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Pros: 1600x900 resolution
can play a lot of games on med-high at native res.
battery life ranged from 4-7 hours depending on usage
touch-pad is very responsive
Cons: touch pad button(s?) kinda suck. i prefer two separate buttons with good travel and feedback. this has a firm stiff click. :-(
build quality is terrible. the styling is good, but there is a ton of flex in the monitor, so you have to be careful carrying it around.
fingerprint magnet everywhere
keyboard not back-lit
viewing angle are terrible and the screen isnt very bright
Pros: Great design (right handed!, sorry lefties, but no one cares about you)
sniper button (cuts dpi down to whatever you want)
big, oversized scroll wheel (this is very helpful)
rubberized palm rest
DPI buttons are easy to press and locate
actuation force for clicking is pretty much perfect
Cons: No right side buttons (really?)
sniper button is a little too far up for my hands, so it's pretty much useless most of the time, unless I adjust my grip
side rests are not rubberized (really?, why not?!)
VERY heavy coming from a SteelSeries mouse. taking all the weights out did help, but it is still heavy, but far more comfortable than my steelseries mouse.
logo has no lighting?
Other Thoughts: overall, i am happy with my purchase of this mouse, despite its few shortcomings. if I had bigger hands, I would rate it 5 stars, but since I have smaller hands, 4 it is. it is still a very comfortable mouse, but with smaller hands, the sniper button it's basically useless, unless you hold the mouse on a slight angle.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: RED switches (the best)
"raised" keys (they are not sitting in a plastic frame)
super easy to press (again, RED switches)
rubberized wrist rest (every other manufacturer uses plastic, which really serves no purpose since plastic is NOT comfortable)
2 different lighting modes and 3 intensity settings
build quality is top notch. very solid
the rubber rests on the bottom, do not slide at all (unlike my Mionix keyboard before)
somewhat compact design, without shrinking any keys.
It has red, add on keys, which are slightly curved and textured, to let you know where your fingers are, without looking. (yes they are missing the symbols for the number keys, but come on people, if you are too dumb to memorize which number have what symbols, just keep the regular keys on and shutup)
Cons: CAPS lock light, etc. are a tad bright when looking at straight on, but they are fine when viewing at an angle, when sitting.
no software or macro support, but if you need that, just buy the K90
Other Thoughts: I came from a Mionix Zibal black switch keyboard, which was great except for the black switches. they had a little too much resistance to press and the keyboard itself was VERY plasticy, although very solid. I do not see myself buying another keyboard for a very long time. I have had no BIOS detection issues with my ASUS mobo, which i have had with my Mionix and Cooler Master keyboards. If you are on the fence between this keyboard and another, just ask yourself, 'do i want macros?', and if the answer is no, then GET THIS keyboard, otherwise just buy the K90 or any other macro supporting keyboard. for me, this keyboard is perfect! although one of my windows keys is not etched correctly, but no worries, Corsair will be replacing it since this thing has an awesome 2 year warranty. Do yourself and your fingers a favor, BUY IT NOW.READ FULL REVIEW