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Pros: Solid overall performance, quiet, hasn't had serious problems with any media I've tried so far.
Cons: I have had a few scattered bad burns, but I can't be sure that the blame lands on the drive. In any event, it's not a large number, but worth noting. Burn quality seems a little questionable when tested with specialized software, but thusfar everything has been readable aside from the few times it died mid-burn.
Other Thoughts: I have a pretty high level of trust in the drive, but I am a little worried about burn quality. Overall, it's good and I trust it so I'm not going to dock it too hard, but I do feel a little uncertainty.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: RAZER Lycosa Keyboard
Pros: Slick-looking, solid responsiveness, good LED lighting, keys are readable in any light in my home, good media functions.
Cons: I personally like a little more tactile feedback. I don't like the drivers for it - I'd call them excess baggage, myself. I'd like to see more lighting options (a dimmer of some sort).
Other Thoughts: Overall, a solid keyboard. Honestly, the anti-ghosting stuff seems like marketing fluff, but the keyboard is responsive and has a decent feel - I prefer a more tactile response, but it's not bad as is...you know when you're pressing something. I'm taking two eggs off because frankly I do NOT think it was worth the money. I don't mean it as a dig on the keyboard, the functionality is very good - but I just don't think the feature set justifies the cost. Knock 30% off the price (or maybe add a 4-port USB hub) and you've got a five star. I'd probably call it a 3.5 as is, but I'm downgrading it.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: KeyTronic KT400U2 Black 104 Normal Keys USB Wired Standard Keyboard
Pros: Works fine, build quality seems good for the cash.
Cons: It doesn't have much in the way of 'features', but you shouldn't be expecting it to.
Other Thoughts: Plain, simple, gets the job done, seems built well. What else can you expect at the price?READ FULL REVIEW