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    Razer Turret

    Is this the keyboard and mouse living room gamers have been waiting for?
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    Re: Razer Turret

    So:
    £150 - wireless tray, chiclet keyboard and mouse with Razer Turret
    £110 - Tray with usb, nothing else with Corsair Lapdog
    £160 - mechnical keyboard + wireless tray with Roccat Sova

    Any other options?

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    Re: Razer Turret

    £5 slab of wood you already have and a £1 bean cushion from pound land stuck to the bottom.

    Then use existing kb/mouse

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    Re: Razer Turret

    Sorry Razer, please try again.

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    Re: Razer Turret

    Having recently gone through the 'comfy couch' pain barrier I did look at this.

    Ultimately, I found some sanity and have settled on a laptop stand from Ikea @ £20 and can sit in front of my TV at a reasonable distance that your FOV isn't affected for some games and use my existing peripherals.

    I think in only extremely small apartments that the above isn't the best solution, even more so if you've got a 10-keyless KB.
    Kalniel: "Nice review Tarinder - would it be possible to get a picture of the case when the components are installed (with the side off obviously)?"
    CAT-THE-FIFTH: "The Antec 300 is a case which has an understated and clean appearance which many people like. Not everyone is into e-peen looking computers which look like a cross between the imagination of a hyperactive 10 year old and a Frog."
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    for all intents it seems to be the same card minus some gays name on it and a shielded cover ? with OEM added to it - GoNz0.

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    Re: Razer Turret

    For HTPC use I use a wireless keyboard with touchpad (don't like touchpads but the work for basic use), and a 360 controller for gaming. For TV there's the MS remote which I've programmed into my amp's learning-remote for ease. This works beautifully, and allows comfy game streaming via Steam-in-home-streaming (just playing the new Sherlock Holmes this way and it feels lovely). The total bill came to well under 100ukp (25ukp keyboard/touchpad, 30ukp gamepad, 25ukp remote). Keyboard has the advantage of fitting (size-wise) into one of the Ikea cubby holes in the coffee table.

    Granted, this doesn't solve FPS keyboard/mouse issues, but an ordinary wireless mouse with a 5ukp "lap tray" (bean-bag base with leather or picture hard surface) should fix that right up. Actually the way the keyboard I use is designed, it'd probably serve as a workable mouse surface if you're only needing WASD and mouse!

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    Re: Razer Turret

    Quote Originally Posted by Plasmastorm View Post
    £5 slab of wood you already have and a £1 bean cushion from pound land stuck to the bottom.

    Then use existing kb/mouse
    I'm riding this particular boat. My monitor died so am using my TV, which is sideways to my desk, so I rotate my chair and plonk a plank (ha) on my lap with my keyboard and mouse. I don't even use a cushion as it'd get too hot, the weight isn't enough to be uncomfortable

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    Re: Razer Turret

    for distance gaming i have a logitech g13 pad, which has a perfectly functionable joystick.
    it`s easy to program multiple macros, is light, has a screen if you want to monitor things ie; email, computer status- whatever, is backlit with 16.8m colours, has a loong bit of wire, and cost me fifty quid.
    also has a built-in wrist-rest.
    sorted.
    Last edited by Strawb77; 22-06-2016 at 11:07 PM. Reason: incompertence

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    Re: Razer Turret

    It say Razer... that is enough for me to steer around it... too much brand but way to low quality.

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    Re: Razer Turret

    Where is it on sale in the UK? (couldn't see it in the article, Hexus usually say where) unless I missed it?

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    Re: Razer Turret

    This has been way, way over engineered..and still doesn't solve the problem - as most of the issue is what you do with the mouse to get a big enough stable esurface area.

    I had my PC in my lounge for a few weeks, and I had a wireless keyboard on a laptop "lap tray" like this

    https://www.amazon.co.uk/Portable-Cu.../dp/B005WR1MLM

    Which cost me £5. I brought down my Func solid-backed mousemat and put it on the arm of the sofa. It was perfect and actually a lot more comfortable than my desk. I might switch back one day but for now prefer to keep my gaming separate from my lounge.

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    Re: Razer Turret

    Takes one look at the size of the mouse pad. Nope.

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