Joined on 12/26/07
Best keyboard out there
Pros: The overall quality of the keyboard is the best out there, lights are great, and the overall layout of the keyboard is perfect.
Cons: The ONLY problem i have with this is my F7 key led doesn't work and i didn't notice this immediately. I'm not sure if i can RMA this or what but i have to take it down a star for this flaw.
Pros: very easy install. thats it.
Cons: disconnects to my router every five minutes at least. not consistent at all.
Overall Review: im using windows 7 beta and xp pro, and both it works fine on, just is a piece of garbage. im about 20 feet away from my router, through only one paper thin wall and it just will not stay connected.
Best claw grip mouse hands down
Pros: Comfort, feel, durability, customization, price. I've bought many mice in the past year (around a dozen) all with different flaws, but i have finally found the perfect mouse for my medium/large hands. For hands that size it is hard to find a good mouse for claw grip, yet logitech did an amazing job with this one.
Cons: A lot of people mention something in the sort of it making their palm sweat, i too have this as well. It is not as terrible as it sounds though, at most it is a dampness and to get to this point it takes a good hour at least for you to even start to notice it.
Overall Review: Overall the high temperature of this mouse is worth dealing with considering it is flawless other than that.
Great for the price
Pros: I was very surprised by the amount of bass in this set of headphones and the overall quality of the audio is excellent for 50$. The Sonic force feedback vibration is pretty cool, in no way would i consider it a con but at the same time i wouldn't use it all the time. The software they include with the drivers has a ton of features and audio settings. I love the detachable mic, i haven't really messed around with the settings of it very much but skype picked up my mic after selecting the new imput and output devices.
Cons: You have to either use the usb sound or use the 3.5mm connection and plug the battery pack (with 4AAA batteries needed) they give you into the usb cable. Not terrible for people who are going to be leaving these at their desktop like myself.
Overall Review: There are only 3 settings for when plugged into the usb. 1. No vibration & No Lights 2. Lights & Vibration 3. Vibration The software is always in the tray? The usb light is red, while the vibrate on light is green; kind of backwards imo. Overall these small imperfections give this great headset a 4/5.