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Thermaltake, (This is for you too ThermalMike) Been building PC's for many years, ####... been building PC's before many of you on the forums were born. I have seen companies like Thermaltake, come and go. The problem with some of those companies, and why they are not around.. Direction. They see opportunity to increase profit, so they expand into too many directions and spread themselves too thin. How does this happen ? See a market (Niche), and dive in to try and make more profit. While the niche is there, the company does not better this niche.. they build one offs, and market them, and then forget about them for the most part. Instead of building something.. listening to feedback, and improving on those. Herein, View 31. Great little case (mid). Can be so much better. Sheet metal is a little thin, Face is Acrylic(Really?), The right side front is build correctly.. but this is a Tempered Glass Case... make it Tempered Glass ! What im getting at is.. if you want the case to be a premium mid tower case.. then make it premium. Im sure a few of us would have shelled out $25-$50 more, for the other luxuries. How would Thermaltake do this ? Simple... Stop making so many different variants of mid tower cases.. last i checked you had over 50 of them... 50 ? Why ? Step up your game Thermaltake, make the cases that should be premium... a little more premium. Make less, but Better products....guarantee no one would be upset at buying better product. Add TT Premium RGB fans to premium cases. Add a premium AIO to a case at a reduced cost over buying them separately. Have a dedicated feedback and support system. If you dont have what the customer(majority) needs... they will go elsewhere. Its the little things.. the small niceties.. that make the BIG Difference. Take Control Thermaltake ! Take Direction !
So just got my new laptop a couple days ago and the thing is amazing. it's an MSI GS60 Ghost Pro laptop and it cost me a #### of a lot of money to get which in my opinion was worth it. Now, for my desktop I use a corsair m65, it's a great mouse and I've had no issues with it, one of the best mouse I've ever used to far. problem is, the thing is heavy and cleary suited towards desktop use, I mean the thing is made of metal, plus it's just a pain to unplug from my computer because i keep everything in the back which is not really easily accessable. I want something pretty cheap too, maybe 35 bucks and under, I don't want to spend another 60 bucks on a mouse that I may lose as I'll be taking it places with me. it doesn't have to light up but that would be cool, and I have pretty large hands, so please take that into consideration. also, I need a mousepad, any kind will do, just something I can roll up and take with me, nothing like the beast of a mousepad I have now (corsair mm600) any replies are much appreciated and very welcomed, thank you very much.