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  • Joe and Tammy Smith - Taste great and great for your hair, skin and nails

    These are really good and a great deal! These are good for your hair, skin and nails and taste great too! I do not forget to take these and my husband takes them too. I like that you can take them anytime because they do not require taking them with water you just eat a couple a day and thats it. These have good ingredients such as biotin, b vitamins and more. There are two bottles at a good price. I received this product free in exchange for my honest, unbiased review.

  • Daniel H. - Understandably hefty price, but well worth it.

    This is the ultimate gaming mouse in my opinion, and has a cost to match. It feels very high quality, even though it is mostly, if not all plastic. They did this to save weight, and the difference is clear. It is extremely light, almost unbelievably light. It is almost like a stripped out super car, they save weight wherever possible, they even removed the unnecessary parts of the scroll wheel, making it spoked, almost like a bike wheel. While each individual weight shedding may seem insignificant and negligible, they all add up to something astonishing. The light weight may not be for everyone, but personally, I think it is fantastic. The RGB lighting is a nice feature, but it eats up a decent amount of power. I keep it set to breathing, to save power. I would set it to off, but then it doesn't even display the current DPI setting when you change it, you're left guessing and estimating. It is ambidextrous with 11 possible programmable buttons (left click, right click, scroll wheel left/right/down, DPI Up/Down, two on the right side, two on the left) you can remove the ones on the left and the right, replacing them with a solid, single piece that doesn't move. I have both buttons on both sides, just to add options. It is extremely comfortable for an ambidextrous mouse, but not quite as comfortable as a mouse like the G502. It doesn't have as many buttons as the G700s, but has plenty for just about anything besides MOBA's where you need tons of macros. The sensor is quite simply, the best sensor on the market, I won't touch on that much, as you can find plenty on this sensor elsewhere, and I am no expert. (It is the PMW3366). It has way more DPI than you would ever need, and is the most accurate sensor I've ever used. The software for this and all other Logitech peripherals is intuitive and a pleasure to use. It gives you more options than I know what to do with, but it does everything I need. I never once needed to look up help with it, because as I said, it is incredibly intuitive. Corsair could learn quite a few things from Logitech in this respect. The clocks are very satisfying and tactile. They are my personal favorites among any gaming mouse. The buttons on the side your thumb is on are very easy to press, while the ones on the opposite side are slightly tricky to press, but work well nonetheless. You can have multiple profiles and settings loaded on the mouse, available at the press of a button. The DPI switches are perfect for on the fly sensitivity adjustments, and I don't plan on ever using them for macros. The difference in input time between wired, and either wireless setup is not just negligible, I couldn't even notice if I tried. I put lag on wireless mice has always bugged me with all the other wireless mice I've tried, and I'm thankful it is a non-issue here. The approximate battery life without lighting is 35 hours, but it is reduced to 29 with breathing and 25 with all out RGB. As I said, I keep mine at breathing to strike a compromise between battery life, usability, and the cool factor. Being a full time college student, and part time Home Depot Employee, I understand budgeting my money. I had a G700s, but was unsatisfied with it, and decided to sell it when the G900 came out. I have a weekly salary of between $200 and $300, so this was not a small purchase for me. I am happy to inform you, that this purchase was worth every penny, and is not just the best wireless mouse on the market, but the best gaming mouse on the market. If you play only MOBA games, I would recommend something with more buttons, and if you play many genres of games, including MOBA's, I would recommend this mouse either by itself, or complimented by a cheap MOBA mouse, if you can afford that. The accuracy in MOBA mice isn't as important as for an FPS mouse, so the quality of the sensor and therefore the price, will be lower depending on your needs. Overall, I would give this mouse a 9.5 out of 10 which rounds up to a 5/5. If you're looking for a high quality mouse perfect for first person shooters, look no further.

  • Amazon Customer - Not listed correctly

    Although I can use the Provider Manual this was listed as an Instructor's Manual which is really what I was looking for. I was a little disappointed when it came and I saw that it was for participants not instructors.

  • Karen - I just love them. Asics shoes have always fit my foot ...

    This is my second pair of Metrolytes. I just love them. Asics shoes have always fit my foot very well. I have a narrow heel, but the ball of my foot is wider, and these are not sloppy at the heel, nor do they rub. I can wear them walking for hours, and have many times. I find my feet get less sore from being on my feet a lot when the shoe's sole is not so built up and cushioned as most athletic shoes are. This has enough to take the shock out of my steps, so comfortable, but flexible. I've but probably well over a hundred miles on my first pair, and they look almost new. May get a third pair. At 70 yrs old and not able to drive, my feet are very important to me. These Metrolytes help a lot!

  • Tbone - Very Poor Support

    I owned HCSD 2008 and upgraded to 2012. I recently found a bug in their software and spent considerable time documenting it for their "support" team. Hallmark's canned response was that they only "support" the most recent two versions, i.e., 2013 and 2014. I found this difficult to accept and inquired whether I was at least running the most current version of 2012, and Hallmark replied with the same exact email ... word-for-word. For a company with such a positive reputation, they should stand by their products better.