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Corsair Gaming LAPDOG - Gaming Control Center
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- Designed to work exclusively with Corsair K70/K65 series keyboards / Large 11" x 11" mouse mat area
- Removable memory foam lap cushion / Built-in powered 4-port USB 3.0 hub
- Additional ports for USB headset and game controllers / Durable aluminum surface
- Dedicated cable compartment / Support for USB fast-charging
- Keyboard and Mouse sold separately
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Living Room Gaming With Zero Compromise
LAPDOG is the portable gaming control center that brings precision desktop gaming performance to your couch. Designed to support CORSAIR K65 and K70 keyboards and featuring a built-in large mouse pad with dedicated USB ports for your mouse, LAPDOG is engineered from the ground up to enable an authentic 4K gaming experience in your living room.
Legendary Corsair Precision From The Comfort Of Your Couch
All your gaming gear connected right where you are. Everything you need in a perfectly balanced, ergonomic gaming setup. Precise keyboard control. Generous mouse pad area. No compromises.
Large 11 X 11 inch Mouse Pad Area and Keyboard Dock
Your mouse will have ample room with the built-in mouse pad and not on the top of a cushion.
Powered USB 3.0 Hub
For Keyboard, Mouse, Headset, Game Controllers, and Flash Drives. Whatever you need, power it up.
Fast Charging for Your Smartphone or Tablet.
Dive into your favorite game worlds and take your phone with you.
Hidden Compartment to Neatly Store Cables
Focus on your game, not snagging cables.
Memory Foam Underside Cushion for User Comfort
Say goodbye to a hot laptop and hello to comfortable gaming.
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LAPDOG is an ultimate gaming control center which revolutionizes PC gaming in the living room. It’s designed specifically to work with award-winning Corsair K65 or K70 series mechanical keyboards and a wired USB mouse. Keyboard and mouse sold separately.
Top Customer Reviews
There is a detachable foam base that attaches via magnets. I find the connection plenty sturdy enough for normal use. I have never had the Lapdog slide off of the foam base on accident. I like that it is detachable, because the foam piece is contoured to fit your lap comfortably, which means it does not sit flat on a table, so I slide the base off when I store it on the back of my computer desk, and it sits flat, and the base I can just tuck down to the side of my desk. There is an insert in the base for the included driver that is used to remove the screws holding your keyboard in. I would not advise storing the driver here, as it does not fit in very snugly. I just keep mine with my other hardware, it is not like there is a good reason to be swapping the keyboard and mouse out often - that kind of defeats the purpose.
The Lapdog provides a very comfortable experience. The foam pad is contoured to fit your lap, and also lifts the unit enough that it feels like a natural height for your hands. I usually game for several hours at a time, and have never experienced any fatigue or had my lap get warm from the unit. There are a few small issues that could be improved upon, but I do not find them major. One issue is that if you like to sit cross legged on the couch, the unit will slope back towards you, and your mouse will not stay still. I noticed my sister had this problem when using it. This could be solved by the inclusion of a second foam bad which is more wedge shaped, in order to support the side closest to you. The other small issue is that on the mouse side, there is a slightly raised lip on both the right side, and the side that faces you. This is to keep the mouse from sliding off, which is nice, but can cause some discomfort if you try to rest your wrist upon it. I usually have a pillow tucked under my arm anyway to provide forearm and elbow support, so I don't have many problems with it, but I could see it causing a small issue for some people. Lastly, typing on the keyboard feels slighly awkward, since it feels like it is fairly far left when sitting on your lap. This is an extremely minor quibble, since most games don't involve a ton of typing, and you can pretty easily adapt to it if necessary.
The last issue with the Lapdog is the price. At $120 and no sign of a sale anytime soon, it is a fairly large investment for a peripheral. Combine this with the fact that the keyboards it supports aren't exactly cheap - ($70-$100 range on average?), and it would be a pain to remove the keyboard/mouse frequently, you are investing a good bit of money into fully utilizing this piece of equipment. I'd like to see it come down in price soon so more people can enjoy it.
Overall, I am extremely pleased with the Lapdog. Anyone who has ever tried to used a keyboard on their lap and a mouse on the couch next to them knows how that experience is in no way pleasurable, and stuffs sliding around everywhere. Having both keyboard and mouse in a self contained unit that fits comfortably on your lap is a great experience, and definitely worth it. I would recommend to anyone interested in couch gaming.
* The magnets on the base pad need to be stronger or have grooves that when lined up its harder for the base to move away from the top.
* If they added a curved wrist pad along the front it would significantly help with wrist fatigue.
* The mouse area has a perfect texture for maneuvering the mouse around.
*The cord management is perfect, hiding keyboard and mouse cords perfectly.
* The extra USB ports are very nice!
* The use of Aluminum round the keyboard and mouse pad make for a very nice feel and is pleasing to look at.
* Having the screw tool placed in the middle of the base pad keeps the tool hidden yet stored for quick use.
They failed within the first month of me using this thing.
I noticed that the area over the usb hub under the mouse surface was getting noticeably hot after long sessions and at some point the ports just stopped working entirely.
The internal ports still work but the external ones are dead.
Would be a 5/5 but as is can't recommend it unless you really need a living room solution and don't like wireless or don't want to wait for the SOVA.
Large mouse pad area - I saw reviews that at the edges of the Lapdog were a bit sharp/uncomfortable to have your wrists/arms lie upon. I agree kinda 50/50 with this. It wasn't the most comfortable area for my wrists/arms to sit upon consistently, but it honestly didn't hurt or dig into them. I ended up actually buying some thin cushion with 3M Edge Tape and it help relieve some discomfort but I did notice any major difference (prolly need better cushioning).
Weight/Memory Foam Cushion - It's a little heavy but once it's sitting on your lap it's not too noticeable. One of the downfalls is the fact that the keyboard and mouse top section is separate from the memory foam cushion. They decided to use magnets to hold the two section together, which it successfully does for the most part. But, the magnets are not that strong and if you decide to shift around in your seat or if it the Lapdog tilts forward or to either side to far for any reason, the sections will slip apart. I personally am gonna do some personal modifications to my own to help remedy this issue as it seems like a simple enough one to fix.
Ease of Assembly/Use - Disassembling is easy and cable management is decent enough. Unfortunately, with the Corsair K75 keyboard I have, routing its cable along with the mouse's cable was a little frustrating due to the thickness of the cable on the keyboard but I managed to zip-tie them down in the end. The USB 3.0 and power cable that attaches to the keyboard is a really nice length and good quality.
Games found easy to play with:
Cities : Skylines
Transformers: Fall of Cybertron
Resident Evil 4 & 5
Essentially, I wouldn't recommend using it for FPS games like Counter-Strike : GO, Call of Duty series, Battlefield Series, Paladins, Overwatch if you're doing competitive gaming. It's not bad to use for FPS games all-in-all but with how you are positioned with the keyboard in your lap it makes it a little difficult to keep consistent posture while playing. (I also bought this when it was on sale for $89 and that's probably what I would recommend for anyone else who's interested in it to buy it for)