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CM Storm Devastator - LED Gaming Keyboard and Mouse Combo Bundle (Blue Edition)

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  • Blue LED backlighting on keyboard and mouse
  • Specially designed keys for enhanced durability and tactile feedback
  • Ergonomic, ultra-low profile keyboard and mouse
  • Laser-etched and grip coated keycaps
  • Dedicated multimedia keys for controlling volume and music
  • 2,000 DPI mouse with 3 preset levels (800, 1600, 2000)
  • Rubber side pads for improved stability
  • System Requirements: PC with USB port. Windows 8, Windows 7, Windows Vista, or Windows XP
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CM Storm Devastator - LED Gaming Keyboard and Mouse Combo Bundle (Blue Edition) + SADES SA-708 Stereo Gaming Headphone Headset with Microphone (Blue)
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Product Details

Color: Blue LED
  • Product Dimensions: 17.7 x 5.8 x 1.4 inches ; 2 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 3.1 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • Item model number: SGB-3010-KKMF1-US
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (589 customer reviews)
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  • Date first available at Amazon.com: June 22, 2013

Product Description

Color: Blue LED

Product Description

CM Storm Devastator is a bundle that includes a PC gaming keyboard and mouse. Both pieces of Devastator compliment the other with a mesmerizing blue LED glow. The keyboard utilizes custom membrane keys that deliver satisfying key presses for those long gaming sessions. The mouse features 3 different DPI levels for quick speed adjustments. Both pieces are designed to provide enhanced comfort and ergonomics with ultra-low profiles. Whether you're new to PC gaming or a seasoned veteran, Devastator delivers great performance for an incredible value.


The Devastator combo consists of a gaming keyboard and mouse, both with full LED backlighting. An ergonomic, ultra low-profile design on both pieces ensures increased comfort for extended gaming sessions. Built to withstand everyday wear-and-tear, Devastator is a reliable and affordable bundle for casual and hardcore gamers alike.



Both keyboard and mouse feature LED backlighting for improved visibility in low-light conditions.

The keyboard and mouse have ultra low profiles, designed to provide extended comfort while gaming.



Optimized membrane design provides enhanced durability and tactile feedback compared to regular keyboards.

Precise mouse tracking with three (3) changeable DPI modes (1000/1600/2000) with dedicated on-the-fly button.


Highly durable, laser-etched and grip coated keycaps.

Rubber padding on both keyboard and mouse for added stability.

Dedicated multimedia keys on the keyboard.

Large high-precision scroll wheel on the mouse.



Quick and easy plug-n-play functionality.

Parts, product replacement, and free technical support.


Control-RX Ceres-500 Skorpion
Cushioned Gaming
Mouse Pad
Gaming Headset
Mouse Cord

Customer Reviews

The mouse is very great, fits my hand perfectly.
Ricky Rocha
The keyboard backlighting is perfect for those evenings when I don't want to turn on a bright light in my room.
T. Tran
Smooth, responsive keys, nice backlighting with the blue LEDs, very comfortable, very solid feeling.
Rob D.

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

50 of 54 people found the following review helpful By michael qi on November 15, 2013
Color Name: Blue LED Verified Purchase
AMAZING ill break it down

Keyboard: 9/10
the keys are really nice to type on and the backlit is a undergolow back lit instead of on the key backlit. it give a really rich blue glow. and the price is just amazing on how good these keyboard are. it has some quick access keys for play, pause. skip.and volume. the down side of this keyboard is that it use plastic even tho its a nice plastic it kinda cheap feeling, and they somehow design the back lit to be open/close by the scro lock key which i didnt like but nothing that bad. i hv a G15 AND G19S these CMs are really good compare to those 100-200 keyboards. and for the price its selling at man loving it. overall i would tell anybody that need a new keyboard to get these kit cause they are amazing

