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Tuesday , 24 November 2020

Cooler Master Storm Octane LED Gaming Combo Review (SGB-3020-KKMF1)

The Cooler Master Storm Octane is a modified version of their Devastator Gaming Gear Combo with seven LED backlight colors and features a breathing effect we’ve seen in similar products costing much more. This kit includes a 19-key Anti-Ghosting keyboard and a mouse that can simultaneously switch between colors with one button push. Cooler Master Gaming Gear represents one of the best values in gaming peripherals, and traditionally keeps the cost of their equipment down, drawing a large crowd of budget conscious gamers. Spotted on NewEgg for $59.99 (with a $10 Rebate card if you hurry), the value represented by the Octane Combo is unparalleled.

Cooler Master Storm Octane LED Combo

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“Cooler Master was founded to provide the best thermal solutions to our customers worldwide. Since its establishment over two decades ago, we continue to invest in product development in order to provide the leading-edge innovations to people and businesses. Cooler Master’s enclosure technology line-up includes heat sinks and fans, chassis, power supplies, function panels and accessories.”

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Well packaged, the Cooler Master CMStorm Octane Gaming Combo comes with the MB70 keyboard and matching MS 35 mouse, and while it looks like a sparse bundle, remember the paltry price of $59.99.  You will be hard pressed to beat the price for a couple of 10 million click cycle peripherals from any company other than Cooler Master.

Specifications

Model number SGB-3020-KKMF1
MS35:
Interface USB 2.0
DPI 500-3500 (4 levels)
LED backlight 7 colors to choose from
Dimension 129 ( L ) x 73 ( W ) x 38 ( H ) mm5.1 x 2.9 x  1.5 inch
Weight 116g / 0.26 lbs
MB7C:
Interface  USB 2.0
LED backlight 7 colors to choose from
Shortcut keys Yes, media & volume adjustments; backlight on/ off switch
Lighting mode  Full backlit, and pulsating mode(speed can be adjusted by FN key combo)
Dimension 471 ( L ) x 196 ( W ) x 41.6 ( H ) mm18.5 x  7.7 x 1.64 inch
Weight 920 g / 2.03 lbs

Features

Mouse (MS35)

  • 10 Miliion – Click Life Cycle
  • Illumination With On-The-Fly Color Cycling
  • Seven (7) LED Backlighting Colors To Choose From
  • Four (4) Preset DPI Levels (500-3500)
  • Avago 3050 Optical Sensor
Keyboard (MB7C)

  • 19 – Key Anti Ghosting
  • Six (6) Dedicated Multimedia Keys
  • Seven (7) Backlighting Colors With Quick Cycling And Adjustable Pulsating Speed
  • Turbo Mode – Quickly Adjust Repeat Rate

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