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Cooler Master Devastator - LED Gaming Keyboard and Mouse Combo Bundle (Red Edition)
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- Specially designed keys for enhanced durability and tactile feedback.
- Ergonomic ultra-low profile keyboard and mouse.
- Laser-etched and grip coated key-caps.
- Dedicated multimedia keys for controlling volume and music.
- 2,000 DPI mouse with 3 preset levels (1000, 1600, 2000)
- Rubber side pads for improved stability
- Rubber side pads for improved stability
- System Requirements: PC with USB ports. Windows 8, Windows 7, Windows Vista, or Windows XP
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Devastator compliment the other with a mesmerizing Red 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 at 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.
FULLY LED BACKLIT
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.
CUSTOM MEMBRANE KEYS
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.
ADDITIONAL PRODUCT FEATURES
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.
Top Customer Reviews
The keyboard looks just like the image. The backlight is relatively bright and you will have no trouble seeing the keys. The keys are also not very loud when typing compared to some other keyboards at a similar price. The rubber grips on the bottom are very effective at stopping the keyboard from moving around. As other reviews have mentioned, the keys are very tough to see, almost unreadable, when the backlight is turned off (picture included).
The mouse is also slick looking, just as the picture shows. It has a lower height than I thought but not to the extent of being a detractor. It is very responsive and very fast when set to the highest preset level. I wasn't even in the market for a new mouse but I will play this one out for now since I am pleasantly surprised with it.
All in all, this is a great deal if you are in the market for a gaming keyboard and mouse but want to avoid the higher prices of top of the line gear.
-The keys! They actually feel mechanical, even though they are membrane. They have a sort of tactile feedback without the noise of springs. I would (almost) argue that they have a better feeling then Cherry MX, but are slightly harder to type on. Then again, its practically a 20 dollar keyboard.
-The backlighting is bright, but not too bad. All the space under the keys are lit up, as well as the tops of the caps.
-Full 10 key layout for maximum usage, but in a slightly compact form factor.
-Normal key layout that most people should be familior with.
-Dedicated media keys and volume up/down (no mute)
-On or off backlighting, and when off the lettering is near to impossible to see. So basically all black keys.
-No software support for macros (knew this before purchasing)
-Raised keys, which may feel different at first for people used to using flat keys. (Similar to mechanical keycaps)
-Fairly comfortable, palm grip feels good and claw grip is possible (more of a palm mouse though).
-Clicky right/left buttons feel normal, nothing exceptional though
-Smooth scroll wheel with clicky increments.
-DPI switch for on the fly changes in games.
-Forward/back keys on the left side.
-Rubber grip on the front side for 2 two outside fingers.
-Awesome looking lighting down the middle, on the scroll wheel, and even on the front like a car grill.
-Again, no marcos, which is understandable for a 10 dollar mouse.
-Not much support for the outside fingers.
-Light always stays on.
To wrap it up, these are both exceptional products for 30 dollars (I say about 20 for the keyboard, 10 for the mouse). There is nothing else on the market name brand like this for that price. This is also a good entry keyboard for someone who doesn't know if a mechanical keyboard is good for them since it sort of has the correct feel. I can easily recommend this for any gamer with any system, or even for someone who wants a good looking setup. It has a passive aggressive look that is hard to produce, but Cooler Master hit the ball out of the park on this one.
I don't mind using the keyboard without the backlighting. I'm a touch typist. I also think it is a cool design at times (like some of the razer keyboards that do not have visible key markings)
That being said, this is a great keyboard except you are forced to share your scroll lock with the backlight toggle. This is going to be very annoying if you want to use the backlight and an excel document at the same time for example.
Also, I have tested the product on Windows 8.1 and the most current LTS of Ubuntu 14.04 at the time of this posting. The backlighting feature will not work on ubuntu natively, even when trying to use the scroll lock. I was eventually able to get the scroll lock key to toggle the backlighting in Ubuntu, however it required troubleshooting and a few terminal commands. Not anything that you would want from a 'plug-and-play' perspective.
For most users this is a great keyboard:
The keys are very responsive and I agree with other reviewers that they *FEEL* like a mechanical keyboard. The keypresses feel much stronger and more responsive than the 8 year old Logitech G15 that I replaced. Even though this is a much cheaper keyboard than a similar logitech model and I don't know how long it will hold up, the construction seems to be sturdier than most keyboards and it is a very attractive keyboard.
It's a great mouse. I am replacing a Razer Lachesis that I have had for many many years that was starting to show it's age. I picked this set because of the keyboard/mouse combo and the price. The mouse responsiveness is not noticeable for me because this is a high DPI mouse. I have used the mouse in photoshop and gaming and have had not had any problems with being able to make very small adjustments with the mouse. I use a standard black foam/rubber mousepad.
Overall this is a good bundle. Sorry CoolerMaster, but I had to ding a star for the Scroll Lock/Backlight issue. There needs to be another key to toggle the backlight.
I am getting the squeaky scroll bar on the mouse that others have complained about. It is really annoying.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Keyboard works fine, it's backlit and not too mushy.
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