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Pros: Great Length, Cheap, Carries 2560x1440 signal at 85 hz smoothly
Cons: Saw signal degradation sooner than some other cables. Not sure if its because its longer, or a worse cable, or a combination of the two. My 10 ft cable could support 105 hz at the same resolution.
Other Thoughts: For the price and the length I find the performance to be acceptable.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: Corsair Vengeance MM200 Extended Edition Gaming Mouse Mat
Pros: Very sturdy / nonstick on my smooth wood desk
Fits both keyboard and mouse comfortably -- even if you use a fair amount of mouse mat. I don't, so it is a bit excessive but oh well.
Traction is good, smooth but not too smooth.
Cons: It smells, like silicon valley is your back yard. You know the smell - tennis balls, nail polish remover, sharpies, etc. It reeks of it. Smell went away in about a week though.
As you can see in the pictures, the mat is cut out. The edges are raw, and as such the edges will deteriorate. Where my wrist rests on the pad it has already started to happen a bit. This won't really affect anything - its just ugly.
The black color also loves to get whitish from dead skin cells, too.
Other Thoughts: Its worth the price, I prefer the feel to my Razer Goliathus but I honestly A) can't tell a performance difference between this and the Razer and B) can't tell a performance difference between either of those and the cloth textured mousemat I had used for 10+ years from my place of employment. Still if you use no mousemat PERIOD you will see an improvement.
Price is good, I love anchoring my keyboard as they like to slide around on my desk.
This review is from: Razer Carcharias Over Ear PC Gaming Headset
Pros: Low price, light weight, comfortable, decent sound, has not broken in 2 years of owning (and I bought mine used)
Cons: After a long period of time the headband padding will gather skin cells and turn whitish
Other Thoughts: Sound quality is good for a gaming headset. If you have never spent over $100 on headphones and just use your motherboard's onboard audio, these will be great for you. They work well enough for positional audio in FPS games, you can tell when people are behind you or to your sides etc.
Some sounds are a little muddy on music, the bass is decent and is needed for the gaming audio. These are not "true" surround sound headphones but their positional audio is good enough for FPS games. They don't compare to Sennheisers, duh! These are $60 'gaming' headphones. If you don't have a good soundcard or DAC + Amp you wouldn't get much out of a great pair of headphones anyway. These are worth their price and are good for gaming.
Display Name: Stuart D.
Date Joined: 11/27/12
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