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hardware [2020/02/09 22:43]
c0rn3j [Peripherals and Other]
hardware [2020/02/25 11:39] (current)
c0rn3j [Peripherals and Other]
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 * ACER XB270HAbprz - 144Hz, 1080p, 27", TN - Secondary screen * ACER XB270HAbprz - 144Hz, 1080p, 27", TN - Secondary screen
 * Genius SW-J2.1 1200 - 2.1 speakers. They sound alright. * Genius SW-J2.1 1200 - 2.1 speakers. They sound alright.
-* Cooler Master MK750 Cherry MX Blue (Nordisk) - Fancy mechanical keyboard+* Cooler Master MK750 Cherry MX Blue (Nordisk) - Fancy mechanical keyboard ​[Software/​Firmware](https://​www.coolermaster.com/​catalog/​peripheral/​keyboards/​masterkeys-mk750/#​Downloads)
 * A4TECH XL-750BK - Laser mouse with 1000Hz polling rate and 3600 DPI, good enough for my needs, keeping it until it dies, then it's P93s only. * A4TECH XL-750BK - Laser mouse with 1000Hz polling rate and 3600 DPI, good enough for my needs, keeping it until it dies, then it's P93s only.
 * 2x A4TECH Bloody P93, 1x J95 - Laser mice with 1000Hz polling rate and 3000(up to 5K) DPI, good enough for my needs. Also has extensive macro support and RGB lights. * 2x A4TECH Bloody P93, 1x J95 - Laser mice with 1000Hz polling rate and 3000(up to 5K) DPI, good enough for my needs. Also has extensive macro support and RGB lights.
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