Bought this and it arrived today. I highly recommend downloading the Gmenu software from the AOC website, as it lets you program all of the buttons as well as changing the colour of the lights, light effects etc.
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No for Sony you'll also need a PS5 and the new Meta VR headset is aimed at business not gaming and will be far more expensive.
Hardly anything Toxic in the thread, just people with the same issues. The last post was 3 months ago as well but nevermind you keep chuckling away there pal ;)
Sorry for the delay. There are a few places that make them. The oculus recommended (via website) probably best but US import. Will look at some other options too but came across this also and looks interesting hackaday.com/2022/05/26/its-easy-to-mod-your-oculus-vr-headset-with-prescription-lenses/ I’d avoid using glasses with headset as it found it a nightmare and uncomfortable plus the glasses specific spacer caused more of the goggle eye effect so less immersion. Plus very easy to scratch the Oculus lenses as they are soft.
You link a post from toxic reddit started from 2 years ago lol
PSVR2 will have considerably better specs, though it will be wired unlike the Q2. The next Meta headset is going to be 'premium', so it'll cost a lot more. The Quest 3 is coming after that and could be a good bit away. The Q2 is still a great choice for an all-round PCVR headset (not to mention standalone).
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Christ! Last time I had an issue it was with the US. It was quite nerve racking, straight up replacement but being asked to cut cable before sending back was a worry (lol)
Yes, really good. I've changed the cushions on mines. Buttons are kinda fiddly, between volume and game chat. Battery lasts for ages. Comfort and sound are great tho, easily the best wireless headset at this price, in fact you'd have to pay a lot lot more to get something better.
I have the pro version of these which are identical plus a couple features that I have never used (removable mic and Bluetooth to connect to a phone or something), sound quality is very good, comfortable for long periods and very clear mic (with monitoring) and for the money very good surround sound capabilities in games (haven't used them to watch a movie as I don't watch movies through the Xbox). 50 quid is an absolute bargain and I would buy these over the Pros now. Razer customer services however since Brexit is garbage as they require you to send everything to Germany but don't tell you what else you need now to post items with enclosed batteries on a package so it constantly gets rejected....I'm not still angry I swear.
I did Google ‘IT’ and got this. Help me understand how it helps this post? Many thanks.
Ebuyer has this one and the rgb version for a similar price
It should show in checkout
How do you get the price in £ I only get Euros
Decent quality at a great price :) Well done op
Great price but they aren't without some issues. There is quite a lot of noise bleed, in that others in the room will likely be able to hear what you are listening too. I kind of wish I'd have known these aren't noise cancelling when I got them. I find the sound is inferior to my Bose but at this price, decent enough and unlike my Bose, better suited to gaming with the superior mic. Overall good but not perfect
Same here. I won't buy anything from them again. I had a faulty hard drive and they returned it, having not actually tested for the fault I reported, and charged me for the privelege.
Had a 6800xt with bad coil whine, they returned it no problem. That’s my one and only experience with them.
Good find and first deal, @Tensei - thanks for sharing :)
Cherry switches aren't regarded as the best quality switches you can get and they haven't been for a while. Just because they've been around for a long time it doesn't mean they're the best. The patents for their switches expired sometime in 2014 and brands like Gateron are making better, smoother and cheaper switches that enthusiasts rate higher than Cherry. I wouldn't expect Cherry at this price point (as they simply cost more) and you also shouldn't be concerned with poor performing switches as even the cheapest of manufacturers have decent Red switches nowadays.
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Is this better than the mouse from AWD-IT where Asus Tuf k1 mouse plus keyboard can be had for 39.99 when added as part of a gaming PC? Or better to get this and look for a keyboard deal
Had a rat3 that lasted me a few years, the palm rest on theses are adjustable so it would accommodate bigger hands although beware that the scroll wheel will probably fail and there’s not much you can do about it, it will develop a double click eventually but this can be fixed on almost any mouse.
To this day I still use my RAT TE. I've tried to replace it with so many difference mice, but I always return. It really suits my claw style fingertip grip, and is so light. Might buy this as a spare.
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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.