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Pros: Nice volume wheel
Cons: Oh where do I start....
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Other Thoughts: First couple of months, it was fine. After that... it went all downhill. It is possibly the worst keyboard and mouse combo I've ever had, and I've had a few! I hate to bash on you guys, I'm a avid customer of Gigabyte... My current PC has the H77 DS3H motherboard and I also have Gigabyte video cards. I know this was a cheap combo, but really? I can't believe how disappointed I am. I had to bare 6 months with this combo.
Hope you don't mind but I'm going to rant a bit here,
The mouse glitches for no reason. If i'm using it, it usually works OK but sometimes it will just drop to the bottom of my screen for no reason while I'm using it. If I'm not using it, it will glitch around a bit and move around. To the point that I'm like scared that I have a R.A.T or someone is controlling my computer but inputting random mouse movements.
The keyboard, I counted a 1 second delay sometimes with brand new batteries and the receiver is 50 cm away from the receiver (no walls or anything to interfere). The worst part, I can't even tell if I have caps lock on!! There is no indicator, as far as I can see, that caps lock is on... who makes these keyboards without a caps lock light?? Same with numlock and scroll lock. (Insert facepalm emote)
I may be overreacting here, but Gigabyte... seriously. It's a nice looking keyboard, but a waste of $40.
This review is from: Corsair CH-9000043-NA Raptor K30 Red LED Backlit Keyboard
Pros: Keys feel good
Cons: The illumination seems to not cover all the characters... what I mean is that for example the "insert" button basically is only illuminated as INSER with the T faded. It's noticeable with the keys that have long words (delete, scroll, shift, etc).
The plastic feels... cheap. I really like the top part as well as volume control.
A wrist rest would be nice.
Other Thoughts: Would of probably ponied up to spend the extra $10 to getREAD FULL REVIEW
This review is from: Rosewill Blackbone - Black Steel & Plastic ATX Mid Tower Computer Case
Pros: Quiet blue led fan
Looks somewhat professional.
Price if on sale.
Cons: Paint chips easily, particularly around screws.
Thin steel, real flimsy.
Cable management isn't the greatest.
It isn't worth it if it isn't on sale.
Power LED is too bright (I'm picky).
Other Thoughts: Used this case for a friend's build who required generous amounts of USB. This had the most for the money and looked decent by the pictures. The fans aren't great, especially the rear one, doesn't move a lot of air. Some brand named "Maxcube" makes the fans. If you are on a budget, this is on sale and you need a a few USBs without getting a external hub... consider it.READ FULL REVIEW
Display Name: Jordan C.
Date Joined: 01/09/12
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