Cooler Master Devastator 3 Keyboard and Mouse Combo Review

By releasing the Devastator 3 keyboard plus mouse combo, Cooler Master is also taking care of the entry level gaming segment, but can be also considered suitable for people that do not want to invest a lot on peripherals, but still take advantage of RGB functionality. The keyboard is available with many layouts and for cutting down costs, the manufacturer has went for a membrane-type switch, but at the same time has customized its design in order to increase the durability. The mouse packs an Avago sensor with a maximum DPI of 2400MHz, adjustable in four different preset steps and comes with an ergonomic shape; Cooler Master has used Omron switches for the buttons so the buttons are guaranteed to operate optimally up to 10 million actuations.  "


Posted on Tuesday, July 04, 2017 @ 14:53:16 UTC in Cooler Master by Wesslan

Mouse/Keyboard: Corsair Glaive RGB

Corsair Glaive RGB Review

The high performance PC components and peripheral manufacturer, Corsair, has released the Glaive RGB, a mouse aimed heavily towards the FPS gamer looking for comfort and performance. Featuring a custom PixArt 16,000 DPI sensor, a trio of interchangeable magnetic thumb grips, OMRON switches and 3-Zone RGB, the Glaive certainly promises a lot. The Glaive is available in two flavours, black plastic or aluminium, resulting in a different weight and appearance. “Corsair hardware is regularly featured in showcase “dream systems,” and we have earned the adulation and respect of the press, professional gamers and overclockers, high-end system integrators, and PC enthusiasts worldwide by delivering leading-edge technology backed by renowned service and support.” Corsair certainly has plenty of experience of putting mice together, with many successes in the past. Let’s see how the Glaive racks up against the competition.  "


Posted on Thursday, June 01, 2017 @ 18:12:03 UTC in Corsair by Wesslan

Mouse/Keyboard: Corsair GLAIVE RGB

Corsair GLAIVE RGB gaming mouse review

For the gamers out there we now offer a review on the all new Corsair Gaming GLAIVE RGB game mouse, the device is sturdy and aesthetically pleasing with configurable RGB LEDs and has a grip that is intensely impressive. the mouse weighs in at 121 grams and is fully programmable. All in all this might be one of the more impressive mouse’s we have tested. Oh hey, and did we mention it has magnetic removable thumb grips already? Yeah. We stated it a couple of times already, but it is very crowded in the PC gaming hardware arena -- especially when it comes to products like headsets, keyboards and mice. Whether you have ten bucks to spend or a hundred there WILL be a product matching that budget. Simple mice, small mice, mice dedicated to games, mice for business usage, mice with multiple scanning lasers, mice with adjustable weight systems, and on and on.  "


Posted on Friday, May 12, 2017 @ 13:41:13 UTC in Corsair by Wesslan

Mouse/Keyboard: Corsair Gaming Glaive RGB

Corsair Gaming Glaive RGB Review

Out of the box, you will receive the Corsair Gaming Glaive RGB mouse placed in a cardboard container, two additional thumb grips in a cardboard tray, along with a quick start guide and a warranty guide. The software can be downloaded from Corsair' website. The file size of the Corsair Utility Engine (CUE) is 154MB, but I am willing to bet a vast majority of the users who are interested in this mouse will have a reasonably fast internet connection at home. It should not take more than a minute or so in download time given it is 2017 after all, and if you already have other peripherals from the company, you do not need to install anything new.  "


Posted on Monday, May 08, 2017 @ 17:18:09 UTC in Corsair by Wesslan

Corsair Glaive RGB Gaming Mouse

Hello, PC enthusiasts. Feast your eyes on the latest gaming peripheral from Corsair: The Glaive RGB Gaming Mouse. Looking at the spec list for the Glaive it is clear Corsair set out to make a titan in the gaming peripheral scene. With a 16K precision sensor custom made for Corsair, interchangeable grip system, 3-zone RGB lighting, Omron Switches rated at 50M clicks, paired with the quality you’ve come to expect from Corsair. All this with an MSRP of $69.99 and you start to think maybe you conjured up the Glaive in a dream somewhere. We are sure readers are ready to see what the Glaive is all about so we will get right in to the review.  "


