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Cooler Master Devastator II LED Gaming Keyboard & Mouse (Red or Blue) EXPIRED

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I have this keyboard. Be aware that it makes using Excel almost impossible with the keyboard backlight on. The backlight is toggled by pressing the scroll lock key. When the computer turns on, the backlight is off. So you must enable scroll lock to turn the backlight on. That's fine for normal computer use, but if you do any amount of work in Excel, it will drive you mad. You won't be able to move around cells with the arrow keys. If you try to use the arrow keys, it will just scroll around the document, not move between cells. So you have to use the mouse to select every individual cell you want to navigate to. (Or use enter/tab)

Not to mention the feel of the keys is terrible compared to a real mechanical keyboard (I just upgraded to the Logitech g610 and I'm in love with actual mechanical keys)
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you can get cheap chinese knockoff mechanical keys that are better. jus sayin.
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how close to mechanical do these feel?
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you can get cheap chinese knockoff mechanical keys that are better. jus sayin.
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thanks OP great deal if you're into rebates
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how close to mechanical do these feel?
You can buy a real mechanical keyboard for 20 bucks so I dunno but here's a video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0mahJROC69I
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Not worth it. You get what you pay for.
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I have this keyboard. Be aware that it makes using Excel almost impossible with the keyboard backlight on. The backlight is toggled by pressing the scroll lock key. When the computer turns on, the backlight is off. So you must enable scroll lock to turn the backlight on. That's fine for normal computer use, but if you do any amount of work in Excel, it will drive you mad. You won't be able to move around cells with the arrow keys. If you try to use the arrow keys, it will just scroll around the document, not move between cells. So you have to use the mouse to select every individual cell you want to navigate to. (Or use enter/tab)

Not to mention the feel of the keys is terrible compared to a real mechanical keyboard (I just upgraded to the Logitech g610 and I'm in love with actual mechanical keys)
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I have this keyboard. Be aware that it makes using Excel almost impossible with the keyboard backlight on. The backlight is toggled by pressing the scroll lock key. When the computer turns on, the backlight is off. So you must enable scroll lock to turn the backlight on. That's fine for normal computer use, but if you do any amount of work in Excel, it will drive you mad. You won't be able to move around cells with the arrow keys. If you try to use the arrow keys, it will just scroll around the document, not move between cells. So you have to use the mouse to select every individual cell you want to navigate to. (Or use enter/tab)

Not to mention the feel of the keys is terrible compared to a real mechanical keyboard (I just upgraded to the Logitech g610 and I'm in love with actual mechanical keys)
Why can't you turn scroll lock off after turning lights on?
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Why can't you turn scroll lock off after turning lights on?
If you press scroll lock again, it turns the lights off. They have actually acknowledged that this is an issue and they said they can't fix it (based on some reviews on Amazon where people have said they contacted the mfg)
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Would be a good deal if it was FAR.
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I have this and was about to throw it away last week...it's so cheap and noisy. I paid $35 for this combo and instead of using it I opt to use one of those HTPC Logitech all-in-one keyboard and trackpad units just to not have to use this. The keys suck and I feel like Doogie Howser trying to type on it, my partner can hear me typing from down the hall, the mouse is just as bad. The scroll wheel makes an obnoxious squeaking noise that I can't figure out how to stop...buy something else.
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