This item was sent to me by Corsair as a replacement for my Corsair H2100 headset. They are new and unopened in the box. Amazon link: https://www.amazon.com/Corsair-Gaming-VOID-Wireless-Headset/dp/B013GMX9HE/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1484211306&sr=8-1&keywords=corsair+void
Warranty: Warranty replacement item Reason for sale: No longer needed Payment: PayPal Shipping: USPS International shipping: No Handling time: Within 2-3 business days of payment.
Hi guys, New here and i need your help I have an MSI GE60 laptop and im a big fan of it, my issue is that the Wireless card an Intel Centrino 135 is Pitiful to say the least for my needs (i work with 5ghz alot) so i need to upgrade the card my friend recommended an Intel Centrino 2605 it seem good and offers great speed. but i soon as i swap the card and install the drivers im hit by some sort of software lock which don't let me use it (apparently Intel don;t like you swapping out the cards" so my question is there a way i can get this working because i would hate to lose this laptop due to a small issue like this a program i can run, some code i could run anything would be a great help!
I seem to get the issue saying that [h=1]Wireless Hardware is not bound to transport driver
(can anyone elaborate)? [/h]
I have been looking for a wireless backlit keyboard. The Logitech K800, K810, K830 surely are excellent options; however, I am not comfortable spending eighty plus dollars on a keyboard.
Less than a handful of alternatives were found on Amazon, such as Azio, Ivation, Perixx, SHARKK (alphabetical order), in the proximity of thirty-five bucks. Among them, Periboard 808 is the newest model, so I decided to give it a try.
- Huge battery capacity, 1900mAh. I have been using it at full brightness for 2 weeks without recharging (3hr on weekday, 8hr on weekend).
- Thin and lightweight
- Signal range > 12 meter, within line-of-sight. So far no experience on connection or character lost, on android or PC.
- Plastic build. ( Check out SHARKK if you want metallic build)
- Light leakage at the edges of keys, a lot.
By William Shadowruby
I purchased a Killer Wireless-N to replaced the Intel 2230 that my Y500 came with.
So I ran some quick tests, on the 5-ghz and 2.4-ghz bands using speed test and my NAS.
Ping 25 ms
Download 26.16 mbps
Upload 5.37 mbps
Download 12 mbps
Upload 6 mbps
Ping 25 ms
Download 15.97 mbps
Upload 5.22 mbps
Download 3 mbps
Upload 1 mbps
Ping 15 ms
Download 27.35 mbps
Upload 5.41 mbps
Download 9.1 mbps
Upload 15.2 mbps
All in all the Killer so far seems like a very good card, adding only 10 ms of ping when compared to Ethernet. I will probably update this post as I collect real world observations.