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Logitech G430
3.5
(39)
£74.95
a year ago*
Quite okay headset. Got mine for free when I bought a G920 (steering wheel and pedals) from the block. At first I did not even want to receive them but now with the fact in hand I am pleasantly surprised. Plus: Cheap (even if you pay for them) Surprisingly good mic (better than HyperX Cloud 2 where it sounds like you're talking in a pringles tube). Quite okay sound for the money. However, you have to adjust and play yourself with EQ to make it possible to play music in them, non-existent bass otherwise. Minus: Sits ill on the head. Just like the G930, the jumper is too narrow and it is not flat either. If you compare with ex. Steelseries Siberia or other kids who have a "leather" jumper are like a round plastic bar with a little lining underneath. If you lean forward or back too much, it will slowly slip off your head. The base is almost non-existent, you can try to screw it up yourself. However, if you play audio from a source that is not FLAC such as YouTube, games or movies then the bass breaks and it becomes just a strange noise.
*Edited a year
Razer BlackWidow Chroma (Nordic)
3.5
(28)
4 years ago*
Edit: Now, suddenly missing keys has stopped working on this plastic fucking fucking keyboard with Chinese switches. "P" and "O" have started to play their own lives and half of the times are not recorded when I click on them. No, was terribly satisfied with the keyboard at first but a keyboard in this price range should not break down after 3 years of use. Have had a keyboard for 99 SEK from ICA MAXI that has lasted longer than this did. Then I am also a very pedant who always takes care of my stuff. In addition, both my brother and classmate have had problems with the LED lighting. On the nephew, the blue lights do not work so he has no RGB but only RG lighting. On the buddy, the NUM path does not light. Will NEVER be more Razer for me. Too bad when I think their products are sickly looking. Old review: High quality keyboard with many functions at a good price. Razer's mechanical switches are filthy, both writing and playing. Razer synapse is easy to understand and it is easy to create new profiles and change the color of the lights. The only downside is that you have to create an account to access it.
*Edited 2 years
Red Dead Redemption 2 (PS4)
4.4
(60)
£17.98
2 years ago
The best game I've ever played. Keeping me engaged for over 50h and when the captions rolled and the game was over, it felt like I lost some of my life. This game is probably the best I played, tops even Ocarina of Time and The Last of Us. It's probably just the Witcher 3 that could measure up to this. The only thing that can be complained about is performance losses and somewhat dull animations. Summary: Plus: + Wonderful graphics + Incredibly well written story + Great open world full of life + Lots of side assignments + A lot like money, well spent money + Realism (hair growth, clay, dirt, cleaning your weapons, etc.) + Lots of fun activities, mini-games, fishing, hunting etc. Minus: - For good graphics for the console's best. On a regular PS4 500GB from 2013, the game gets noticeable framedrops and it often works in cities like Valentine. - You get tired of all the dull animations like picking up ammunition from boxes or looking for bodies. Gets a little "keep in square" "keep triangle".
Gigabyte GA-Z97X-Gaming 3
4.3
(12)
£96.61
2 years ago
Best motherboard I own! Had everything you needed and was easy to overclock. The price I paid was 1249 kr. After more than 3 years it is still amazing.
Asus Z97M-Plus
3.8
(3)
£153.54
2 years ago
Wonderful motherboard! Easily worth the 1 714 266: the crowns from ComputerSalg
Razer DeathAdder Chroma
3.8
(46)
£69.98
4 years ago*
Urskön mice that fit perfectly in your hand. The rubber on the sides is unlike my SS Rival, of high quality and will probably not be broken after a few weeks of use. The lights actually shine in the colors you have chosen, as opposed to my Rival who has some kind of "film" over them. The matte surface is nice and you do not get so sweaty in your hand when in use. The cable is in fabric and does not fold and the weight of the mouse itself is perfect. The only downside I can get is the lack of buttons, but it does it in FPS games and in a way it's nice unless buttons are accidentally pressed. Bought for $ 499 at Clas Ohlson and for that price, you can not get better computer mouse with RGB lighting. Edit: 1 year and three months later, scroll-click has ceased to work. Closed suddenly without warning and the only way to fix it is to screw it up and thus break the warranty. No, uh, what disappointment I will be given how good it was. Brother also has the death adultery and had the same problem (after 2 years). I knew that Razer's products were not top notch, but considering how careful I used it, it should at least last 3 years of use. Edit 2: Now the scroll-click has started to work again after it was broken for 4 months ... I give back a star in grades but who knows when it pajar again?
*Edited 2 years
Samsung Galaxy S8 SM-G950F 64GB
3.7
(120)
£225.70
2 years ago
Do not really know how to start ... I've always liked android and Samsung, I've seen as the better option for iPhones because of better specifications and lower prices. However, this mobile phone I do not know what to enjoy. I'm from a Sony Xperia Z3 compact and I'm all but happy with my new S8. Ever since I bought it (April 2018) it has been incredibly bleak. Everything, like a little bit, extra clear, it has been when I write on the keyboard, it often draws a lot of time. I have tried to reinstall it twice and have gone into developer options and turned off most animations to try to make it feel like rappers. I've also shut down Bixby when it poped up and bumped me into hell. Now (October 2018), the battery has begun to live its own life. Sometimes it happens that the phone will die when I have 15% left and yesterday it dropped from 32% to 8% just by letting it down in my pocket and picking it up again 2 minutes later. Have studied the battery curve in settings and seen it play around as little as it wants. In addition, the battery is barely a school day without I have to turn on battery-save mode and reduce the resolution to type 720p. + Nice design + Fine screen + There is an AUX jack + Good internet connection + Quickly restart - Battery, WTF ??? - Laws for no reason "Bixby is crazy and should be scrapped from day one Can not recommend for my life to buy this mobile. I bought it from tele2 with student discount for only 4000 SEK and feel blown. Can not understand my life how this shooting hell might have cost 8000 on launch.
Texas Instruments TI-84 Plus
4.3
(15)
£85.20
3 years ago*
Very good graph calculator, do her job and never let me down. Certainly worth the higher price, compared to the cheaper models.
*Edited 3 years
NOCCO BCAA 330ml 24-pack
2.3
(17)
3 years ago*
Have tried two flavors, both were equally vicious. Takes a bit like fun light juice with a strong taste of something chemical. Worse is that the glass becomes completely "foggy" when you have drowned it, you can only wonder what the fan is in these mischievous drinks. After hearing from people that these would taste good, it was a real disappointment. No, stick to Coca Cola / Pepsi or any optional soda and get in the vitamins and protein otherwise, these are odrickable.
*Edited 3 years
TP-Link TL-PB10400
4.2
(33)
£26.56
3 years ago*
Very good power bank for the money! Had it on my day in Gothenburg, I could upload a Z3 Compact and a Galaxy S6 twice and there was still power in it. + Cheap (200kr) + Large capacity + Simple / flexible to carry + Stylish + Charges the phone as fast as a wall outlet. +/- Good with two sockets, however, only one is on 2A - heavy - takes time to load (over 7h, so do it overnight) As a whole: Cheap and good power bank that does its job.
*Edited 3 years
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