Joined on 08/19/15
The keyboard is fantastic, separate poor review for Corn Electronics
Pros: Very Small Software is very well made Comes with a USB Type C cable for charging, a keycap puller, and some extra accent keycaps Nice weight to it for being so small
Cons: The lighting isn't as bright as other keyboards like this (the ducky one 2 mini for example) Maybe it's just the keycaps the keyboard comes with (which I will be replacing anyway) or maybe the way the Kailh box switches obscure the LED a bit but the lighting is a bit uneven and splotchy coming through the keycaps. No feet on the bottom of the keyboard to adjust the angle but it's angle is very comfortable as someone who almost always flips up feet on keyboards
Overall Review: I would definitely recommend this keyboard if you find a seller in the US, ordering from Corn Electronics was sort of a sketchy experience which will be in my review of the seller.
Great Gaming Monitor
Pros: Curved display joystick menu navigation instead of buttons Decent colors Lots of customization in the OSD
Cons: No height adjustment It seems very disingenuous to call it a "Frameless Design", while the bezel and frame are fairly thin, it's still there and much thicker than other "frameless" monitors
Overall Review: I would recommend this monitor to someone looking for a smaller but very capable gaming monitor
Sweet Little PC Case
Pros: Small Cool RGB on the case (if you care about that)
Cons: The radiator rail is a great idea but it was very hard to slide in and out Its a small silly thing but I wish the PSU was fully hidden, there is a massive shroud for most of the bottom of the case but it just stops right before the PSU
Overall Review: I would recommend this case to people who want to downsize but not have to buy too many new parts, I chose this case specifically because I could still use my STRIX 1080, full sized PSU and 140 mm noctua fans from my previous build. The radiator rail is cool but a piece of metal was bent on the inside keeping it from going in and out easily so I had to bend it with some pliers.