Genius Now Selling 3-in-1 PC Gaming Combo Pack

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BruceOTB

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Genius products is of questionable quality. I've lost trust in Genius more than a decade ago. I don't know if they've stepped up their game today though.
 

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[citation][nom]BruceOTB[/nom]Genius products is of questionable quality.[/citation]Had "Genius" products fail on me after 3 months. Most of their products fails before reaching 1 year. It's being more than a decade since I've got something from them.

I prefer to pay some 'premium' cost to buy Logitech hardware that will last over 7 years (I've a keyboard/mouse combo with more than 8 years already, another with 6ys and another with 5 years). 3 Combos in my life and all working as if it were the 1st day.
 

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I retired my Logitech MX510 gaming mouse after 8 years only because the feet had fallen off and I couldn't find replacements anywhere. When it comes to peripherals, I'll pay for the name and quality I know and trust.
 

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[citation][nom]dscudella[/nom]I retired my Logitech MX510 gaming mouse after 8 years only because the feet had fallen off and I couldn't find replacements anywhere. When it comes to peripherals, I'll pay for the name and quality I know and trust.[/citation]
Hahah! Same here. I retired my MX510 after 10 years! And I replaced it with its spiritual successor -- the MX518.
 

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Sorry Genius, but non-mechanical keyboard (Cherry MX Black/Red) is not an RTS gaming keyboard.


My MX-510's right click broke like 6 years ago from playing Warcraft III too much. I replaced it with G3 and now I'm pretty pissed that Logitech doesn't have any mouse similar to it for when this one dies on me.
 

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There's a lot of quality gear on sale right now, the Logitech g9x mouse that Tom's did a review on a couple weeks back is marked down from $99 to $39 on amazon, and I've seen the 2012 version of the Razer mechanical new on sale for $50-60 open box. This combo isn't that great of a deal.

According to: http://benchmarkreviews.com/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=947&Itemid=65

keyboard is made of crap and plastic, no n-key rollover/ghosting, smaller key layout and non functioning extra buttons on the keyboard. What qualifies it as a "gaming" keyboard exactly?

This is a classic case of: on sale for a reason.
 
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