First of all I would like to thank Steelseries for sending me the mouse for review. After having reviewed the Steelseries Sensei [RAW] Heat Orange, I was intrigued to see how the Sensei Wireless compares, both in terms of performance and value for money.
You can purchase the mouse on AmazonUK for around £120 & AmazonUSA for $120, which is more than double the list price of the non-wireless version.
Before getting into my written review, here’s my video review of the Sensei Wireless:
First of all I would like to thank SteelSeries for sending me their headset for review. After having reviewed the Siberia V2 Heat Orange Gaming Headset and the 9H Gaming Headset I was very much curious to see how the wireless offering by SteelSeries would compare, both sonically and in terms of its overall performance as a headset. The H Wireless can be found on AmazonUK for around £235 & AmazonUSA for $278. Thus this is an expensive headset, it competes with a lot of audiophile headphones in its category, let alone headsets. I put it up against the Denon AH-D2000 which has been modded and will thus be the equivalent to a D5000. I spent £270 for the headphones, incl my mods – thus my Denon’s and a ModMic 4.0 offer an audiophile headset equivalent. So the H Wireless has a lot to play for.
Note: At the time of review – it was named the H Wireless, but has since been updated to the 800 Wireless. They are the same headsets, just re-named!
First of all, I would like to thank Perixx for sending me the MX-2200 for review. I was very much impressed with the other products offered by Perixx, thus was intrigued to see what this mouse offered.
The mouse can be found on AmazonUK for around £40 & AmazonUSA for $32
Before getting into the written review, here’s my video review:
First and foremost, I would like to thank Denon for sending me out the AH-NCW500’s for review. I was quite intrigued with the new range of headphones that Denon were offering, especially after the old range of headphones became phased out (D2/5/7000).
The wireless headphones range, thus was something that I was intrigued in, as it would be a little different from the “normal” range of headphones, both in portability and features.
I bought this keyboard with the intention of using it in lectures at University, with my Samsung Galaxy S III.
I wanted something small, portable, and more so compatible.
The mouse was an added extra with the Logitech, over something like the HP TouchPad – Which I found might come in useful, especially seeing as I might want to edit some previous text I had entered, and more so for a small price difference.
I bought the Logitech K400 from Amazon UK for £28.80 & AmazonUSA for $25.
Here is my Unboxing Video:
Here are the pictures:
Click on them, to open them and see them in a larger size, enjoy!
-Works great on the Samsung Galaxy S III
-Keyboard keys are soft on touch
-Mouse tracking is good
-Very low profile keyboard
-Good connectivity (range)
A full review, will come after I start using it in lectures and testing its capabilities with my S3.
Hope you enjoyed the unboxing, pictures & the initial impressions!