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Pros: Cheap and large amount of storage space.
Cons: Died right after the warranty ran out. I barely even used the thing. I know it sat in the package unopened for several months before installing. Even then, it was a lone THIRD hard drive just used for spillover from my every day drives. Yes, it powered up every day. But I accessed it like once a month. I was shocked when it started failing and then shocked again when I looked up my order history to see how long ago it was purchased. Sure surprised me to see just over 2 years. Feels like maybe 1 year. haha
Other Thoughts: Whatever. Pretty bummed and I feel like it died too soon even if it were heavily used.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: Razer Abyssus Mirror PC Gaming Mouse
Pros: On-the-fly adjustable DPI and frequency. Solid scroll wheel (solid clicky feeling versus a more free spin). Well packaged.
Cons: It's not a high quality mouse. It's NOT some garbage mouse either. But it's lightweight, doesn't glide as easy as my previous mouse (Logitech M500) despite having some special "gliding feature", cord is thin "dime-a-dozen" type, and personally, I think it's not all that comfortable despite being slightly ergonomically designed. And the shape was the whole reason I bought it. The back-end isn't as fat or "teardrop" as the Razer Naga and it could stand be to a bit longer.
Other Thoughts: In the end, it's really no different than any other cheap mouse. Sure it has a small amount of adjustability. But let's face it. Once you find a setting you're happy with, you usually just stick with it forever. The whole mouse has a very lightweight feel to it. Not impressed. I suggest passing on this mouse and either going with a different brand or spending a few extra bucks to step up on the Razer product.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: 12000 mAh High Capacity Dual USB Power Bank Charger
Pros: It works. I don't mind the size. Slightly larger than a deck of cards. Has two USB ports to charge two devices simultaneously. Comes with a short (1ft) cord and a bunch of tips. Has 4 LEDs up top to display capacity. After owning it awhile, I can say the LEDs don't appear to be accurate. It's like a gas gauge on an old car. Stays full for the first half tank, then races to empty. But hey, better than nothing. And to people complaining that it takes a mini usb for charging, big deal. Many of them use some proprietary connector. And it includes a mini USB connector anyway.
Cons: Capacity is NO WHERE NEAR rated capacity. Not even half. I'd put it at about 5000mAh. Which considering the price, isn't terrible. But it's not as advertised. Minus 2 eggs for deceptive advertising.
Other Thoughts: In the end, it's been working fine for me for over a year. Seems to hold the charge quite awhile when not using. Capacity just isn't anywhere near 12000 mAh.READ FULL REVIEW