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Devastator Bundle
  • Ergonomic Design
  • Blue LED backlight
  • Mice: 800 - 1600 - 2000 DPI Mode
  • Keyboard: UK layout
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Style Name: Bundle | Colour Name: Devastator Bundle
Technical Details
BrandCooler Master
Item Weight1.3 Kg
Product Dimensions50 x 20 x 4 cm
Item model numberSGB-3010-KKMF1-US
SeriesDevastator SGB-3010-KKMF1-UK
ColorDevastator Bundle
  
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ASINB00CUBQH3G
Best Sellers Rank 1,061 in Computers & Accessories (See top 100)
Shipping Weight1.4 Kg
Date First Available14 Aug. 2013
  
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Style Name: Bundle | Colour Name: Devastator Bundle

Product Description

CM Storm Devastator is a bundle that includes a PC gaming keyboard and mouse. Both pieces of Devastator compliment the other with a mesmerizing blue LED glow. The keyboard utilizes custom membrane keys that deliver satisfying key presses for those long gaming sessions. The mouse features 3 different DPI levels for quick speed adjustments. Both pieces are designed to provide enhanced comfort and ergonomics with ultra-low profiles. Whether you're new to PC gaming or a seasoned veteran, Devastator delivers great performance for an incredible value. Case cooling is becoming more essential these days. The better airflow inside your system, the cooler and more stable system you will get.That is why we now introduce the Cooler Master BC fans which combines the best of both worlds.

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1 x BC LED Fan

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9 of 9 people found the following review helpful By ccr on 23 Mar. 2014
Style Name: Fullsize KeyboardColour Name: Trigger Z
The choice of Brown switches is for me the best out of both worlds. It has the speed of reds for gaming and a tactile feeling associated with Blues, but without the clicking noise. It's by no means a quiet keyboard, at least when undampened.

What it excels at compared to other top dogs, is it just feels right both typing on it and playing games. It has to do with the shape and size of the keys. I liked it right out of the box, which is somewhat rare as they all differ significantly to each others.

Where this keyboard is a bit challenging is the software. The user experience needs to be improved - I am an IT guy so not too bad with this stuff, but nevertheless found that I had to do some serious investigation to find how to activate my custom created macros profiles. Otherwise the software is good.

Pluses:
- strong typing experience both due to the Brown keys as well as how they are integrated
- very fast for gaming
- the rest pad is just brilliant. Rubberized and smooth feeling. It is a bit big, but it has a very nice slope and feel to it. Very sturdy. All pads should be this quality.
- understated design. No gamer gaudiness is a good thing imo.
- just gets the job done and easy to get on with
- once dampened with aftermarket o-rings it is very quiet.

Not so great at:
- Not the most stiff/solid body. A bit of twist if you really try at it. Not an issue but worth mentioning competition is better at this.
- No dedicated multimedia keys. I personally don't need them, but worth mentioning
- Over the mechanical average in noise. But it's a damp key noise, so not too bad.
- The Num/Caps Lock Leds are way too bright

An excellent keyboard that I prefer over most of them out there, but not without flaws. On the other hand I've yet to find one that's great at everything, it seems to be a trade of compromises game still. The software needs improvement in usability.
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29 of 31 people found the following review helpful By Mr. J. E. Philp on 1 July 2013
Style Name: TKL KeyboardColour Name: QuickFire TK Brown Verified Purchase
Like a previous reviewer, I also ordered this keyboard expecting a long wait (1-3 months). Less than two weeks later, and it had arrived - a fantastic start!

The main features of this keyboard are:

1) Brown Cherry MX switches under each key
These are kind of the middle ground between the very clicky blue switches and the quiet and squidgy red ones. You get some feedback as to when the key is actually pressed, but not a loud click. All this means is that you can type without hammering the keys right down to the bottom of their movement (as found in any non-mechanical keyboard out there). This both speeds up and also lightens the whole typing experience. The switches are also rated for more presses that you will likely do in a lifetime.

2) Reduced form factor
Cooler Master have integrated the arrow keys (with home/end etc.) and number keys (10-keys) into one block. This is a really smart design; the keyboard is smaller and neater, but can also perform both functions. Switching between them is a simple press of the NUMLK key (although Mac users should note that this function does not work, and you are stuck with the arrows/home pgup/pgdown etc. keys).

3) Backlit keyboard
Each key is individually lit with a white LED. There are various modes to vary the brightness or turn the lights off. My only gripe with the product comes in this area - when in 'arrow key' mode the arrow key lights stay on even when the rest of the lights turn off. In Windows, you can substitute this light for the Num Lock LED indicator, but OSX there is no way to get rid of the light under the arrows. Although not very bright, if this is the kind of thing that would disturb you when leaving your machine on overnight, it should be taken into consideration.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Q on 30 Sept. 2013
Style Name: TKL KeyboardColour Name: QuickFire TK Brown Verified Purchase
Let me get this out of the way at the start: The only major problem with the keyboard was with the Fn key. When it is turned on, you cannot press it to access to the F1 - F12 keys. The only way to access those keys is to press the Fn key for 3 seconds to turn it off (and then you'll want to press it again for 3 seconds to turn it back on). On top of this, if you accidentally hold the Fn key for too long it will annoyingly activate itself!

Putting that aside, this compact keyboard is excellent and does everything that you expect it to. However there are a few other minor issues. Firstly, it is much louder than non-mechanical keyboards but that doesn't bother me since there is no one else around me. Secondly, you have to get used to the new arrow-keys and number-pad layout (and going back to a normal keyboard also requires adjustment!)

Some particularly good notes are that the keyboard has some very useful features such as the media keys and back-lighting. (However, the windows key lock button and NKRO <-> 6KRO are less useful - I suppose some people find it handy.) Finally, the keyboard is quite compact which is a big plus. The keys being laser etched mean that the text won't fade away which is very good for longevity.

It says it is a mechanical keyboard but it doesn't feel that much different from my Microsoft Media keyboard (except it is much louder). It came with a key-puller.

I should point out that despite the picture this was a UK keyboard layout (with accented characters on the vowel keys).
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