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TeckNetŪ M002 Nano Wireless Mouse,6 Buttons,18 Mon&hellip by TeckNet
This is a great mouse.

The aesthetics of the mouse are great, seemingly no matter what color you buy it in. I plumped for the black one, to suit the rest of my peripherals. The black one is composed mainly of piano-finish black along the top, and as a result, it attracts fingerprints easily. This can be solved by wiping the mouse, something which should be done frequently anyway.

The mouse is ergonomically pleasing, too. With the large indent where the thumb rest is, it is comfortable to use for long periods of time. The mouse may be a little bit of a problem for those with big hands and have a 'palm' grip on the mouse, as the mouse is not large enough, at least for… Read more
TeckNetŪ C016 USB HD 720P Webcam, 5 MegaPixel, 5G &hellip by TeckNet
3.0 out of 5 stars Good, but not Great, 3 July 2014
This is a great little webcam, but not without it's faults.

Build - The build of the webcam is solid. If you are prone to dropping things, then it should be able to survive a tumble. The camera is able to be manipulated in most directions, which is a bonus over other webcams. The webcam also has a Tripod nut fitted in the bottom, which is a nice touch. The adjustable LEDs on the webcam are also nice - they provide the ability to use the fill-in lighting technique. This may be important to people considering using this webcam as a streaming webcam or for security.

Video/Mic - The video quality of the Webcam is good. It is certainly good enough for those looking for a… Read more
Noctua NF-F12PWM Case Fan 120 mm by noctua
5.0 out of 5 stars Excellent, 22 Jan 2014
If you, like me, have had to return countless 'high quality' fans due to them being bad, noisy, or any other complaint, then you must buy this fan. It is flawless.

The price is a little high, but it is well worth it. I use one of these fans in push/pull configuration over a radiator, the Noctua being the Push, and a Sharkoon being the Pull.

The fan is PWM, which is useful. When my PC is idling, the CPU temperature is 23 deg C in a room temperature of 18-19 deg C. The fan speed is at 280 RPM to achieve this. This low RPM results in the Noctua being completely silent, and the Sharkoon in 'Pull' being silent too.

When gaming, the RPM of the Sharkoon in 'Pull'… Read more