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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||7.2 x 17.91 x 0.91 in||9 x 18 x 2 in||1.97 x 18.9 x 7.28 in||10 x 22.7 x 1.6 in|
|Item Weight||2.42 lbs||2.2 lbs||2.5 lbs||2.2 lbs||3.1 lbs|
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.
Top Customer Reviews
Overall great keyboard with a few design flaws. Keys are very responsive with a nice typing feel but they're a little loud for my taste. They're fine during the day but may become a problem for those who work late at night (The original Devastator might be a better option since it has normal membrane keys). The media keys are very useful but they're much shorter than the rest so the top row of function keys actually get in the way. I'd much rather have the media keys raised a bit more or just have all the keys the same height. My last complaint is the illumination. It's actually very dim with no way to increase the brightness, so the keys are pretty hard to make out when placed in your typical typing angle (even at night). The keys only appear fully and evenly lit when facing them directly.
Wonderful little mouse, no complaints at all. I use a fingertip grip (I move the mouse with my fingertips only and I do not rest my palm on the mouse at all) and it is very comfortable to hold. It has a nice symmetrical design and the lighting is a very nice touch. I got used to the mouse within minutes of using it. I would honestly pay 30 dollars for the mouse alone. I don't use the DPI toggle button but it works exactly how you'd expect for those wondering.
The keyboard (mainly the illumination) is somewhat disappointing but it still deserves 5 stars considering how cheap this combo is ($35 dollars with Prime at the time of writing this review). A mechanical-feeling keyboard along with an excellent gaming mouse at this price point is just a deal too good to pass up. Also, being a Cooler Master product I don't expect either devices to malfunction anytime soon.
Things CM can improve on:
First thing:Software support and tuning. Razer's Synapse is so nice to have and use, and I would like CM to have some software.
Second: Keys are very loud, but easily solved by lifting off the key slower. Its not that annoying and still within most mechanical keyboard's noise levels.
Third:Add white outlines on key lettering for better daylight visibility. Lights are the only option to know what key you are pressing. Also, add differentiation on WASD keys so they are easy to find-different texture or shape so that its easily found or color because many gamers will be using those keys more.
Fifth: Expand the viewing angle for the key lights, they are mostly effective from straight down but any other angle and the light isn't there to illuminate the letters. If the keyboard is far away the light doesn't shine as bright through the letters because of the small letters. Making the letters bigger would alleviate the issue.
Now on to my opinion of the keyboard:the switches are good. They do a good job. They don't feel like a pure membrane but its definitely not a mechanical keyboard. It is definitely more mechanical than a membrane but you will still feel the membrane mush at the end of the press but in every other fashion it is like a mechanical. I like it. YMMV. I like the media and sound buttons are a nice touch and I applaud CM for putting them in there. This is a good keyboard and will last awhile.
Now the mouse.......its actually impressive! It really is a nice mouse, the clicks aren't hypersensitive or feel like sand. The scroll wheel is tight and is tactile(considering price) and the clicks are tight as well. No wiggle side to side in the scroll wheel. Definitely punches above its price point for quality of construction. However I do have two complaints: the weight of the mouse is not as heavy as I would like, and it does have a medium lift off distance, which is just enough to get on my nerves. Since it has an optical sensor, putting a small piece of scotch tape over half of the sensor takes care of it. The lights aren't overwhelming and the scroll wheel is lit up which is nice. Adjustable DPI is a nice touch and is lit up as well.
Overall, an impressive package from CM. Buy confident because of their customer service, but know that you are spending 30 bucks on a gaming keyboard AND mouse. Can't expect Razer levels of comfort and durability but for the price point it demolishes any gaming keyboard option below Razer.
Mouse: This is where the flaw really show. The mouse lackluster and i wish i had gone with something more better. The response time on this mouse is lagging. The dpi is ridiculously low for a "gaming" mouse. i have laptop mouses faster than this. Also, they respond better than this mouse. Also, the 2 buttons on the side of the mouse is completely useless. they should've made a software program to edit the buttons on the mouse. The side buttons just scroll up and down on web pages. Nothing useful for gaming. Still pretty useless for normal web browsing.