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This review is from: Corsair Gaming K70 RGB Mechanical Gaming Keyboard - Cherry MX Brown
Pros: Genuine Cherry MX Brown keys. The brown keys are the perfect blend of tactile responsiveness, pressure and noise. I used several Blue keyboards and Corsairs own K65 keyboard, a ten keyless version of this keyboard with Red switches and the brown keys wins hands down. I found the Blue keys to be too loud and the Red keys, which are linear pressure, to be good for gaming but horrible for typing.
The keyboard is solidly built on an aluminum base. The raised key design makes cleaning the keyboard a breeze. A must for dusty environment!
RGB lighting is great, each key can be individual lit and programmed to your heart's content. The Corsair program is overwhelming but you can download custom profiles from other users from Corsair's forum.
A huge pro for me and one that is easily over looked is the volume wheel. I love having a simple rotary scroll for volume control instead of - and + buttons.
Cons: Price - You get what you pay for but there is no denying that this is an expensive keyboard.
Other Thoughts: Th keyboard has two USB plugs. If you have USB 3.0 you only need to plug with the keyboard icon. Otherwise, plug both in.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Great SSD when price is a primary factor. Performance will not reveal newer NVMe SSDs but it will beat any spinning hard drive out of the water. I'd even recommend this drive for anyone that needs secondary SSDs for their Steam library.
Cons: Lacks any cloning software. This may be an issue for those looking to replace their primary drive without doing a clean OS install. Otherwise, it is not an issue.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: -64 MB Cache with 8 GB of Solid State Storage managed by the hard drive's firmware.
-4 TB of total storage with 3.63 TB of actual storage use.
-5 year warranty compared 2 years offered by WD.
-Great alternative if on a budget or looking for a single drive solution with massive storage space
-Out performs traditional drives in OS boot time, real word differences of a few seconds under Windows 10.
-Great storage or secondary drive solution when paired with a SSD main drive.
Cons: -I would still recommend a SSD for your primary OS drive if budget allows.
Other Thoughts: -Jury is out on reliability. This is my first hybrid drive I've tested or used. I've only had the drive for a month now and haven't experienced any problem at all but only time will tell.READ FULL REVIEW