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Logitech G700s Rechargeable Gaming Mouse by Logitech
1 of 2 people found the following review helpful
For a long time I put off purchasing a wireless mouse due to issues about lag and responsiveness. Other reviews on this site and on tech sites will confirm that this is the case. For me it's the actual feel of a such a grade of [gaming] mouse being wireless. There is such a sense of freedom to using it. One is the elimination of getting your mouse cord snagged on some desk item and the resulting faffing around trying to clear some space or move the wire. Secondly (particularly for gamers) is the actual nature of the mouse's movement when there is no cord attached to it. The mouse feels like an extension of your arm and hand rather than an extension of your computer. When your mouse is… Read more
Stunt Rhythms ~ Two Fingers
Stunt Rhythms ~ Two Fingers
4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
Windows Down, System Up!

All the violent excitement of dubstep without such a narrow sound stucture.

Totally worth the purchase!
Economics by Paul A. Samuelson
Economics by Paul A. Samuelson
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
I purchased this book in light of the global economic crisis, realising that I knew nothing about economics. (But don't worry I know how to say Caecilius is in the hallway in Latin... Thanks, private school!)
This book was really helpful in providing me with an understanding of fundamental economic principles at both the micro and macro level. It did so in a thorough and well laid out manner.
Worth the purchase also because of who Paul Samuelson was. He appeared to be an economist worth listening to (Wikipedia him)and in this book he presents all sides of the economic opinion with a historical background.

Definietely worth the purchase.