Date Joined: 12/01/12
Pros: Rechargeable battery
Multiple connection options
Solid build quality
Forward and back buttons out of the way to not accidentally be clicked
Cons: Nowhere to put the unifying receiver in the mouse itself
Pressing the scroll wheel enables infinity scroll
Overall Review: I have a MX Master 2S and got the mobile version for my girlfriend. The mouse is great but my biggest complaints are the lack of a spot to place the unifying receiver in the mouse meaning it is harder to keep up with. On top of that the scroll wheel doesnt have middle mouse button like every other mouse Ive used. Instead it is a physical button below the scroll wheel which makes it much less likely to be used. Its not a huge ordeal but I personally use that a lot so this would be a problem for me. Otherwise the build quality seems solid and we love the MX master series!
Pros: -easy to install
-lots of storage space
-decent price for the speed/space
Cons: -migration utility is a bit difficult to use if you’re going from an m.2 to an m.2 because you aren’t allowed to use an enclosure
Overall Review: I’ve had a 970 evo for a while and it was awesome. Never had any speed issues plus but I was running out of storage quickly due to the amount of stuff I keep on my PC. Decided to upgrade and while the hardware was easy to swap, I had to manually reload and copy all of my data because the Samsung migration utility doesn’t allow the destination to be an enclosure and I couldn’t boot the source drive from the enclosure. Other than that it’s been equally as quick as my last one with all the extra space that I needed.
Pros: -Easy to set up
-Minimal drivers needed
-Better than on-board Wireless