GX Gaming KMH 100 Overview
The first product in the kit that we are going to take a look at is the Imperator keyboard. This is a full-sized gaming keyboard with complete number pad. The keyboard is all black and does have a built-in wrist rest. While this is a gaming keyboard is does not feature mechanical keys, the keys do feature a 10-million-cycle key switch life.
There are a set of six programmable macro keys on the left side of the keyboard. Three different profiles can be stored in the onboard memory so that gives you a total of 18 programmable macro keys. At the top of the keyboard you will find the macro switch keys that are labeled “M1-M3”. Also at the top of the keyboard is a set of multimedia keys.
The keyboard can be set an angle by popping out the rubber feet on the bottom. The keyboard does have a 1000Hz report rate 1ms response time. There is a long braided cable that has a gold-plated USB connection on the end.
The Maurus mouse is a 5-button FPS style gaming mouse. It has an all black design with a GX Gaming logo which will actually light up when the mouse is plugged in. There are two main buttons on the top of the mouse as well as a scroll wheel. The mouse uses OMROM switches which have a life expectancy of 8-million clicks. The mouse is more of a larger claw-style mouse.
On each side of the mouse is a button. The sides of the mouse have a nice rubber feel to them. While GX Gamings says the Maurus uses metal weights inside it does feel a little light. There is also no way to adjust the weight.
On the bottom of the mouse are 3 large teflon feet that will help the mouse glide along your mousepad. The mouses uses a SCGi engine for a dpi range from 450 to 3500. There is a long 1.8mm braided cable which uses a gold-plated USB connector.
Finally we have the Lychas gaming headset. It is a foldable gaming headset that has swivel earcups. On each earcup you have the GX Gaming logos and a volume adjustment knob. These volume adjustment knobs control the volume for each ear, which is pretty interesting. On the left earcup is a retractable microphone.
The headband has a soft rubber section in the center for added comfort. You are able to adjust the headband to your liking and by doing so you can see the quality metal construction.
The earcups look to be pretty comfortable. Inside you are going to find 50mm neodymium drivers. There is an in-line volume control and microphone on/off switch. This is a normal headset so you have gold-plated headphone and microphone connections.
Feb 26, 2015 0