Joined on 02/06/08
Pros: - customizable lights - very comfortable - receiver stored in headset - good amount of G-keys - easy to find and use power switch
Cons: - microphone hard to find - white light setting has blue tint - volume wheel makes large changes in volume
Overall Review: I upgraded from the G930 to the G933, so take my cons with a grain of salt. Compared to the G930, the microphone is not easy to find and flip down to use. I find myself searching for it when trying to activate it while with the G930 it was easy to find. I may just need a little bit more time for my hand to get the muscle memory down. The volume wheel, again compared to the G930, leaves a little bit to be desired. Every "click" of the wheel makes a volume adjustment of 2 in either direction, but it seems like there is a pattern of 1 solid click followed by 2 softer clicks which makes it hard to make smaller adjustments. The G930's wheel made changes of 1 and in general it just seemed easier to adjust the volume. The LED's of the G933 are great, and my only complaint is for the white color (which is what I have all my peripherals set to right now) has a noticeable blue tint when compared to the other devices I use. Finally, I will say that the power switch on the G933 is much better than the G930. The G933 has simple toggle switch while the G930 had a push and hold button which sometimes wouldn't work right for me. All in all I am very happy with the headset. If you already own the G930 and you don't want the lights or the extra G-keys, I would say don't upgrade.