Posted on Sunday, May 07, 2017 @ 14:18:53 UTC in Corsair by Wesslan

Corsair K95 Platinum Keyboard Review

Corsair’s latest keyboard, as expected, is stunning. With a brushed metal finish, stunning RGB lighting, and the familiar media key set-up, it’s a beautiful keyboard, not too unrecognisable from many previous Corsair products. It seems Corsair have found what works on a high-end keyboard and don’t seem interested in changing the formula, which seemingly suits people fine – myself included. The board consists of a full QWERTY keyboard, complete with a numpad, and 6 macro keys on the left side. Across the top are several buttons, for functions such as changing profiles (for key macros and lighting effects), a Windows key lock, and a brightness toggle. Further along, you’ll find Corsair’s familiar volume roller and mute key, though compared to my K95’s roller, it’s made of metal and feels a bit chunkier than previous iterations – which gives it a more premium feel. Below the roller are the media keys for play, pause, fast-words and previous.  "


Posted on Sunday, May 07, 2017 @ 14:03:32 UTC in Corsair by Wesslan

Creative Sound BlasterX Vanguard K08 Review

There is a wide array of impressive mechanical keyboards each catering for different tastes, such as the elegant K95 from Corsair, or the more gamer-chic Logitech G910. Though, for some looking for an inbetween compromise in style and design may find themselves short on options. Maybe the Corsair STRAFE RGB? But what if you wanted mechanical switches that were specifically designed for high-speed performance? How about dedicated macros, advanced lighting effects yet retains a minimal, elegant frame? Creative has addressed all these things with the Vanguard K08. It features a low footprint appearance that is sleek and elegant, yet has the additional macro and media keys, and despite its elegant appearance, it features advanced customisable RGB LED lighting.  "


Posted on Monday, April 03, 2017 @ 12:41:24 UTC in Creative by Wesslan

Creative Sound BlasterX Siege M04

Creative have long been a household brand developing audio products for as long as many can remember and they have had a long standing relationship with gamers specifically with the SoundBlaster brand and currently the Sound BlasterX branded products. So it is only natural to move further into the realm of gaming by developing high quality gaming peripherals. The Creative Sound BlasterX team designed and built the Siege M04 from the ground up after spending many years researching the habits of gamers from all over the world. Internally, the Siege M04 has at its core the renowned PWM 3360 sensor which is supported by a fast 32bit MCU. It features an ergonomically designed shape suitable for palm grips, on-board memory, 7 programmable buttons including a sniper button/dpi toggle, and a fingerprint resistant surface with textured rubber grips at the sides. As it is 2017, this premium mouse also features Creative's Aurora Reactive (as seen on the Creative Sound BlasterX Katana) lighting that has 6 different lighting effects, and a total of 7 points where the RGB LED lighting can be customised.  "


Posted on Wednesday, March 08, 2017 @ 10:52:41 UTC in Creative by Wesslan

Cooler Master MasterKeys Pro M RGB Review

Cooler Master describes the MasterKeys Pro M as a ‘hybrid TKL (ten-keyless)’ board because it combines the numpad and the arrows keys to save space. This is certainly an interesting idea, and with per-key RGB backlighting as well as Cherry MX switches, it certainly appeals on paper. Does it do enough to justify the £139.99 MSRP? Having recently looked at the Cooler Master MasterKeys Pro S White, today our attention turns to the MasterKeys Pro M RGB. I am particularly interested to test out the hybrid nature of the keyboard – combining the numpad and the arrow keys is certainly innovative, but we will have to see how it works in practice. Read on for our full analysis of the build quality, on-board features and performance.  "


Posted on Tuesday, March 07, 2017 @ 14:44:01 UTC in Cooler Master by Wesslan

Cougar Deathfire EX Keyboard and Mouse Combo Review

Getting a set of quality peripherals can often set you back a fair chunk of cash – and that’s on top of the cost of your PC. Cougar realise this and hope their Deathfire EX keyboard/mouse combo can provide a good alternative to buying the latest peripherals separately. Priced at £49.99, the Deathfire EX combo features a ‘memchanical’ keyboard and a lightweight gaming mouse – but are they any good? It is true the latest-and-greatest peripherals can cost a lot – just look at the ASUS ROG Claymore (review HERE) which is priced at a whopping £199.99! While the Cougar Deathfire EX keyboard/mouse combo won’t be able to offer the same feature set or build quality, it is much cheaper – coming in at £49.99. For this price we would still expect solid performance, though, so let’s dive right into the review and see just how good this keyboard/mouse combo really is. "


Posted on Tuesday, March 07, 2017 @ 14:41:25 UTC in Cougar by Wesslan

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