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This review is from: Logitech K120 Wired Standard USB Keyboard - Black
Pros: Has the same keyboard layout as my previous Logitech keyboard (unlike the one I initially bought to replace it)
Cons: Cheap, flimsy keyboard feel. Typing height, angle, and keys are shorter than my previous Logitech keyboard, making touch-typing more difficult.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: WD 500GB Elements Portable External Hard Drive USB 3.0 Model WDBUZG5000ABK Black
Pros: Over the past several decades, I've generally been happy with WD products and support. This drive (so far) is no different.
Cons: No problems so far, but I have had to RMA two WD USB3 drives in the past. Each time they have rapidly replaced the drive with another, larger capacity drive.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: IOGEAR GCS1724 4 Port VGA KVM Switch w/ PS2 & USB
Pros: Well-designed, compact unit. Attractive, functional. Allows any combination of PS2 and/or USB inputs and outputs --- and, unlike many other products, it actually works. Receives power from client computers, alleviating the need for a separate power supply. The product comes with two 4-foot cables and two 6-foot cables (contrary to the manufacturer's product description which say four 4-foot cables).
Cons: 1) Because it obtains its power from the attached computers, you have to power them all down when making any wiring changes (i.e. adding or subtracting a computer, or changing cord lengths, etc.)
2) The "auto scan" and "next port" functions do not automatically bypass unused ports.
3) There is no "previous port" function (which would be far more useful than "auto scan")
4) The proprietary cables are ridiculously expensive. A six-foot (combined) VGA/2*PS2/USB cable costs $20-50, depending where you buy it. In contrast, you can buy each of these separately for $1-2, for a total of $4-8.
5) One of the four cables included with the product came with a bent #6 pin.