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Haven't given me any issues - No dead pixels or poor color pallet
Cons: Definitely not a high-end monitor
Other Thoughts: I bought 2 of these to use as my side monitors for a 3 monitor stand kind of setup. At $99 a piece they didn't break the bank, and I haven't had any issues with them. I usually have skype/internet browsing, etc on them, and they're great for that. The colors don't quite match my main monitor (But it's my main monitors oversaturated reds that's to blame) The colors on these don't get very saturated though, they appear just a bit washed out.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: SteelSeries Siberia V2 3.5mm Connector Circumaural Full-Size Gaming Headset - Green
Quality and Value for the price
Easy to wear for hours
The Siberia v2 is available in so many different colors. And if you can ever find one of them on sale, the value is huge.
Cons: Not a Braided Cable
The Cables get twisted and tangled fairly easily, but I've been fairly careful with them and haven't damaged them in 2 years of ownership.
Other Thoughts: It's exactly 2 years after I had bought this headset, and I have had 0 problems with it.
I use a 3.5mm audio and mic to USB adapter and plug it into my keyboard whenever I want to use it. I recommend this kind of setup to anyone afraid they might break the wires.
This review is from: Corsair CH-9000019-NA Vengeance K70 Mechanical Keyboard
Pros: Simple, Sturdy Design.
This keyboard doesn't try to do anything too fancy. It's just well built. No overabundance of macro keys (You may not find this as a pro)
It's a mechanical Keyboard
Individual Backlit LEDs
Keycaps are raised - makes it very easy to clean and prevents it from getting very dirty
Cons: I've had issues with LEDs burning out. About 6 months into owning the keyboard I started to notice that my "g" key was burnt out. Not long after, my 6, 8, tab, q, and f8 keys were all out. I contacted corsair and sent the keyboard for an RMA. Corsair Customer support was very efficient. However, my new k90 6 months or so in currenlty has a dead "E" key LED. I can't justify the shipping cost to get it replaced again.
Other Thoughts: If you're looking for your first mechanical keyboard, make sure you know what kind of keycaps you want. I play a wide array of games, and the red keys are very suited to twitch gameplay as they don't take much force at all to click. Personally I'd likely buy a keybaord with blue or brown keys in the future (I love the clickiness), although I still love this keyboard.READ FULL REVIEW