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Ideazon Gaming Pack

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  • Dedicated Gaming Terrain combines 34 gaming keys, labeled movement keys, three thumb keys and 11 weapon keys
  • Gamepad tilts 11 degrees to match natural wrist position while providing hours of comfort
  • Core game commands are labeled for quick access, including run, walk, jump, crouch and reload
  • Fully programmable with easy-to-use drag-and-drop macro editing
  • Merc also has an enhanced QWERTY keyboard for game-play banter, chatting with friends or standard PC functionality and Windows shortcut keys
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Technical Details

  • Brand Name: SteelSeries
  • Model Number: PW1NAE1-X9MBP01
  • Hardware Platform: PC
  • Item Package Quantity: 1

Product Description

Product Description

steelseries Gaming Pack Ideazon Gaming Pack includes: Merc Gaming Keyboard, GH-100 Gaming Headset and GM-200 Gaming Mouse

From the Manufacturer

From the Manufacturer

Merc Gaming Keyboard Features:
  • Dedicated gaming terrain combines 34 gaming keys including
    butterfly movement keys, three thumb keys and 11 weapon keys
  • Main game commands are labeled and laid out for quick access
    including run, crouch and reload
  • Sleek ergonomic game pad tilts 11 degrees to match natural wrist
    position for comfortable gaming
  • Fully programmable keys, macro editing and drag and drop key
    editing functionality that is easy to use
GM-200 Gaming Mouse Features:
  • Four button optical mouse with scroll wheel
  • Three levels of dpi adjustment: 1,600, 800 and 400
  • Motion detection up to 37 inches/second and acceleration up to 20G
  • Full-speed mouse controller with data report rate of 500 times per second

GH-100 Gaming Headset Features:
  • Provides clear in-game sound and voice
  • Behind the head/over the ear format
  • In-line volume adjustment
  • Comfortable foam ear pads

Product Details

  • Item Weight: 4 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 4.8 pounds
  • Domestic Shipping: Item can be shipped within U.S.
  • International Shipping: This item is not eligible for international shipping. Learn More
  • ASIN: B000Y8ZQWA
  • Item model number: PW1NAE1-X9MBP01
  • Average Customer Review: 3.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (6 customer reviews)
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  • Product Warranty: For warranty information about this product, please click here
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: November 1, 2007

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Customer Reviews

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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By G.T. on August 2, 2008
The keyboard is nice with the added extras for only a few dollars more. If you are a semi-serious gamer, unless you need a spare mouse and a headset I would shoot for just the keyboard. The mouse has some nice features (slim design, nice size and shape, three total but two functional dpi settings (300 is worthless)with the click of a button) but as far as construction goes is pretty cheap. Although you can adjust the sensitivity in-game it doesn't make up for the basic configuration (lack of side buttons extremely light weight)and anoying ridge around the buttons. This is quite awkward as far as mice go. The headset is pretty cheaply constructed but if a behind the neck headset with mike is your thing it will suit you just fine as long as you don't have too big a head. For lack of no other option this is a good kit but for the "Gamer" stick with just the keyboard unless you need some backup hardware in the event of an emergency or for your laptop bag (my use for them). If you are looking for a good mouse to pair with the keyboard then the Ideazon Reaper edge Ideazon Reaper Edge Gaming Mouse - 3200 DPI precision laser gaming mouse "Rocks" as an addition to your arsenal. Most software issues can be resolved using the updated version from the website.

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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Jennifer Williams on May 23, 2008
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PRos: keyboard is pretty good, optical mouse pretty good
cons: software is faulty, headphones are cheap
after about 1-3 months the Zengine started throwing errors at me.
the headphones are uncomfortable and hurt my ears
comments: keyboard layout is strange but keeps it from being excesivly long.
The mouse sensetivity can be adjustid in game(NICE!)
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Christopher Mathieu on June 22, 2009
This boxed set is definitely a good buy -- the keyboard alone is worth the money, getting a digital mouse and a headset are icing on the cake.

The keyboard takes a little getting used to. First off, it's got a set of 34 keys on the left side, slightly angled. The number keys and arrows keys are combined into one set to make room, which can make things tricky if you've gotten used to having a standard 10-key pad at your right hand. The arrangement of the Insert and Delete keys are a little off, and the keypad includes some functions you don't normally see (like cut/copy/paste, and keys for minimizing and closing windows).

A smaller row of buttons along the top give access to the key-map editor, as well as control over your resident media player, and three extra buttons to customize to whatever you want.

When it comes to playing games, however, the left-hand keys really shine. The slight angling helps somewhat, and it's possible to navigate the pad by feel. The included software has key-mappings for a broad spectrum of games, and creating and editing these mappings is very easy. Once you play around with it a little, you'll find yourself making new keymaps for every game you have installed. Whenever you have a keymap active, a light activates just over the number pad to let you know.

The mouse is fairly straightforward. It has a clickable scroll-wheel between the two buttons, and a fourth button just behind that whose function (if any) I've been unable to determine.

The headset could stand a little improvement. It's a behind-the-head design, which puts its weight on your ears. The sound quality is good, and the microphone does an adequate job when positioned properly, but long-term wear might make your ears hurt. (I also wear ill-fitting glasses, so this pain might be from the two combined.)
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