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Pros: It works...
Cons: But only works when the bundled software is installed. If you remove the software, you remove the driver for the device. Further, the software stops my computer (Windows 7 32bit) from automatically connecting to a wifi network on startup. Not entirely sure why.
Other Thoughts: Regardless, if you can find a way around the annoying program, such as disabling it from starting when windows powers up, then you shouldn't have any issues with this device.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: 2in1 Original Rii Mini Ultra-slim 2.4GHz Wireless Keyboard Touchpad Combo CN99
Pros: Simple, nicely sized, easy to use. More importantly, doesn't require any crazy or complex drivers, or third party programs. All you do is plug in the receiver thing in any usb slot, turn on the controller, and go. It has an auto-sleep function, which is a little annoying, but still an intelligently designed aspect that I enjoy.
Cons: Only issue is in the key presses. The keys themselves are a bit tough to push. It's like they're a cross between a Membrane Keyboard and a TV Remote, and it's not something that works out all too well. Oh, and the touchpad is a bit finicky too. Not bad, but it takes a little getting used to.
Other Thoughts: All told, I strongly recommend this controller for use with a Home Theater PC. I've got a build running on OpenELEC, and this remote has been perfect for operating it. Again, the dongle connects and the keyboard is instantly up-and-running. Battery lasts a long time, charging doesn't take too long, and it's really just a worthwhile device.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: (2 Blade) Stainless Steel Pocket Knife
Pros: Thin and easily hidden. People can be around you for months and months and never know you have it. It fits especially well in the mini-pocket on the right side of most Jeans. That specific spot keeps the knife mostly out of sight, save for a barely-visible outline.
It's also pretty sharp. Nothing amazing, no surgical steel to be found here, but for opening letters, cutting into plastic packaging, or just about anything else you'd need a knife for, it's solid, and if it ever dulls, a standard Kitchen Knife sharpener will most likely be enough to return its edge.
I've had this little piece of metal for nearly five years now, I've used it for everything under the sun, and it still cuts fine and hides away when it's not needed. You need a small, durable knife for daily use? Get this one.
Cons: Fingerprint Magnet, no cool-looking brand names or extra functions. No bells or whistles here, just a good, solid knife
Other Thoughts: Got it as a freebie from my mother's work about 5 years ago. Had it on me every day I was in high school from mid-sophomore year onward, no one ever noticed it.READ FULL REVIEW