Date Joined: 01/10/05
Pros: Very simple and to-the-point user interface. 'On/Off' & 'Temp'.
Cons: Fan noise. On the plus side, it reminds me the unit is on.
Pros: It just works. I have no idea how many of these I've purchased. I support multiple machines and all are equipped with the Trackman. I lend them to friends and never get them back.
Overall Review: Don't eat salted peanuts in the shell while using this mouse. The dust soon makes it very difficult to roll the ball. Five seconds with a tissue and you're good to go though. Can't speak for other mice.
Pros: I used two of these devices in a RAID 1 configuration. No problems at all.
Pros: Built a new machine for my wife and purchased this as part of materials. She likes it a lot.
Pros: VMware ESXi 5.5 U1 acknowledges and uses this NIC without any problems.
Pros: It works for VMware 5.5 U1. I have a quad core Xeon 3.2 GHz CPU and it'll do a half dozen VMs as long as they're not really really busy.
Cons: The 2nd NIC isn't supported by VMware but that's certainly not Supermicro's fault. Getting into the RAID configuration is very difficult. The RAID is also not supported by VMware.
Overall Review: Spend some time reading the docs on the BIOS. Configuring the boot order is pretty slick - once you figure how to do it.
Pros: As advertised. Includes storage case. I use the 10x lens to take pictures of coins and the results are very good.
Cons: Threading lenses on to camera lens needs to be done very carefully with my camera (Canon). Get the right start and it screws on smoothly. Use the wrong start and it doesn't seat and feels like you're about to strip the thread.
Pros: Price, size, appearance
Cons: Too many dropped/spurious characters. With Win 7 Notepad, it took me a half dozen attempts to close the app after a typing test. I was using the menu bar. I kept getting hits on Save as... and Print... etc.
Overall Review: This item is a *lot* smaller than I was expecting. Rereading the description does give the dimensions though.
Does not seem to work via the USB cable. Wireless is required.
I'll keep it because it's kinda cool and with more use, I might be able to make it work better.