I had a very good wired gaming mouse from a different company that lasted me about 4 years. However, the old mouse had a couple of significant design flaws: metal accents and independent left and right-click button covers. Over time, the metal accents started to get worn down and develop some verdigris from skin oils and moisture in the atmosphere. The final straw on the camel's back was the right click button cover, which was an entirely separate piece of plastic, snapped at its attachment points on the interior of the mouse body. Once they snapped, there was no way for me to access the interior without disassembling the mouse, so I decided to replace it. I really chose this mouse based on price, but it's a very nice looking mouse at the same time. My expectations were shattered when I opened the box. The mouse was packaged extremely well--that's always a good first impression. The mouse is fairly hefty, but not so in a burdensome way. It has an auto-timeout for battery saving which is a Godsend--it only requires a single click to wake it up. And, of course, it has adjustable DPI which is pretty much a requirement for a serious gamer. All-in-all I'd say this is the best mouse I've ever purchased. I'd definitely recommend this to anyone looking for a gaming mouse, but even to someone only looking for a nice wireless mouse. In the future, I'll browse this company's offerings before looking at any other manufacturer.
I have two computers and didn't want to get a new desk that fit them both, so I decided to buy a keyboard tray to put under one of the bookshelves on my new bookcase. According to the dimensions in the description, which were, 2.1" (less than 2-1/8") by 11.625" (11-5/8") by 22" it would have worked perfectly. In measuring it after I received it, those measurements are just the keyboard. They do not include the brackets and the drawer pull mechanism. The finished height is 3-1/4". The minimum depth needed for installation of this keyboard is just short of 13". The width of the front, from the outside edge of the brackets, is 23.75". Luckily, I was able to add a couple "one by" pieces of wood under the shelf to allow me to install it as planned underneath it. I love it. The "drawer" pulls out firmly and the mouse tray is great. I couldn't be happier. I searched all over the Web and this is the best value. I knew being a Fellows, it wouldn't be cheaply made, and I was correct.
I've now had this desk for over a year. PROS: 1. The tray area is large, and since my mac keyboard is slim...I have plenty of area to place pens or note pads to keep handy. 2. I like the design of having a mouse tray that extends...that way my mouse isn't taking up room on the main keyboard tray. 3. The wrist pad along the front is perfect size and very comfortable. CONS: 1. The fabric on the wrist pad and the mouse tray are a medium-light gray...so it has noticeably stained and the fabric edges are a bit worn and frayed. 2. About a few months ago, a screw broke off on the left slide bracket, causing my tray to fall on that side when I would apply too much pressure from the weight of my hands typing. I could easily put the tray back in, but it would fall a few times a day from normal hand pressure. I eventually had to bribe my husband into spending some time to fix the problem more permanently. And he did. I bought it because I could not for the life of me find a bright white computer desk, with sufficient drawer storage, and a modern look...so I sort of constructed my own using modular pieces from ***. Problem was, I really wanted a slide-out computer tray, with mouse holder, so that I could use the whole desktop for all other things. This was the very best tray I could find. I really wish that I had spent more time and thought into the placement of where to screw in the brackets under the desk (I centered the main tray into the space without considering the mouse tray extended)...so now I cannot slide my tray back under my desk unless I contract the mouse tray first....which usually causes me to forget about moving my mouse onto the main tray, and the mouse falls to the ground, and I spit out a mad curse word. On second thought, I should probably just reinstall the thing a couple inches over, problem solved and quite whining...haha.
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