Summary: This is my favorite keyboard, so much that this is the second SteelSeries 6Gv2 I've purchased! Unfortunately I spilled soda on the first keyboard which lead to some of the keys sticking creating an annoying issue. The 6Gv2 feels great to use and I just love hearing the keys click as I type away. If this is your first mechanical keyboard you may think that it is very noisy, my roommates mildly complained at first but I've come to enjoy the sound now.
Summary: This keyboard is solid! You can tell by the weight of this keyboard that it is a well-made, high quality product. The keystrokes are very light with the MX Cherry Red switches. This keyboard is a standard layout with no extra buttons. If you like a plethora of extra keys, then this is not the keyboard for you. I happen to like the simplistic layout; it has all the vital keys, and no unnecessary ones. And yes, I play games perfectly fine without a hundred extra keys.
Summary: I was first told about his keyboard by a cousin of mine who lives and breathes PC's and Programming. I was playing online with him and noticed a certain clicky noise in the backround and asked him what it was. He responded with "It's my keyboard" and then proceeded to tell me everything about it. I was sold by his spiel, and decided I was gonna get it. And so far this keyboard has surpassed all of my expectations.
Summary: I've never had a keyboard of this quality before. It's very thrilling to type on this keyboard. I've had it for about a month now and can't be more happier. I gamed for about 7-8 years on PCs and this keyboard is a step above the rest. The only thing I don't like about it is the SealSeries button is where your left windows button would be. With time I'm sure I'll get used to it. There is still a windows button on the right.
Summary: I had just been using the bare surface of a table for my mouse. I bought this pad on the recommendation of gamer friends and immediately realized I had been doing it wrong! The pad is large and covers the surface of my table. The surface is such that the mouse glides smoothly over the surface but gives me great control and, I believe, better accuracy. I highly recommend this mouse pad!
Summary: I've been using SteelSeries mouse pads for years going back to the S&S Solo that is no longer made. This 9HD model is definitely an upgrade from earlier models. I'm not a fan of the million SS logos on the surface but they are relatively subtle. I like SS mouse pads because they will last years unlike cloth versions. They don't curl up on you and don't move around even on slippery desk surfaces.