ZaReason Ion Breeze 3770
Written by Michael Larabel in Computers on 15 June 2009. Page 3 of 8. 6 Comments

The USB optical mouse also has a miniature ZaReason logo that is screen-printed into the top. However, we are not fond of the mouse at all. It is a rather cheap, very simple mouse. It is said to be a "3D Optical Mouse" for home and office use, but we really could not stand using it for more than a few minutes. This mouse is simply no comparison to the Razer Lachesis, Logitech MX1100, or other mice that have greater sensitivity, more buttons, and a more ergonomical design. This mouse had a vendor ID of 0x1bcf and 0x0007.

The InWin chassis used by ZaReason for the Ion Breeze 3770 is quite small. From the outside this looks like a decent case though is not nearly as nice as say one from SilverStone. On the front of the case there is a ZaReason logo along with an Ubuntu sticker. Two USB 2.0 ports plus a microphone and headphone jack is also present.

At the rear of the computer there are six USB 2.0 ports, one PS/2 port, one HDMI output, analog and digital S/PDIF output, DVI-D, VGA D-Sub, one eSATA, one Gigabit Ethernet, and three analog audio jacks. On the I/O panel is also the DC power connector for the power supply. ZaReason does not use the standard AC power connector on the InWin chassis. This case does have a mini PCI slot, but it is not occupied.

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