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This review is from: Corsair Gaming K70 RGB Mechanical Gaming Keyboard - Cherry MX Brown
Pros: -Colors seem pretty bright
-Buttons work like they should
-Individual lighting works well
-The software allows you to do literally everything with your colors
-Regular Corsair logo (not the new stamp)
-Thick braided cord, i mean really thick.
Cons: -After corsair pushed out an update to allow true 16.8 Million colors, user have to face the fact that when enabling this mode the keyboard flickers noticeably when using color transitioning effects on keyboard. This is a major con to me as this is a huge reason why anyone would purchase this keyboard in RGB. Corsair has stated they will not be resolving this issue with the keyboard
-The lights are set on the top half of the Cherry MX switches. This means the lights on the numbers that are on the same line where the backspace key is, don't light up very well, but the signs do.
-Keyboard is kinda loud. The brown switches don't make noise themselves, but you get clacking from the keys hitting the aluminum frame. So if your into that, its not really a con.
-The key caps feel very cheap as they are built very thin and light.
-The bigger keys like SHIFT, SPACE, ENTER, and TAB feel individually different from the regular keys and some have springy noise when lifted really fast.
-The software is a bit confusing, but it can be figured out over some tinkering (I guess this isn't really a con, rather just an opinion)
Other Thoughts: After finding out how to use the software properly, my mind is just blown at all the possibilities. I cannot fathom what some people have gone through just to make the profiles they have.
Overall feels like a $100 keyboard. I'm probably going to switch to the strafe due to the keyboard lighting issue that all K70 users have. The strafe does not have any light flickering issues and it is true 16.8 million colors.
My main focus with this keyboard was the RGB and it did not put out like I expected. Only after I purchased it did I realize this was made a little less than perfect.
Pros: Great sound quality.
Can get really loud without cracking audio
The mixamp does more than i personally need it do, but it lets me do just about anything from inputting sound from other devices to outputting the audio i hear into another device.
Very comfortable headset on my ears, covers them completely.
I can still hear outside noise that I need to hear, but it drowns out background noises too.
When you add the mixamp to your astro a40's you get this amazing surround sound setup for gaming, I can hear people in ANY direction when I play CS:GO or any other competitive game. Even while playing standard casual games, it makes the experience feel more real.
Cons: The headset does not fit tightly on my head, so if i look up or down, it tends to slide on my head. It is still snug on my head and isnt going anywhere while i game or swiftly turn my head.
The mixamp I purchased had an uneven sound to it when moving the audio dial. Something to look for between 25%-75% audio level.
Other Thoughts: I have owned this headset going on 1 year in a few days here and this thing has been through a lot in my time of gaming honestly. It has done superb for me personally!
I used to own a pair of turtle beach's to try them out and they just did not perform well, I returned them a week later, the sound quality was not that great and i had a lot of trouble trying to get it to work right. The astro a40 has a few plugs you have to figure out, but its a plug and go setup and easy to use after you figure it out.
This review is from: Mionix Propus 380 Gaming Mouse Pad
Pros: Smooth surfacing, easy glide for pro gamers, lots of space
Cons: This works badly with my R.A.T. 5 and my Razer Mamba Elite. Both very impressive mice on any other surface but this one for some reason. The RAT 5 doesnt register on this pad and the Razer Mamba Elite when sitting on the pad for 10 seconds without moving it thinks its not on a surface and then kinda skips a bunch slightly when moving it for about 1 second. I have messed with my mouse settings, but the mouse sensitivity doesnt want to budge from automatic. My buddy uses this mouse pad with his Razer Deathadder and it is by far the best mouse to use on this pad for me. Too bad I do not own a death adder :(
Other Thoughts: This mouse pad tends to collect a bit of gunk from my hands like a mouse would over time.. it interrupts with my Razer Mamba Elite just like the actual surface of the pad. not a fan of the mouse. wish I could have returned it.
I do like the pad though.