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Pros: - Works. No technical nor mechanical problems
- Great looking mouse, in my opinion.
- Included with my MSI video card
Cons: -1600 dpi is too low and makes the mouse difficult to use in day-to-day use, let alone as a gaming mouse.
Other Thoughts: Small movements of the mouse causes the pointer to jump several pixels rather than making a single smooth motion. This actually makes it difficult to select certain UI elements in apps, on websites, and in games. This is not a mechanical problem with the mouse, it's because of the dpi.
You can definitely see and feel the difference between the 1600 dpi of this mouse compared to the 1800 dpi provided by other products. If you've never used a higher dpi mouse then you're unlikely to see anything wrong with the MSI Interceptor, but if you have, then this mouse will frustrate you.
Pros: I bought this back in 2011 and I'm still using it today in 2016. Thus far I have had no indication of problems with this memory.
Other Thoughts: Purchase date Jan. 14th 2011. Review written April 2nd 2016. That's 5 years, 2 months, and 19 days, in case you're wondering.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: ASUS TF101 Docking Station with Keyboard and Built-in Battery for Transformer Tablet
Pros: It works as a battery, at least so long as the tablet itself does not get confused about its connection state or the amount of charge that is remaining. That's pretty much it, though. It's a good battery.
Cons: Numerous keys have permanently ceased functioning, both number and letter keys. It's no longer possible to type single words or any password or PINs, so any time that I want to type something I must disconnect the tablet and use the on-screen keyboards. At first the keys would only temporarily fail, but would "turn back on" after leaving the device on for a couple of minutes. Now not only are they permanently unresponsive, but even more keys are dead now.
Still to this day, over a year after buying it, the tablet occasionally gets confused about what its battery charge is or even if it's plugged into the keyboard. It's much less common than it was in the beginning, but still happens.
Other Thoughts: I used this for taking notes during university classes. It was great for the first semester, then began to flake out during the 2nd semester of use, and is now useless as anything other than an extra battery. The device has been well taken care of, not thrown around, banged around, nor smashed between heavy books.READ FULL REVIEW