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This review is from: Redragon Karura K502 USB Gaming Keyboard, 7 Switchable Backlight Colors, 104+ Keys
Cons: Keystrokes feel cheap
Space bar requires more force than other keys causing you to miss spaces frequently while typing.
fn key is oddly located and doesn't accommodate single hand audio control.
Enter key is small and takes some getting used to.
Other Thoughts: The keyboard died after just over one week. It was working fine until one evening I shut off the computer before bed. When I turned it on the following day, the keyboard was completely dead. No lights, no response, nothing.
The sole reason for buying this was to hold me over until my preferred keyboard was being repaired. It failed.
It isn't worth it to send it back. the cost to ship it back is near the amount of the product. Good thing it was cheap.
Pros: Amazing value from a very reputable manufacturer.
Unexpected features at this price point including excellent protection and cooling, semi modular design, and most impressively, an 80+ gold efficiency rating.
Haswell processor support.
Very sturdy construction.
Extremely quiet operation. I had to double check that the fan was actually spinning. I couldn't hear it at all. I still can't. And it's right next to me.
Cons: The CPU cable was a tight reach for my NZXT Phantom 410 mid tower case. It will reach, but, you'll have to spend some time working out the kinks and loosening it up.
I'm very particular about cable management. So, this is a rather moot point. It's not a big deal. With all the features this unit offers, it's very easily overlooked. After all, it still reached!
Other Thoughts: I've done a lot of research on PSU's. SeaSonic is one of the top brands out there.
Ask anyone who takes PC building seriously and they'll agree that SeaSonic is a solid and trustworthy name to be powering your sensitive components.
Pros: It's an Intel i5 4670K.
Cons: Should upgrade your power supply if your current model is not Haswell ready or certified.READ FULL REVIEW
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