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This review is from: LOGISYS Computer ML12RD 12" 18 LED Super Bright Sunlight Stick
Pros: -Not too bright. Not too dim. Slap one of these bad boys in the bottom or top and the whole case will have a really subtle red glow. Perfect.
-Can't beat this price. You could go grab a coffee and donut at DD or you could make your PC look absolutely tops.
-Molex connector can be modded to USB.. I've got one ghetto-rigged to backlight my entire desk..
Cons: -The velcro mounting system is so painfully atrocious that is knocks an egg off. Absolutely without a doubt the worst material I have ever encountered. Within the hour did it start falling off. Grabbed some electrical tape to keep it in place.
Other Thoughts: This does its job for any red-themed case. Unless you want RGB dont go for the more expensive strips. This does its job without all the fancy stuff or all the big pricetags.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: Logitech G930 USB Connector Circumaural Wireless Gaming Headset
Pros: -Crisp sound with 7.1 Dolby Digital switch that goes pretty hard in the paint
-Microphone actually sounds pretty decent compared to my Blue Snowball. Plus its nice and flexy so you can shove it in your mouth and scream at people.
-Holds a charge well even after a year of use.
-Software is very extensive and also is easy to use.
-Buttons on the side are great for push to talk when away from keyboard.
-Looks pretty top when wearing it
Cons: -Tight tight tight. Impossible to wear with glasses for more than 20 minutes. Even without them on, still hurts my head after an hour or so.
-What is up with the bass levels on this thing? The sound is top quality but the bass just doesn't rumble like my other headphones and headsets.
-USB could be a con for any people who use a soundcard
-Often I use this headset for just the microphone - wrapped around my neck while my speakers are on, with the mic sticking up. However, when this happens, the headset basically detects it's not being used due to the lack of sound input. It shuts off automatically. You see the problem with this.
Other Thoughts: Good headset but at this price you could grab some nice sennheisers or audiotechnicas and pair it with a clip on mic or something and get better sound quality and maybe even mic quality.
But... If you absolutely MUST have a wireless 7.1 headset, this is the one for you.
This review is from: SteelSeries Rival Optical Gaming Mouse
Pros: -Uses one of the best optical sensors out there. 1:1 tracking and no acceleration.
-Fully customizable color scheme as well as 3D printable nameplate
-Software is easy to use.
-Quick DPI switch in a place you cant accidentally press. 2 Side buttons raised above just enough so theyre out of the way but still easily accessible.
-"steelseries" switches as opposed to omron. I personally like these- they're softer feeling, but require a solid actuation force. in rapid sucession it seems to require much less force and the switch quiets down. weird qualities but none of them bad.
-great right hand ergonomic grip. rubber grips are solid and do not get sweaty
-mouse wheel doesnt wobble and is rubberized with a grip.
Cons: -Multiple software flaws. Multiple respectable forums report findings of smoothing taking place within the software. Unneeded and unwanted. The software often lags and freezes up.
-"no sweat surface" is not effective. not to mention that once you do sweat on it, the markings stay on the mouse until you clean it.
-mouse sometimes fails to connect to the system upon startup entirely. doesnt light up or track anything. strangely, this only happens sometimes, and when it does a quick reconnection fixes it immediately.
Other Thoughts: A solid mouse for any player looking for something ergonomic but without sacrificing accuracy and precision. Good for the casual and the hardcore gamer alike, but not without its flaws - but this can be said for most mice.READ FULL REVIEW
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