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This review is from: Microsoft Wireless Sculpt Ergonomic Keyboard
Pros: This is my first ego keyboard. My work gave it to me when I was complaining of sore wrists and carpal tunnel symptoms. The layout took some getting used to but now I am in love with this keyboard. I'm about ready to buy one for home as well. I have had no issues with the key sticking or any other complaints.
The best pro is that my wrists feel completely better and after the adjustment period, I can type just as fast on this keyboard as any straight one, maybe faster now :)
Cons: I would have been fine if the keyboard was just a tad wider and made the function and esc keys a bit bigger. I don't use them a lot so it's not a big deal but is just a tad more difficult to hit that esc key when needed.
I'm not taking a star off for the small inconvenience, my wrists feel completely better and I'll never go back to a regular straight keyboard again.
Other Thoughts: I know some people love the separate key pad... that took me the most to get used to. I keep mine on the right side of my mouse, and therefore requires more effort to reach when I need to use it, but on the plus side my mouse is in nearer to where I type so I guess I'm ok with itREAD FULL REVIEW
Pros: I've owned this chip for about 2 years, I run this in my HTPC. Runs nearly 20 hrs a day, every day.
Cons: Seemed like a good idea to keep a build simple and put the graphic processing in the processor, but I have issues with the graphics being fluid and smooth.
Sometimes when it just sits idea with Media Center running the CPU will spike to nearly 70% on all four processors.
This review is from: Crucial M4 2.5" 64GB SATA III MLC Internal Solid State Drive (SSD) CT064M4SSD2
Pros: Fast Drive while it worked
Cons: Seemed to die right about the time the warranty expired.READ FULL REVIEW