Awesome. I like the keyboard, mouse and mouse pad. Too bad they aren't wireless though.
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While the lighting effects are cool. I don't know any gamers or non-tron fans who would plop down $100 for this when they can get a Logitech or even lower priced Razer mouse that does mostly the same thing as the Tron mouse? If it had some unique features then I might be all for it.
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I'll plop down 30 for the mouse pad... :D. It looks awesome! But as for keyboard and mouse, i rather not :D.
My thoughts exactly chainzsaw. I don't think they make any wireless products... sure would be nice tho...
always love there keyboards and headsets. won one of their razer lycosa mirror keyboard and head set last summer in a mountain dew contest and they are still working great. But prefer the g9 logitech mouse over theres
I wonder how much these wil be six months after the movie looses hype. I an sure the Avatar keyboard is still 200?
I do love the keyboard, I just wish it were half that price! The Mousepad is cool as well...but $30?!
I do want that for my next keyboard...but I will have to wait until the MCP gets defeated so the price gets cut in half :P
What a terrible mouse, looks flat to me. Interesting keyboard, I really wish i saved some more cash and got the lycosa instead of the arctosa. I really like the blue lights.
The keys on that keyboard seems a bit odd...reminds me of a mac keyboard.
- I like the keyboard.
- The mouse could have been raised and curved a little bit more to make it more reminiscent of the light cycles.
- The mousepad's missing concentric circles that would give it more a Disc of Tron look.
I don't hate them, but they could have done better. I'd consider the keyboard, if I didn't think it was 2x overpriced.
What part of "Ph'nglui mglw'nafh Cthulhu R'lyeh wgah'nagl fhtagn" don't you understand?
Not really; the lighting effects would drain battery life like heck.
@3vi1 Agreed about the mouse, how could they have missed that opportunity? This mouse doesn't look comfortable at all.
Yea, razor does charge way too much for their products.
Nice eye candy, bad price.
Cool trinkets none the less.
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Y'all speak to my condition. I think the only part of the package I'd buy is the mouse pad-- despite my well-known dislike of expensive "extreme gaming surfaces," a luminous trail would be nifty.
I do have to wonder how long the appeal of these would last? Sure, you see the new version, you rent the old version, you play the new videogame, you download the (emulated) old videogame onto your iPhone, and in this haze of Tronomania, you buy a keyboard that lights up.
Three months later, it's doing the same flashy stuff and your roommate wakes up every time it indicates you have an IM, so he throws it out the dorm window.
And, of course, there are better and cheaper mice; I can see why the keyboard is wired (wirelss keyboards confuse me-- what, you're sitting back in your Barcalounger working on the quarterly audit on your plasma TV?), but since using a wireless mouse I'll not go back to a tethered one. The Logitech MX Revolution I use is superb and I think it'll serve me for ages to come.
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lol.... my wireless keyboard stays put for the most part... but Occasionally I will sit back in my chair and place the keyboard on my lap. it's very convenient.
Also I would like a nice keyboard with a good range for the living room.
fat78:But prefer the g9 logitech mouse over theres
You like that mouse? How do you manage to use it with the way you have to unnecessarily do stuff just so you can get a different feel.
Anyways, the keyboard and the surface is the only thing I remotely like, the mouse; not so much. They could of done better with the mouse though; and I don't think that a wireless mouse would compare equally to a wired gaming mouse due to potential issues like the signal and battery life.
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