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This review is from: Razer DeathAdder Ergonomic PC Gaming Mouse
Pros: Nice scroll wheel.
Green LEDs if you like green.
Light, comfortable to hold, easy to move.
Cons: Green LEDs if you dislike green.
Other Thoughts: I had a Lachesis for about 3-4 years before I moved to the DeathAdder 2013. The Lachesis wasn't my favorite mouse, but I got used to it, quirks in all.
I paid less for this mouse than I did for the Lachesis years ago and I must say, this is a better mouse without any quirks and I'm quite pleased. I recommend this mouse if you want something middle of the road with a little bit of flare.
This review is from: RAZER Armadillo 2 Cable Management System
Pros: It actually does have a purpose.
It holds my mouse wire to the perfect length.
My old desk / mouse were actually worn out from the cord dragging on the surface of the desk. My old Razer Lachesis had it's braided cord worn flat and my desk was worn away. This prevents the friction and keeps the cord just right so movement is easy.
Cons: If I were more mechanically inclined I could probably build something similar for less.
Other Thoughts: I was on the fence on picking up such a product. On first glance (and maybe second) it looks pretty silly.
After using it, I'm glad I picked it up. If you're like me and were always tugging and giving yourself slack on your mouse wire or feeling it "pull" back towards your pc at times (cable management error perhaps) this could do the trick.
This review is from: RAZER DeathStalker USB Gaming Keyboard
Pros: Quiet keys when activated.
Green LEDs aren't too bright or too dim and can be adjusted (fn + F11 or F12).
Easy to type on.
Hasn't let me down for 8 months.
Cons: None for me.
Other Thoughts: I own the Razer black widow ultimate mechanical with Cherry Blue switches. They're quite loud and upset the wife if I'm gaming or typing early in the morning or late at night. I picked this up to appease her. Not a complaint since.
After coming from the mechanical for about 2 years of use, I must say that these keys take a little more pressure to activate, but we all knew that since it's not mechanical, yeah?
A tad expensive in my book, but if you can nab it for 15% off or so when I did, it's not a bad pickup.
Just be aware you can pick up some very nice mechanicals in this price range.
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