Vi tar en snabbtitt på gamingtillbehör från Deltaco Gaming!

Vi tar en snabbtitt på gamingtillbehör från Deltaco Gaming!


Hi, and welcome to Inet.
I’m Johan. Today we’re going to look
at budget gaming accessories. These are from Deltaco Gaming- -and they’ve put a lot of work
into providing something affordable- -just below the competitors’ price range. Today we’ve got their mechanic RGB keyboard- -their RGB mouse and their LED headset. We’re going to go through these products
to see what this price gives you. If we start with the keyboard,
which is a mechanical RBG keyboard- -it’s full sized, but
slightly slimmer in height. We’ve got two positions:
with the legs up or with the legs down. The entire thing is plastic, brushed plastic,
with a bit more coarse finish. But I’m guessing that it has metal inside,
because it’s incredibly sturdy. Not even someone as strong as me
can break it with my bare arms- -and that’s saying a lot. The most interesting thing
about this keyboard is the price- -and the fact that it still has both mechanical
switches and RGB at this price range. The keyboard is marketed
as a gaming keyboard- -so there’s full anti-ghosting
and N-key Rollover. The switches are Outemu’s Red
with an actuation force of 47 grams. They have a click life span of 50 million
and are reminiscent of the MX Red. After having used these for a while
I have to say that they feel a lot alike. The downstroke is direct and very stable. I’d like to point out that they
give off a little spring sound: Worth noting if you’re very sound sensitive. If we look at the switches
they are individually lit with the RGB. There’s one LED for each. We can
control it using either their software- -or ready-made color profiles
on the keyboard. The switches are Double Shot ABS,
meaning that it’s a simple plastic version- -that has two layers,
and one of them is white- -in order for the light
to get through easier. We’ve also got a braided USB 2.0 cable
which is about 2 meter long. If we move on to the gaming mouse,
which is also in the RGB series- -it’s a classic gaming mouse. It has a simple optical switch,
Avago’s ADNS-3050, with 4000 DPI. When it comes to the specs,
this one can’t compare- -to the expensive ones
out on the market of course- -but it’s still a fully capable gaming mouse. And best of all: it’s got the classic
red light under the optical sensor. The right and left clicks
use Huano switches- -with a click life span of 10 million. We’ve got five additional buttons. One in the scroll wheel, two for the thumb
and the DP buttons up here. The mouse is for right-handed people- -and it has these ledges where you
can rest your thumb and ringfinger. Thumb goes here, and ringfinger goes here. But you can swap these.
Two completely smooth versions are included. Using these sides we get a slimmer profile- -and one that might work better
for those of you who do the claw grip. The mouse has RGB, of course. We’ve got RGB along the edges,
in the scroll wheel and in the logo. You can easily change it up with a click. If you hold one of the thumb buttons
and press the scroll wheel- -it will shift between different settings: Just find one that works for you. Last but not least, it weighs 143 grams
and has a braided USB 2.0 cable. And now the headset
that’s not part of the RGB series- -but the LED series, with simple colors. We’ll probably get a headset
for the RGB series, but we’ll see. Right now this is their top of the line. It’s a closed headset in black. As you can see it has LED
in the logo and on this. The LED is only on
when you’re using the USB- -but it also has 3.5, green and pink… Or sound and mic. So if you don’t like this thing,
it’s easy to take care of. To show you
what it looks like without LED- -we can disconnect it
for the rest of the rundown. And now the headset: It’s an over ear headset with big ear cups. They fit quite well. Nice and soft,
and there’s plenty of room for the ears. Plenty of padding
that’s covered in fake leather. The ear cups have a nice finish. They’re smooth with a rubber-like surface
that gives it a matte black finish. The cups are connected
to each other through a metal wire. It feels sturdy,
and as you can see it’s flexible. There’s padding by the wire as well,
for the ergonomics- -and it’s also covered in fake leather. All in all it feels like a well-built headset. It has a 57 mm driver in here- -and it sounds just as you
would expect in this price range. The same goes for the mic. But thanks to a big driver
the sound still packs quite a punch- -while it’s also pretty clear. Although you don’t get the wide span
that more expensive models provide. This was Deltaco’s upper segment
of gaming accessories. We’ve got the two RGB models:
the mouse and the keyboard. And then there’s the LED headset. The exciting thing about these products
is partly that they’re affordable- -but also that the warranty is five years. Pretty sassy of Deltaco to offer that: Not many on the market
offer more than three years- -on anything that has to do
with gaming accessories. In conclusion, these seem
like well-built products- -in which they’ve found a balance
between price and performance. You get the gaming features that you want- -and it’s a first step into the RGB craze
that’s happening at the moment- -at an affordable price. They also sell the mouse
and keyboard as a package deal- -but I’d say that they’ve been
a bit too aggressive with the price. If you don’t want to spend
too much on gaming products- -or if you want things
for a spare computer or something- -then this is a very affordable option
that you really should take a closer look at. I’m Johan at Inet:
time for Deltaco friday. I’ll see you in the next video. Bye! undertextning.nu

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