A mousemat that takes up a USB slot? Seen it all now. At least make it wireless charging compatible.
The generic ones tend to have quite uneven spread of RGB light from the main projector. I’d be interested to hear from somebody with this exact mat whether the light is evenly spread.
Well, I've had an eBay jobby for the last year or so, Looked and felt like good quality then and still dose, Not sure what the Razer one is like, But I'm not sure what it has extra for it to be that much better than the eBay one, And you can buy 3 for that one. But everyone knows that RGB gives you about an extra 10-15 FPS, But RGB that matches your mouse and keyboard can at least double that.
Razer though. Higher quality, the brand, limited warranty plus Razer Chroma to sync with other Razer products which there's value in. I would have 100% got the eBay one if I didn't have a Razer mouse and keyboard already, and I agree £60+ is a rip off for a light-up mouse mat (lol) just depends if you like fiddling with RGB effects, we're all big kids!
Can anybody, With hand on heart, Say this is worth £25 more than This, Let alone 52 quid more at the RRP.
It was even worse before b560, you had to use z series or you would be leaving performance on the table. They are heading in the right direction at least
Yeah - the 5600x is £200 BNIB on ebay, so it works out the same money. Shame Intel boards are so expensive!
I'd go for b450, you get the option to upgrade to up to 16 cores if you need to
https://www.cclonline.com/product/347326/B560M-AORUS-PRO/Motherboards/Gigabyte-B560M-AORUS-PRO-Motherboard-MicroATX-Intel-Socket-1200-B560-Chipset/MBD3096/ The micro ATX version is £120 on CCL but sadly sold out. I'm undecided whether to get this board with an 11400F, or go for a newer 'v2' B450 board + 5600X (I'm swaying towards the latter).
at £129.99 delivered this must be the best value mobo for intel
I've been looking at some of the open source routers, I'm tempted by them but I just don't have the space currently. Need to sort the garage out!
Loads of great info here. Explained in easy to understand ways. https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCsdc_0ZTXikARFEn2dRDJhg
YouTube there's a whole heap of great guides on there for all aspects of 3d printing including upgrades
Brilliant stuff. I'm considering buying a CNC router to do some similar stuff
I’ve ordered one but I’m a little intimidated by getting into this. Setting up a self leveling kit, firmware upgrades, etc. so has anyone got a good place they can recommend for guides and a support community for the kit?
what makes a good mouse depends on its user. different mice have different switches or 'click', feels. some are heavy to drag, some are light. i usually stay away from bluetooth because of fear of the battery dying mid game haha.
Mouse is available in black for £69.99 on Amazon.
Got one of these in black a month or two ago. Saw the micro usb hate but you never use it. You plug it into the dock and charge it on the dock. Doesnt matter what the connector is. It really doesnt. Theres no difference to have usb c
I expect micro USB implementation from cheap aliexpress products, but not from expensive, recently released products from well established brands. Ridiculous.
Did they ship X version first and you had to haggle?
Apart from the battery, obviously. I'd argue the Asus G14 is just as premium but without all the RGB gubbins (it has the Animatrix lid instead). I swapped my Razer Blade 14 out for a G14 and I'm really happy with it.
A while ago. https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/razer-iskur-gaming-chair-24999-delivered-at-amazon-3696529 Took about 2 months to ship. Didn't think they would even arrive but they did
When did this pricing glitch occurr?
Not always. I love their Blade series of gaming laptops. Can't find any other gaming laptop that isn't a plastic mess with RGB all over the place. Happy to pay a premium for better build materials/design.
I use the Mk3s as well, they are a consistent workhorse producing quality prints time after time. You could have 8 Ender 3's though for the price so as you say not a fair comparison. However they're the natural progression for anyone moving on from the Creality offerings.
I am a big prusa fan. I played with a few creality printers and a couple of qidi printers too until I purchased a mk3s. Hardly comparing apples with apples but the differences are night and day.
What's people's experience of Box? Reliable? I might buy an Ender 3 v2 from them as I want the quieter steppers and Mean Well PSU.
I print with PLA using an Ender 3 and there's no smell at all
its a roll of filiment. Can vary from £15 to £25 depnding what you want. There are higher price rolls but that is like glow in dark and exotic filiments. but comes in a 1KG roll. goes a long way!