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Pros: -Great sound, at first I didn't think this would be much of an upgrade from my Razer Kraken, but this headset blows it out of the water as far as rotational sound and comfortability goes.
-High quality braided wires
-Block in the line that allows control over mic volume and PC volume, as well as a 7.1 sound toggle.
-Very nice looking, I've had this headset for ~7 months with no signs of wear and tear yet.
-Comes with replacement muffs that are a cozy fabric instead of the leather muffs that come on it.
-Incredibly comfortable, I mentioned earlier they were more comfortable than my Razer Krakens. This is an incredibly comfortable headset, I can sleep with it on.
-Very nice packaging. Packaging is top of the line, inside the initial cover box there's another high quality gray box with the HyperX logo on it. Reminded me of the boxes that iProducts come in. inside is shaped foam that the headset and all accessories fit in.
-Comes with replacement ear muffs, detachable microphone, microphone port cover, 3.5 mm to USB adapter, L/R splitter, and a drawstring bag to carry it in.
Cons: -One thing I noticed is this headset isn't as bassy as my razer kraken. Not a problem at all for gaming (audiosurf?). Still has top quality sound, just not an extremely bassy headset like the kraken is.
Other Thoughts: 100% would recommend for given price. I believe I payed ~$95 for this and it is worth every penny. I caught this on sale, but I would say it would be worth paying the full price for.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: Retro-Link NES PC USB Controller - Classic Style
Pros: Works with any emulator I've tried, a few times I had to configure the buttons in the emulator software, but it wasn't too difficult.
Cons: Product is much lighter than the original NES controller, which is immediately noticeable. Would work nicely with some lead weights, but never much of a problem.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: Corsair CH-9000069-NA/RF K70 Gaming Keyboard with Red LED, Cherry MX Red
Pros: -Very sturdy keyboard. The first thing I noticed was how heavy and solid this thing was.
-Nice polished metal finish, gives this keyboard a flashy look.
-This model has red LED's behind every key, with a utility button at the top of the keyboard, which changes the brightness setting between off, low, medium, and high. There is another key that turns all lights off except for wasd, 1-6, and the arrow keys.
-Has a windows lock key, this doesn't lock windows but locks the windows key so you don't accidentally press it while playing games.
-Come with Textured wasd, 1-6, and arrow keys that have a rubberized bumpy texture and are colored red. The backlight also shines brighter on these keys. These keys are also tapered at certain parts to prevent your fingers from slipping off. (for example the A key has a higher left than right side, and the D key has a higher right side than left.)
-The palm rest. I wasn't personally a fan of the palm rest, but I can see why others would like it. It just didn't fit well with my current set up.
-A USB port on the very top of the keyboard. I haven't found a use for it, but I suppose you could plug your mouse or something into it. Unfortunately results in the keyboard requiring two USB ports on your computer, but for most this shouldn't be a problem.
-Beautiful braided wires.
-Neato Corsair logo at the top
-Rubber legs so it doesn't slide around on your desk (they work a lot better than I expected)
Cons: -When I first received this both space bar stabilizers were broken, but that's just the risk you run with a refurbished product. I requested replacement, shipped it back for free and received a 100% functional replacement.
-Loud typing, but that is expected from a cherry MX Red switches.
Other Thoughts: -Great keyboard if you're tired of your old $1 salvation army keyboard.READ FULL REVIEW