on an Lenovo Nvidia 555m laptop, didn't function very well!
Geoffrey Neal, Amazon
17 December 2013
Summary: Paying for 5 map packs and base game, I only played it very rarely. The FPS and CPU were too slow for some reason for this game. The irony is that BF4 (with all it's problems) performs better than BF3 (with it's latest patch). I have a Lenovo Ideapad Y570 w/ Nvidia 555m graphic card.
Summary: This thng sits really high but does not come with a wrist rest. I had to get one as you cant really use it without a wrist rest. Keys are Extremely loud. Sometime when I press a key it does not register. Other times it registers twice on a singly key press. Not impressed for the amount of money this thing costs. Finish is high gloss which atracts a lot of finger prints, smudges, and dust. I would not recommend this to a serious gamer.
Summary: After install, at minimum, 2 hour bandaid download. You pay $60 for a truely 'Limited' edition and then expected to fork out another $50 for 'premium' as a tax for extra points and goodies. Pretty typical EA grab all you can get then forget about fixing anything.
Pros: Beautiful graphics, when it works. Weapon selection and accuracy is awesome.
Cons: More bugs than Orkin's test proving grounds. System crashes, lockups, stutters, online requirement for even SP; button inconsistencies, teeny tiny team identifiers, lacks what is/how to documentation. Difficult to even stay internet connected least alone avoid 'disconnected from EA online (1)" errors. Overly complicated button combos to accomplish certain tasks. You need pretty much a top 20% line system to even get started. The Origin webpage at startup consumes 55% ...
Summary: ordered this keyboard to replace a logitech g15 because it was just time for a new keyboard and wow not what i expected, i thought i was not going to enjoy the orange letters or bold font on this keyboard but it may just be the nicest ive seen, it glows just awesome. this is the first mechanical keyboard i have used in several years so i was a little annoyed at first but after a bit i have to say im starting to kinda like it.
Summary: Firstly, this is NOT a gaming keyboard. Anyone who claims that it is a gaming keyboard is no doubt comparing it to one with rubber dome style switches (switches are the part of the keyboard that makes each key work). Almost all keyboards use rubber dome switches, which is the same type of switch your TV remote uses. This includes the expensive Logitechs.