- It’s a piece of STILL YET TO BE RELEASED crap. Buy a Logitech G500 instead. Same price, better functionality, more buttons and gadgets, and a name you probably already trust with great customer service. That’s what I did. After posting a comment on the Cyber Snipa webpage-blog questioning why they still hadn’t released their product when they stated they would (more than 4 weeks following the release date) and questioning why they haven’t posted any updates about the actual product release the site admin refused to post comments by anyone other than the idiots who run around as moderators on their webpage to make themselves appear good. Makes you wonder how many other people had posted comments who had actually pre-ordered the mouse that never saw the light of day. Goes to show you can’t trust Cyber Snipa. They took preorders for the darn thing! Why would you take money for a product you couldn’t release on the set date and then continue to take money for AFTER that set date was past, refusing to keep the customers updated on your current lie?.. Only if you were a greedy piece of worthless crap company like the guys over at Cyber Snipa, that’s why!
- As a skier, the last thing I would ever think about using a blackberry for would be to guide me real time down a posted trail. The only dubious value of this application is for a statistics wonk who wants to count the number of miles traveled, vertical feet skied. I cannot for the life of me imagine re-tracing all my ski route. For hiking, bushwhacking, trailblazing and other back country pursuits tracking is useful. But for plotting your route on a marked trail? C'mon. That would be like using a automobile gps to track my routes as I do my errands on Saturday!
- I need the HTC HD2 Extend battery bad !! Give it to me !! :)
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