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Kensington Orbit Optical Wired USB Trackball Mouse&hellip by Kensington
4.0 out of 5 stars Fantastic product!, 24 Mar 2012
A while back I bought a wireless version of this very trackball, because I wanted something I could use on a surface that wasn't very mouse friendly.

When I started using the trackball, I simply couldn't go back to a mouse.

I know it won't be the same for everyone, but anyone who does use a trackball, or is interested in trying one, this is a great product to buy. When my wireless one broke I specifically searched for a wired replacement, found one, bought one, and it's been working brilliant for over a year now.

As a woman who uses computers sixteen hours a day on average, with mice I found I was having serious trouble with the most common nerd injury:… Read more
Serenity [Blu-ray] [Region Free] <b>Blu-ray</b> ~ Nathan Fillion
Serenity [Blu-ray] [Region Free] Blu-ray ~ Nathan Fillion
3 of 4 people found the following review helpful
I've seen this movie going on thirty times. It's the only movie that I can sit through again and again without skipping any of the scenes.

The camera work is beautiful, the sound work is beautiful, the directing is beautiful, and the acting is magnificent.

The first time I saw it the plot had me enthralled. I was a fan of the series it comes from, Firefly, so I knew what to expect going in, but I still got caught by a few surprises.

I have two DVDs of this movie, but as soon as I had a Blu-Ray player I had to buy this version. The added quality and bonus features make it a must for any Browncoat, and it's definitely not a bad way for a newcomer to be… Read more
Freecom 56066 1TB Quattro eSATA/FireWire800/USB 3.&hellip by Freecom
6 of 6 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Well worth the price., 24 Mar 2012
I've been a loyal customer of Freecom for years. My first external harddrive was a Freecom harddrive, my second was of another intentionally unnamed company and it died on me within weeks. Coincidence? Perhaps, but whatever it was, I haven't strayed from Freecom since.

I've had one Freecom harddrive die on me, and it was my own fault, I dropped it down some stairs.

My point is, that even if Freecom harddrives in general seem a bit more expensive than some of their competitors, the quality of product is well worth that price.

As for this specific harddrive, the multiple options for connection are invaluable to me. I have all of them on my Desktop, so if I… Read more