people might not enjoy it I guess)
Audio can sound "tinny" if up too loud for whatever reason, slight buzz in left side as well if volume up too loud
RGB Steel Series keyboard lacks the personalization features that keyboards such as the Logitech G910 Orion Spark
Overall Review: After an absolutely disastrous experience with a GIGABYTE P57W-SL3 (my first gaming laptop which only lasted a year before cooking itself to death), I searched for a laptop that could offer me the best cooling paired with the most high-end graphics capabilities.... And my search lead me to the GT73VR TITAN-017. I was expecting just a machine I could take to LAN parties or use occasionally in different areas of the house when someone else was using the desktop, but I got much, much more.
This machine completely and utterly replaces my desktop. I have not so much as touched it since I received this laptop, save for transferring all of my files once I discovered it could easily do everything the desktop could. Storage is not an issue. Internet connectivity is not an issue. Gaming capability is not an issue. This is essentially a nearly top-of-the-line desktop computer stuffed into a laptop-sized package, and it is big and bold and beautiful. I honestly can't find anything to really gripe about; This thing is THAT amazing.
Tl;dr: This laptop is so awesome it inspired me to sell my soul to MSI.