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Pros: first it is very large. i would recommend it for small business. i think its to large for most desks. setup was pretty easy took me 30 minutes to get it all set up and printing.
i set it up to my wireless network. which is nice.
Cons: the size is the onlt issue for me.
Other Thoughts: there should be software to set your dpi.
other than that it is a nice unit
This review is from: EnGenius EUB9603H Wireless Adapter with 5dBi antenna 600mW High Power USB 2.0
Pros: works very good. i replaced my rosewill n adapter with this one.
speeds are much faster. i am very happy with it.
i did not have any issued like the other reviewers.
Cons: i have not found any
Other Thoughts: it could have had a longer cord.
way to short.
This review is from: Corsair CH-9000043-NA Raptor K30 Red LED Backlit Keyboard
Pros: Programmable g-keys, 6 of them. with different macro profiles you can have much flex with the macros and different games.
Solid build, not much flex, doesn't feel like it's going to break easy.
Key presses are softer than you'd expect from a rubber dome keyboard.
Couldn't see any ghosting going on.
dedicated multi-media keys. not something you find often enough it seems.
Nice red LED backlight, that isn't too bright but will allow you to comfortably see the keys in a dark room.
keys have a nice feel to them, some sort of anti slip coating or something.
windows lock key!!
keys are raised from the base which makes cleaning easier.
Overall a decent gaming keyboard. Rubber dome keys can be kind of stressing after long periods of gaming, but maybe that's because i use a mechanical keyboard and its easier to press mx blue keys than rubber dome keys.
Cons: Never liked trying to add different keys. G-keys are uncomfortable to hit, stretching out the pinky to hit a key would be good if the key itself wasn't so hard to push down. On mechanical keyboards, this should be fine. But on this keyboard, it's a no no. Unless you have big hands and you can reach those keys easy, they are extremely annoying to hit.
Other Thoughts: I took a peak at the other fancy keyboards and I see for the price, this is a mid level keyboard so all my cons may not exist on the more expensive ones?
I never played with a gaming keyboard or mechanical one. So I really have no clue what to look for so all my opinions are that of ignorance. Just honest feelings about a keyboard from your average Joe.
I prefer the natural keyboards but I am stuck with a standard straight one at work so I'm use to typing on both
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