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Cooler Master CM Storm Devastator Gaming Bundle Wired Gaming Keyboard w/Optical Mouse

( 4.3 Average / 102 Ratings )

Specifications

Manufacturer

Cooler Master

Model

CM Storm Devastator Gaming Bundle

Part #

SGB-3010-KKMF1-US
(or) SGB-3010-KKMF1-UK
(or) SGB-3010-KKMF1-UI

Design Style

Gaming

Color

Black

Type

Wired

Backlit

Yes

Mechanical

No

Includes Mouse

Yes

Mouse Hand Orientation

Right

Mouse Color

Black/Blue

Mouse Tracking Method

Optical

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Price History (Excluding Tax & Combo Deals) History:

Reviews

from completed build Inspiron

I absolutely love the keyboard from this combo. Although its not mechanical, it provides the best possible performance/comfort without carrying the "mechanical price tag." Despite that, the mouse has been pretty mediocre. It tracks well, but after trying two different ones they consistently have a squeaking noise when the mouse wheel is scrolled upwards.

Just wanted a cheap basic back light keyboard. Only taking star off cause you need to have this backlit all the time otherwise you can't see the keys at all. Also wish there was a physical switch that turns on/off the light rather than pressing a key on the keyboard (you have to press the key everytime machine reboots). Other than that it is a really nice keyboard. The mouse itself is also good. There is no software so there is no way to control the led on the mouse.

Cheap but it works

Amazing keyboard! Mouse broke within 1 week because the scroll wheel kept freaking out and the left click was getting sticky.

from completed build Tali Nova (First Build)

Pro: Very affordable and has more buttons on both the mouse and keyboard then a standard would.

Con: Without the LED back-light on you cant see the key markings. Also the mouse started to hurt my hand after extended use.

Cheap. Works. Paid $17.99 assuming my rebate shows up. The blue back-lit LEDs hurt my wife's eyes. Took me a bit to get used to it. Wish it was white back-lit.

from completed build Silencio (mATX)

Great bundle for $30. The keyboard feels solid and looks good. The mouse is also nice but a little too large and clunky for my liking. I also wish I could sometimes turn off the mouse LED.

from completed build First Build (aka Broseph Stalin)

Was using a wireless mouse and keyboard during setup and they kept cutting out and were laggy. Found a cheap backlit wired keyboard mouse combo. Keys actually feel very nice on the keyboard. Not mechanical, but just feel nice.

Can't turn on LED's for the keyboard on Ubuntu and the mouse wheel started squeaking after around 3 1/2 weeks. You really get what you paid for.

Love them. LED lights are beautiful. keys are solid and feels nice to press. Mouse wheel squeaks.