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Pros: Have had it over a year now and it's still in the same condition, no fading or anything even with my greasy hands all over it.
It's even managed to outlast some raging, I sometimes bang the mouse when I rage like a little baby. I've broken 2 logitech G9/900 series scrollers like this but this Naos 3200 has lived on.
Cons: None for me.
Other Thoughts: I don't usually write reviews but thought this one deserved a good one because it's served me well.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Great mechanical keyboard. Cherry MX blues feel awesome to type on and play games on. It's nice to have a compact keyboard to lug around.
Cons: Cherry MX blues are LOUD, but everyone knows that...it's part of the deal.
WASD keys and some of the left side command keys have faded lettering because i've had my fingers on them constantly, but this has happened to all keyboards i've owned for gaming.
Other Thoughts: Sometimes I really miss the numbers keys and wish I had direct shortcut keys.
It's a great keyboard but it's ideally for road warriors/lan gamers or someone who needs to fit a keyboard on a small space/surface.
This review is from: Sennheiser HD280 Pro Around the Ear DJ Headphones
Pros: They are Durable. The sound quality is decent, comparable to other headphones in a lower price bracket.
Cons: EXTREMELY TIGHT. They get uncomfortable after 1hour+. Even with the adjustments, it's just painful for your head.
Heavy bulky cord, if you need any extension it will drag the headphones.
Sound quality is not worth the price.
I've owned multiple "Gaming" headsets (fatal1ty, turtlebeach) with the exact same sound quality and they were much more comfortable to boot.
Other Thoughts: I got fooled by all the user ratings. Never gonna trust these anymore.
Discount deals always suck. Either settle for cheap or go all out for the good stuff.