Corsair Darkstar Wireless mouse review. It targets MMO gamers. Its 15 customizable buttons, including a six-button side cluster, make all actions and abilities accessible. Tilt motions can be utilized as virtual mouse buttons for in-game and productivity actions. Corsair Marksman has 26,000 DPI and 1 DPI resolution step, with up to 50G acceleration and hyper-polling at 2000 Hz.
This article reviews the Mountain Makalu Max mouse (with the addition of the Nunatak M mousepad). It is not the first product of this German company that we're checking. Previously it was the keyboard called Everest Max: Makalu 67 mouse, 60% keyboard Everest 60, and the latest Display and Macro Pad. In December 2022, the Listan Group took over the Mountain (be quiet!). But getting back to the Makalu Max- the first product made under the new ownership - it's an optical gaming mouse presented on 16.05.2023. It targets gamers, no doubt about that, but not only (more about it later).
The Asus ROG Azoth keyboard is the one we’re reviewing today. The last one from Asus ROG I had my hands on was the Claymore II (in 2021, a wireless 100% keyboard that earned a “Recommended” award). This time it’s the 75% form factor wireless keyboard initially shown at the CES 2023. What we’ll find interesting about this product? It’s not using the Cherry MX switches. Still, the custom-made ASUS ROG ROG NX (hot-swappable, pre-lubricated) switches are offered here, aimed at gamers and professionals.
This time, we’re checking out (I think it’s the third time we review on Guru3d for this type of gear) a gaming chair – it’s Cougar Terminator. The manufacturer is a company that was founded in 2007 by PC enthusiasts from German and Taiwan. I already had a chance to check their products in the past, one was the 700K Evo keyboard, and the second was the Blazer chassis. But that’s not all, as there are also power supplies, air and liquid coolers, fans, headsets, mice, streaming gear, and even desks (including the standing ones). Terminator is one of 15 available chairs from Cougar (and there’s even a gaming sofa).
If you're searching for a gaming mouse that can cater to your first-person shooter requirements and comes with top-of-the-line specs, ergonomic design, and a lightweight build, then the MSI Clutch GM51 might be the perfect choice for you. However, be prepared to pay a premium price for this high-end gaming mouse.
This article provides a review of the Asus ROG Harpe Ace Aim Lab Edition mouse. This optical gaming mouse is specifically designed for gamers and comes equipped with the ROG Hone Ace Aim Lab Edition mousepad. The mouse features a highly precise optical sensor, the ROG AimPoint, which is a derivative of the PixArt 3399, with a sensitivity range of 100 to 36,000 DPI and a deviation of less than 1% CPI. This level of accuracy is better than the industry average of 3% and is comparable to that found in other high-end gaming mice such as the ROG Keris Wireless Aimpoint and ROG Chakram X. Additionally, the mouse has a polling rate of 1,000 Hz, which is a standard for gaming mice, and can reach a maximum speed of 650 IPS with a maximum acceleration of 50G. Overall, the Asus ROG Harpe Ace Aim Lab Edition mouse is a top-performing gaming mouse that offers precision and speed for an optimal gaming experience.
The MSI VIGOR GK71 SONIC is the latest addition to the market of RGB LED lit mechanical keyboards. Equipped with MSI branded Kailh switches (Blue), this keyboard offers a unique typing experience with its tactile and responsive keys. The eye-catching feature of this keyboard is its per-key RGB LED lighting system that can be animated with various light effects. All that at just 109 USD.
This article reviews the MSI Clutch GM31 mouse in a wired and wireless edition. It’s an optical gaming mouse that was launched today, on 12.01.2023. It’s a successor of the GM30 (which had only a wired version). The Clutch GM31 series targets gamers, but it should also work more than fine as a regular mouse. This time, the optical sensor is not the 6200 DPI PMW3327 but a 12K DPI PMW-3360 in the wired version and the same DPI in PAW-3311. There is a possibility to change DPI on-the-fly, and the resolution steps are 400/800/1600/3200/6400.
This time, we’re checking out their LCD screen for monitoring PC h/w data, the HM70 FLIP. This manufacturer’s subsequent attempt at the hardware monitors niche. We already covered the HM101, one of the first ones of its type, and earned an “Approved” award. Overall, this company was known mainly for their fan controllers, which are seldom used anymore because most motherboards now have fan headers. There are hardly any cases with 5.25” drive bays. That’s probably the reason for changing the focus of their new products, with different sizes and screen ratios, with or without touch control or the way of “opening” the display.
In this article, we review the Corsair Katar Elite Wireless mouse. It’s an optical gaming mouse that was launched today, on 26.10.2022. The Katar model is a new version of the Katar Pro Wireless that was introduced on October 2020. The Katar Elite Wireless is targeted at gamers, but it should also work more than fine as a regular mouse. This time, the optical sensor is not the 10K DPI PMW3325 but a 26K DPI Corsair Marksman. It has 1 DPI resolutions steps, 650 IPS tracking, and up to 50G acceleration.
The Mountain Everest Max keyboard is the one we’re reviewing today. It’s not the first product of this German manufacturer that we got, as we check already the Makalu 67 mouse. But let’s get back to the keyboard topic - the first information about the Everest Max appeared on the web around March ’20. At first, it was available on Kickstarter, but it was (and is) possible to buy it on the manufacturer’s website.
The Corsair K60 RGB Pro keyboard is the one we’re reviewing today. It’s not the first one from the K70 series checked on guru3d. Previously those were K70 RGB Rapidfire Mk2, also in a low-profile version, and as a TKL, so overall, there shouldn’t be any significant surprise as far as the general concept goes. Corsair K70 RGB Pro takes some K100 RGB and (most of) K70 RGB TKL CHAMPION (already mentioned) features. The suffix “Pro” wasn’t used yet, so probably it was the right time for that.
The Mountain Everest 60 keyboard is the one we’re reviewing today. We have already covered two products of this German company; one was the Makalu 67 mouse and the Everest Max keyboard. This time it’s the 60% version of the latter. What we’ll find interesting about this product? This time it’s not using the Cherry MX switches but rather the custom-made MOUNTAIN.
The Corsair K70 RGB Pro keyboard is the one we’re reviewing today. It’s not the first one from the K70 series checked on guru3d. Previously those were K70 RGB Rapidfire Mk2, also in a low-profile version, and as a TKL, so overall, there shouldn’t be any significant surprise as far as the general concept goes. Corsair K70 RGB Pro takes some K100 RGB and (most of) K70 RGB TKL CHAMPION (already mentioned) features. The suffix “Pro” wasn’t used yet, so probably it was the right time for that.
The MSI Vigor GK50 Low Profile TKL keyboard is the one we’re reviewing today. The GK50 Low Profile is the name of it. So what are the differences here? As you’d probably know by yourself, mainly it’s the lack of the numeric part of the keyboard. Tenkeyless form factor provides a wider and larger space for your mouse swipes for the ideal gaming setup.
The MSI Vigor GK71 Sonic keyboard is the one we’re reviewing today. This is not the first time we got this manufacturer’s peripheral, as, for example, the GK80 was checked almost four years ago. What the new one has to offer? The first thing is the MSI SONIC RED switches. It’s a result of a close collaboration between Kailh and MSI. These linear switches are designed to provide seamless and instantaneous responses, minimizing finger fatigue and enhancing comfort & ergonomics during gaming sessions