Showing posts from August, 2018


Sometimes you just have to let go. Right now is one of those times for me. I've been holding onto a few items that have either been replaced or upgraded from and I finally took the initiative to list them out for sale. I consider myself lucky because traditionally I've been able to sell/swap things with people in my friends group but that's not always going to be an option so off to Ebay I go! Check out the new listings I just put up if you're interested at all. These listings will be live for 7 days unless someone scoops it up with the Buy It Now Price. Corsair VENGEANCE K65 Compact Mechanical Gaming Keyboard Update: SOLD on 08/4/2018 Corsair Ebay Listing Dell 24" Gaming Monitor (S2417DG 24" 165hz WQHD 1440p G-Sync) Update:  SOLD on 08/11/2018 Dell Ebay Listing

Another FANTASTIC Mouse From Logitech - Logitech MX Master 2S Review

Check out this short gallery of images below... Logitech MX Master 2S Rating ★★★★☆ (4 out of 5) Pros Design Comfortable grip for my large hands Clean and understated look Usability Side wheel is great for spreadsheets Infinity scroll continues to be one of my favorite features on a mouse and the "auto infinity scroll" on this mouse works wonderfully Smooth movement and the tracking is solid Wireless Bluetooth and Unifying receiver options are nice to have Love that you can have 3 different devices connected and can switch between them easily Didn't get to test the battery life but if it lasts for as long as Logitech claims, that's pretty impressive Cons No hardware profiles Upon boot the mouse goes to default settings until the software service starts Requires the Logitech Options software to be running for DPI adjustments and other preferences to work Other Thoughts TL;DR This is another fantastic mouse from Logitech. The onl

A CLEAN, SIMPLISTIC and FUNCTIONAL Keyboard - Logitech G610 Orion Brown Review

Here we go with another Keyboard review. Check out some pictures below before reading the rest! View post on Rating ★★★★★ (5 out of 5) Pros Simple Design It's a rectangle with all the keys you need No "extra" keys (macro keys/gaming keys) Media controls are well laid out and functional Build Quality The board itself is very solid  Switches are great Overall, the materials used are good Adjustability I like that there are two different height settings for adjusting the keyboard angle (4 degrees and 8 degrees) Relatively quiet Without o-rings installed, the typing experience is relatively quiet. Doesn't "clack" as much as some other keyboards. Price Paid $79.99 Cons SOME Materials Glossy plastic on the sides of the keyboard which is bound to get completely ruined  Definitely not the most "robust" keycaps out there but that's to be expected at this price point No wrist rest includ

FIRST EXPERIENCE with a Cooler Master Keyboard - Cooler Master MasterKeys Pro M White (Cherry MX Brown) Review

Before we get to the meat of the review, here's a couple pictures of the keyboard... View post on This is also my first experience with a TenKey (92 key) layout on a keyboard. Rating ★★★☆☆ (3 out of 5) Pros Hardware Build quality is solid Key caps and switches (Cherry MX Brown) feel good Sound is fairly dampened even without o-rings (which is great for a work environment) Size Reminiscent of a TKL keyboard (just barely wider than TKL due to 1 extra column of keys Driverless Every piece of functionality can be controlled via the keyboard. No need for any software to setup and configure macros, lighting, functions, etc… Cons Numpad/Navigation Cluster Combo At work I'm a frequent user of the navigation cluster and the numpad so this is fairly annoying to deal with toggling numlock on and off all the time.  Quite a few things buried under the FN key I could get used to it but it reminds me of the Anne pro where a lot of the functions