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I got this from amazon marketplace and its amazing with my gaming laptop for calm of duty. Adjust dpi for accurate sniping is great. Battery lasts quiet long.
Hmm was 35 quid delivered for me yesterday now 40...
The Omron switches themselves are of decent quality, certainly good enough for mass products such as mice. Logitech just use them out of spec.
Mine started double-clicking after 9 years. Tried to repair it and ended up ripping the pads right off the PCB because the thing you're supposed to desolder is for ants. Meh, replaced it with a G502 wireless and now my collection of AA rechargeables sit unused lol.
I got this (slim profile) and it's perfect: Glorious Padded Keyboard Wrist Rest - Stealth Edition (pcgamingrace.com) I got this one in slim profile and it's perfect - Glorious Padded Keyboard Wrist Rest - Stealth Edition (pcgamingrace.com)
exploring the World wide web... So mechanical last longer, people like the feel but then they are bulkier and this is part slimmer upgrade so i guess thats good. not sure about the price. will keep an eye out on it its wireless, but why else is it almost 3x more then this https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/cooler-master-sk620-60-mechanical-keyboard-with-rgb-lighting-brown-switches-space-grey-ps3794-delivered-at-box-uk-mainland-3939120
The cost tends to be down to the mechanical switches, key construction, and the body construction (metal Vs plastic)
Looking to get my first desktop when the new gen stuff comes out, £100+ is a decent chunk for a keyboard? but this has got decently hot too. Whats good about this keyboard that it twice what others cost? Although probably dont need wireless and would prefer a full size keyboard, but the full size one is £170 lol. Currently using a surface pro keyboard to type. no real experience otherwise with keyboards.
Using the tkl this morning. Already missing the enter button on the numpad. Never knew I used it so often, I end up fitting the right arrow key instead.
Yup and that’s exactly why I don’t post deals anymore. Pathetic behaviour.
I don't get the put all the deals in one basket brigade. Most people will find deals on HUKD when they search for a specific item on a search engine and it shows up here, it does help a lot. Some people also find deals by scrolling and looking at images in this app. Putting all deals in one thread will satisfy the vote hunters, but others will be missing out.
Oh dear. As I always say when this happens, put all the deals in one thread so we can vote cold once instead of multiple times.
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I wouldn't touch this, keys stuck, space key doesn't work, clunky design. My kids had three of them, replaced by Amazon every time until I asked for a refund. Bought them Razer keyboards, one year later no issues. Yes, I spent some money but it's an investment and they love it.
Love this keyboard with how it feels but have had many issues with it after with many replacements (4) from Amazon for 8 months. Multimedia button stopped or some keys stopped being detected on my different PC's and after trial and error i switched to the Corsair k55 rgb and have had no issues for 1 year plus.
I bought a hyperX lately but this looks similar and cheaper. Looks a good deal to me
Decent i use this, only issue is its pretty biggggggg
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It's all personal preference really. Mine wasn't about budget at all but still chose the G604 because it was a better fit for my hand. So mileage will vary for everyone.
If anyone is asking which to buy out of the g502 or this I'm the man. So, this mouse lacks RGB however it has 4 more programmable then the g502 and is wireless. If your not a person who doesn't fuss over RGB this is the mouse for you but if you do and you want a reputable gaming mouse the g502 is for you. Also if you a have a higher budget then get the lightspeed.
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It allows you to get the wireless reciever closer to the mouse.
Picked up today. It seems to track very well and obviously a high quality mouse. It feels a little small and lacks the contours which I am used to from my Tecknet mouse but hopefully I get used to it. Any idea why they have included a USB extender cable with this? I'm rather confused.
Currys.co.uk (lol) Price gone back up. Price change done every day except Sunday
It's true, in good light at least. I use an Axis M1065-LW usually but my work laptop is on vpn so I'm stuck with a USB one. Even though the Axis is obviously a lot more expensive I still kinda expected better.
It's a webcam, somehow thicker than a smartphone camera, yet a $50 Android Smartphone will have better image processing.
Got one of these when they were £69.99. Kinda expected better but it does the job
Do NOT attempt this with an A4 piece of paper. I will not be responsible for the fire that will inevitably occur...
Damm...I only have A4 sheets of paper in the house.
Bought a Blue Yeti for my 9yo son's bday in Sept then bought him a Brio at Xmas... paid about £180 as Brio off ebay (brand new £100) and Blue Yeti was Amazon refurbished. He still hasn't used either! Good price though
Just want to add that the Blue Yeti is in my opinion absolutely garbage and if you want a condenser then look elsewhere. Here's my old comments on why you shouldn't buy a blue yeti in general. https://www.hotukdeals.com/comments/permalink/46401682
Camera resolution doesn't really matter, pretty much everything will send it as 1080p, and if streaming you'll probably be in the corner in a 400x300 window compressing the image further. Don't get me wrong the brio is great, much better Auro focus than others, but for £100 get a c920 and decent lighting instead. Lighting will make a massive difference, so much it's hard to tell webcams apart in ideal lighting. As to the microphone, dynamic is better imo unless you have a sound treated room. When quiet the condenser does work well and sounds more natural, but it picks up noise. Then if you add noise cancelling you lose the natural sound and might as well have a dynamic microphone anyway.
I rate the Brio. With good lighting the results can be great in 1080p60 mode. Probably the best you'll get without spending £400+ on a mirrorless camera, and that's for a used entry level one The Yeti though. Not a fan. Cheaper condensers like this will pick up all the background noise. A shotgun or standard dynamic mic would be way better, though more expensive. The audio is probably more important than video. Bad audio is more jarring than bad video at least in my opinion
You don't have to buy both at the same time to get this price. The webcam was also £20 cheaper for the past 3-4 days. Logitech Brio Stream Webcam amazon.co.uk/dp/B0748NCPN5/ref=cm_sw_r_apan_i_XS9V8G8YXCTMJ2WXY2H3?_encoding=UTF8&psc=1 Blue Yeti USB Microphone amazon.co.uk/dp/B00N1YPXW2/ref=cm_sw_r_apan_i_dl_2D0HJFK2EJDKBFGND0NG