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Pros: Keyboard is most definitely backlit. f5 is your switch. 4x USB 3.0 slots, Fingerprint scanner avoids keylogging (if thats suitable for your use), Great build with solid frame, looks beautiful.
Cons: Only 1 issue for me is the placement of the trackpad is left of center which with 8.1 OS I find myself hitting menus on the right side quite a bit. I use a mouse now and the trackpad less frequently so not worth egg loss.
Other Thoughts: I shopped for 6 weeks looking for the right laptop for entertainment and some work programs and I am absolutely thrilled with this purchase. I've owned it for nearly 6 months now and it hasn't ever given me a reason to not enjoy it. Very nice product!READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: Rosewill RHTS-8206 USB Connector 5.1 Channel Vibration Gaming Headset
Pros: Worry free protective packaging, product arrives in new condition no matter how it's treated during shipping (excluding intentional destruction of course). Very comfortable padding around ears and on the cranial bridge. Plenty of adjustment for any size head. Mic is very flexible. Sound is very crisp with no noticeable backfeed. Mic picks up voice at nearly any position, including rested (out of use).
Cons: Software downloaded from website is vague and could be trouble for novice users. Packaging is somewhat bland, but we don't buy it for the box, do we. Headset may be a bit heavy for some.
Other Thoughts: Compared to other headphones with these features you may get a few more bells and whistles, but for a HEFTY premium. I'm not an audiophile, but for clean looks, great audio and crisp voice at very affordable pricing, look no further. Completely plug and play, the optional software adds a bit of customization to the sound. The in-line module offers volume control, speaker and mic mute buttons, 3-position vibration switch ( off-1-2 ) and indicator lights for power, vibration on or off, and mic mute. The lights are blue and a bit bright. flipping it over solves the inconvenience so long as no pressure is applied to the back activating a button unintentionally.
The true surround speaker system is noteworthy. I use the Rosewill software to activate the 7.1 feature and customize the equalizer to my liking, then i enter the audio manager and activate the same but remove the rear surround speakers. Afterwards i use razer surround software and apply the Razer Tiamat preset and follow the surround sound configurator instructions. The results are incredible for gaming. Theoretically combined with ROG Sonic Radar the immersive gameplay could produce a truly deadly adversary.
This review is from: Razer Naga Molten MMO PC Gaming Mouse
Pros: Standard Razer mouse packaging detailing every reason to purchase their product. Flip window shows more technicals and gives you a peek at the unit. Inside you will find a hefty packet of warranty info and other information (no disc needed). Mouse built ergonomically with sleek lines and a nice long braided cord. Mouse comes set at 1800 DPI and can be raised to 5600 for very responsive movement. Lighting is well done and not to bright. Palm lighting pulses at a nice slow rate.
Cons: Not enough to lose an egg, lighting cannot be controlled other than on or off for either the palm or the scroll wheel/ thumb buttons. Other mice offer dimming and pulsation rate options.
Other Thoughts: I've often joked about ridiculous 50 button mice and how clumsy and distracting multiple buttons would be under the largest digit of the hand. I found myself needing multiple macro buttons for MMO gaming and my current mouse provided only 1 that was comfortable to reach without repositioning my hand. With little other options and a $20.00 off promo code I took a shot.
The thumb buttons are remarkably easy to manage out of the box and are larger than one would expect. The package comes with trainers (small plastic stick-on risers) if needed which is particularly useful for someone with large hands. The mouse itself is relatively average size and has a good feel to the hand.
I cannot vouch for longevity of the unit or the previous mentioned 'hot palms'. I will say i've had it powered on for 2 or so hours and there is a bit of temp difference between the palm area and the rest of the device. I have yet to give it a rigorous gaming session and will repost if anything is noteworthy beyond initial assessment.