Mouse9/10 the mouse is really amazing, the 6 grill in the front looked badass and the mouse has a really nice click to it.. it feels like those 100 dollar mouse and scrolling wheel is nice and soild the whole mouse feel soild and not cheap. its fast enough for most gamer out there. i hv compare this mouse to my G9X . the storm feels great on my hand and has a quick click to it. one of the downside of this mouse the right click is too senstive im use to resting my middle finger on my right click on the G9X but this mouse if u rest it a bit too much it click the mouse that i didnt like but u can always control ur fingers. it has on the fly DPI change which is good, it has a back and forward button. overall its nice great combo love it
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26 of 30 people found the following review helpful By Brandon on July 25, 2014
Color Name: Blue LED
This keyboard is awesome for the price, I have made a pro/con list for the features

-keyboard is responsive and satisfying to type with
-backlight works great
-keyboard is a good size
-mouse is responsive
-mouse's dpi switch works for games

-keyboard is hard to use without the backlight (keys appear solid black)
-mouse light is always on (not too bright though)
-mouse wheel sometimes makes a quiet yet high pitched squeak when used
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26 of 31 people found the following review helpful By Daniel on September 4, 2013
Color Name: Blue LED Verified Purchase
I find it odd this has 0 reviews so far, so I will provide my input.

For $30 this is a great product. You are getting a decent keyboard with some nice features and an above average mouse. The "P" keycap was simply blank on my item so I returned it as a defective item and bought a Microsoft Sidewinder X4 on sale for $39.99 instead. But that is not because this is a bad product, I just wanted to get something more mid-range. The worst part for me was that it took ~3 weeks to receive at the time I ordered it (although I was warned fairly, I didn't want to wait that long again).

Pros: Substantial Build/ NICE rubber feet: feels pretty serious and won't move on you easily, Back-light (good for dark rooms), MOUSE is really good for gaming; the dpi switch makes a HUGE difference in games (not for the desktop though), I have a $30 wireless Logitech mouse and this mouse trounced it for BF3, PRICE is a definite pro here :)

Cons: (could include shipping speed and the defect, but they beat the estimated shipping and the return was absolutely painless: GO AMAZON!), back-light (dim for bright rooms, etching is hard to see), louder key-action for a modern keyboard

Overall, this is a great option if you can touch type (low viability in bright rooms), want a sweet looking, stable keyboard, and a nice mouse. The CM Storm Devastator bundle is a great option if not the only legitimate option in it's category. If you can squeeze out more money, the sidewinder x4 has many more features (3 brightnesses/off vs just on/off, macro buttons, more of a track record), but that keyboard costs more than this BUNDLE. Most "gaming" mice are at least $15-20 as well. If money is of the essence, look no further than this.

Note: I couldn't activate the back-light while booting Linux Mint 15 (it's toggled with scroll lock).
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13 of 15 people found the following review helpful By Sapling on July 21, 2014
Color Name: Blue LED
So I've had this mouse and keyboard combo for about 2 weeks now, and I love it. The blue backlight works VERY well for the combo, seeing as I'm in a dark room 18 hours a day. I would recommend this not just to people on a budget, but anybody looking for an amazing mouse and keyboard. I have very little complaints here.

Keyboard :
I'll start here since it's been my favorite so far. It's got a very nice feel when typing, and it's just the right volume to be heard but not to be distracting. The keys aren't painted on or stickered on, so I don't see the lettering coming off anytime soon. The font on the keys looks exceptional, with a nice size on all of them. The spacing is great for typing as well as gaming, which doesn't hurt my hand and even makes me (sort of) look forward to typing. The drivers took about 10 minutes to install on my PC, which was well worth the wait. Overall, it's a solid keyboard, better than even some $200 keyboards out there. 10/10

Mouse :
It's general look and feel makes it the best mouse I've ever owned. Period. It feels great to use with my claw grip type, without hurting my wrist like some others I've owned. It's detailing is quite amazing with the backlights and futuristic vibe. The scroll wheel, is where my complaints start. It's got a semi-smooth scroll, with notching being just hinted at. I find myself pushing it up, and the page just ends up spazzing out. I can't really be precise with it, so I generally just end up dragging the bar thing on the webpage. The clicking feels great, for about a day. It took about 48 hours with my mouse to realize the left-click felt worn out, and didn't have the same clicky feel that the right-click has. It's just a bit of a personal pet-peeve, but could bother others out there too.
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