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Cooler Master Devastator II LED Gaming Keyboard and Mouse Combo Bundle (SGB-3031-KKMF1-US)
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- Mem-chanical Switches - Cooler Master's exclusive switches are durable and feel like mechanical switches with satisfying tactile feedback
- Red LED Backlighting - Single LED backlight helps you type at night. Plus, it looks cool
- Laser-etched Keys - The print on each keycap won't fade or disappear
- Compatible with Custom Keycaps - Customize each key with your own keycaps. Cherry MX compatible
- Precision Optical Sensor - Your cursor goes where you want, as fast as you want, even during intense gaming. Be in total control.
- On-the-fly DPI Settings - Switch quickly between three preset DPI settings: 1000/1600/2000
- Solid Control and Grip - Solid rubber sides provide maximum grip. An ergo-ambidextrous shape works great even if you're left-handed
- Dedicated Multimedia Keys - Absolute control of volume and music right at your fingertips
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|Item Dimensions||9.5 x 22.1 x 1.8 in||5.84 x 17.7 x 1.4 in||7.2 x 17.91 x 0.91 in||1.4 x 18.7 x 7.7 in||7.5 x 18 x 1 in||1.38 x 7.36 x 17.91 in|
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The Devastator II gives you two gaming devices for one low price. It takes the best features of its predecessor and makes them even better. The keyboard feels mechanical, with each key providing a crisp, tactile feel thanks to Cooler Master's new exclusive Mem-chanical switches. The mouse has features that are normally found in high-priced gaming mice, such as side buttons, bright LED lights, and on-the-fly DPI adjustment. So whether you're new to PC gaming or a seasoned veteran, Devastator II delivers great performance for an incredible value.
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My suggested upgraded to this:
Give the mouse a little more weight
Make the keys click when they actuate which would make it feel a little better and would give it a more accurate feel.
Add a separate key for turning the light on and off due to Scroll Lock making Excel work REALLY annoying!
All in all it is a great budget keyboard and mouse, it really stands out from the budget crowd to me.
That and the paint on the keys come off so again its a pain for some. Overall: Good Buy
3) Keyboard quality
4) Strong backlighting
1) Mouse is crap
2) Paint on keys came off in less than a month
3) Hard to see the keys before the paint even started peeling off
The keys are definitely much louder than an average mechanical keyboard, but while they do tend to be a little rattly, especially my space bar (which can be a little aggravating at times, the keys are very satisfying and deliver great rebound speed. Do they feel like an actual mechanical keyboard as Cooler Master claims with their "mem-key technology." Close, but not quite there. They definitely need to work on how loud this keyboard is. So if you can't stand those loud keyboards you would use at school, this isn't for you. The backlight is a nice, calming blue which was surprisingly more solid than I thought it would be, however, the light does not shine as well through the keys as mine seemed a little "faded."
The wrist-rest was something I thought was something worth commenting on. Useless. This may be a singular issue for me, since I happen to have larger hands, but my wrist in no way rests on the thing. And if I do, it feels extremely unnatural. The build quality of the board, however, is much better than I thought it would be, and absolutely no flex. It's definitely got some weight to it, and doesn't feel cheap at all. Great quality for the price.
Like I said earlier, I have pretty big hands, so it was a little uncomfortable to grip. Is it very ergonomic? Not really, but it certainly does feel better than an average, everyday mouse. The mouse has some rubber on the sides of the mouse for grip, so that certainly compensated for the slightly unnatural feel of the mouse. There's the usual dpi setting on the top behind the scroll wheel which is pretty much useless for everyday use, but for gaming, I'm sure would be useful if you want to switch to a different sensitivity level to conform to the game you want to play.
Overall, Cooler Master does a fairly decent job of attempting to give you that premium feel for a small budget, but I wouldn't say they're quite there yet.
The mouse is not comfortable. It has jagged lines that *may* look cool, but are not comfortable in your hand after a few hours of use. Worse still, the mouse wheel squeaked after about one month of use and similarly has hard edges that get uncomfortable after hours of use. Of all the keyboard/mouse sets I've owned, this is the worst, and that includes the OEM mice that ship with HP/eMachines desktops.
My advice is take your money and use it towards a mouse with soft edges and one with easier to see keys. If you don't believe me, search youtube for Devastator II mouse squeak.
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